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What have you done to make gun ownership more difficult, today?


In April, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy signed new legislation that adds more than 100 firearms to the state’s so-called “assault weapons” ban (none of the guns on the list are actually assault weapons, since none can be set to fire full-auto.) The law also creates what officials have called the nation’s “first dangerous weapon offender registry” as well as “eligibility rules” for buying any rifle, shotgun or ammunition.

To get a new “long gun eligibility certificate” in Connecticut, an applicant will have to sit through (and pay for) a firearms safety training course, be fingerprinted, and undergo a national criminal background and involuntary commitment /voluntary admission check.

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