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Old 05-02-2007, 11:57   #1
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CT Residents, Call your Reps

Trying to spread the word.

Copied from AR15:

Out of Judiciary and on to CT Senate.

CALL 860-240-0500 (senate clerk) and ask for your senator

DO NOT EMAIL no time for bull**** emails. They don't read them.

CALL the number and keep the clerks occupied - that the senators WILL notice

again, 860-240-0500

This is the "Lost & Stolen" firearms bill that makes you a FELON if more than one of your guns (second count) is stolen and you don't report it within 72 hours. NO EXCEPTIONS

What this bill does do is EMPOWER CRIMINALS by giving them a SCOTT FREE ALIBI to sell a gun on the street and then report it stolen.

The ONLY people this will affect are law abiding citizens who will suddenly become criminals for not noticing something was stolen, or if a long gun they bought on an SP-3 years ago then subsequently LEGALLY sold to someone else without reporting it, then becomes stolen, the paper trail will stop at the original owner who is then SCREWED.

Get on the stick!

The media and the mayors are billing this as a "common sense measure that even gun owners would support"

When it is in fact, a back door plan to make an example out of an unlucky gun owner and then hope it discourages others from planning to own firearms and maybe scare some of the "non-hackers" out there who own a gun by default to get rid of it.

That is the real intention.
People, read the proposed law, and call your reps now.

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