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    Default So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    I couldn't find one new report that actually had a list of banned weapons in CT. Does anybody know?

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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    Info posted below can be found here......
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0..._hp_ref=denver

    Connecticut's new gun control law, a response to the December massacre in Newtown that the governor signed into law Thursday, is among the strongest in the country. Here is a look at how its measures compare to laws passed this year in Colorado and New York:

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    AMMUNITION MAGAZINES

    Connecticut bans the sale or purchase of ammunition magazines holding more than 10 rounds. The law allows people to keep high-capacity magazines they already own if they're registered with the state by Jan. 1 but limits their use to the home and a shooting range.

    New York restricted ammunition magazines to seven bullets and gave current owners of higher-capacity magazines a year to sell them out of state. Colorado banned ammunition magazines that hold more than 15 rounds.

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    ASSAULT WEAPONS BANS

    Connecticut expanded its assault weapons ban, adding more than 100 firearms and requiring that a weapon have only one of several features in order to be banned.

    New York also expanded its assault weapons ban. Colorado did not pass an assault weapons ban.


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    BACKGROUND CHECKS

    Connecticut requires universal criminal background checks for the sale of all guns, a measure that took effect immediately to close a loophole in private sales of rifles and shotguns. Background checks are also required to buy ammunition and magazines.

    Colorado expanded background checks to private and online gun sales but did not require them to buy ammunition. New York expanded background checks to private gun sales and became the first state to require background checks to buy bullets.

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    DANGEROUS WEAPON OFFENDER REGISTRY

    Connecticut created what officials called the first statewide dangerous weapon offender registry in the nation. Individuals who have been convicted of any of 40 weapons offenses must register with the state for five years after their release.

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    MENTAL ILLNESS

    People involuntarily committed by court order to a hospital for psychiatric disabilities within five years are not eligible for a gun permit, up from one year under previous Connecticut law.

    New York required mental health professionals to tell state authorities if a patient threatens to use a gun illegally.

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    FIREARMS STORAGE

    Connecticut expanded the legal duty to securely store a firearm to cover situations where a resident of the premises poses a risk of personal injury to themselves or others.

    New York requires locked storage of guns if you live with someone prohibited from them because of a crime, commitment to a mental institution or court protection order and made the unsafe storage of assault weapons a misdemeanor.


    This info below was pulled from this link......
    http://www.jud.ct.gov/JI/criminal/gl...aultweapon.htm





    ASSAULT WEAPON

    "Assault weapon" means any one of the following:

    1. Any selective-fire firearm capable of fully automatic, semiautomatic or burst fire at the option of the user or any of the following specified semiautomatic firearms: Algimec Agmi; Armalite AR-180; Australian Automatic Arms SAP Pistol; Auto-Ordnance Thompson type; Avtomat Kalashnikov AK-47 type; Barrett Light-Fifty model 82A1; Beretta AR-70; Bushmaster Auto Rifle and Auto Pistol; Calico models M-900, M-950 and 100-P; Chartered Industries of Singapore SR-88; Colt AR-15 and Sporter; Daewoo K-1, K-2, Max-1 and Max-2; Encom MK-IV, MP-9 and MP-45; Fabrique Nationale FN/FAL, FN/LAR, or FN/FNC; FAMAS MAS 223; Feather AT-9 and Mini-AT; Federal XC-900 and XC-450; Franchi SPAS-12 and LAW-12; Galil AR and ARM; Goncz High-Tech Carbine and High-Tech Long Pistol; Heckler & Koch HK-91, HK-93, HK-94 and SP-89; Holmes MP-83; MAC-10, MAC-11 Carbien type; Intratec TEC-9 and Scorpion; Iver Johnson Enforcer model 3000; Ruger Mini-14/5F folding stock model only; Scarab Skorpion; SIG 57 AMT and 500 Series; Spectre Auto Carbine and Auto Pistol; Springfield Armory BM59, SAR-48 and G-3; Sterling MK-6 and MK-7; Steyr AUG; Street Sweeper and Striker 12 revolving cylinder shotguns; USAS-12; USI Carbine, Mini-Carbine and Pistol; Weaver Arms Nighthawk; Wilkinson "Linda" Pistol.

    2. A part or combination of parts designed or intended to convert a firearm into an assault weapon as defined in subdivision (1) or any combination of parts from which an assault weapon as defined in subdivision (1) may be rapidly assembled if those parts are in the possession or under the control of the same person.

    3. Any semiautomatic firearm not listed in subdivision (1) that meets the following criteria:

    (A) A semiautomatic rifle that has an ability to accept a detachable magazine and has at least two of the following:

    i. a folding or telescopic stock;

    ii. a pistol grip;

    iii. a bayonet mount;

    iv. a flash suppressor or threaded barrel designed to accommodate a flash suppressor; and

    v. a grenade launcher.

    (B) A semiautomatic pistol that has an ability to accept a detachable magazine and has at least two of the following:

    i. an ammunition magazine that attaches to the pistol outside of the pistol grip;

    ii. a threaded barrel capable of accepting a barrel extender, flash suppressor, forward handgrip or silencer;

    iii. a shroud that is attached to, or partially or completely encircles, the barrel and permits the shooter to hold the firearm with the nontrigger hand without being burned;

    iv. a manufactured weight of fifty ounces or more when the pistol is unloaded; and

    v. a semiautomatic version of an automatic firearm.

    (C) A semiautomatic shotgun that has at least two of the following:

    i. a folding or telescoping stock;

    ii. a pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon;

    iii. a fixed magazine capacity in excess of five rounds; and

    iv. an ability to accept a detachable magazine.

    4. A part or combination of parts designed or intended to convert a firearm into an assault weapon, as defined in subdivision (3), or any combination of parts from which an assault weapon, as defined in subdivision (3), may be rapidly assembled if those parts are in the possession or under the control of the same person.

    Source: General Statutes 53-202a (a) (applies to 53-202b -- 202k).

    Commentary: The term "assault weapon" does not include any firearm modified to render it permanently inoperable. General Statutes 53-202a (b).



    Im not sure if the info I found on CT's website is up to date or not, sorry if this is bad info!

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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverPA View Post
    I couldn't find one new report that actually had a list of banned weapons in CT. Does anybody know?
    Specifically added ' assault weapons' by SB 1160 and signed into law today"

    (B) Any of the following specified semiautomatic centerfire rifles, or copies or duplicates thereof with the capability of any such rifles, that were in production prior to or on the effective date of this section: (i) AK-47; (ii) AK-74; (iii) AKM; (iv) AKS-74U; (v) ARM; (vi) MAADI AK47; (vii) MAK90; (viii) MISR; (ix) NHM90 and NHM91; (x) Norinco 56, 56S, 84S and 86S; (xi) Poly Technologies AKS and AK47; (xii) SA 85; (xiii) SA 93; (xiv) VEPR; (xv) WASR-10; (xvi) WUM; (xvii) Rock River Arms LAR-47; (xviii) Vector Arms AK-47; (xix) AR-10; (xx) AR-15; (xxi) Bushmaster Carbon 15, Bushmaster XM15, Bushmaster ACR Rifles, Bushmaster MOE Rifles; (xxii) Colt Match Target Rifles; (xxiii) Armalite M15; (xxiv) Olympic Arms AR-15, A1, CAR, PCR, K3B, K30R, K16, K48, K8 and K9 Rifles; (xxv) DPMS Tactical Rifles; (xxvi) Smith and Wesson M&P15 Rifles; (xxvii) Rock River Arms LAR-15; (xxviii) Doublestar AR Rifles; (xxix) Barrett REC7; (xxx) Beretta Storm; (xxxi) Calico Liberty 50, 50 Tactical, 100, 100 Tactical, I, I Tactical, II and II Tactical Rifles; (xxxii) Hi-Point Carbine Rifles; (xxxiii) HK-PSG-1; (xxxiv) Kel-Tec Sub-2000, SU Rifles, and RFB; (xxxv) Remington Tactical Rifle Model 7615; (xxxvi) SAR-8, SAR-4800 and SR9; (xxxvii) SLG 95; (xxxviii) SLR 95 or 96; (xxxix) TNW M230 and M2HB; (xl) Vector Arms UZI; (xli) Galil and Galil Sporter; (xlii) Daewoo AR 100 and AR 110C; (xliii) Fabrique Nationale/FN 308 Match and L1A1 Sporter; (xliv) HK USC; (xlv) IZHMASH Saiga AK; (xlvi) SIG Sauer 551-A1, 556, 516, 716 and M400 Rifles; (xlvii) Valmet M62S, M71S and M78S; (xlviii) Wilkinson Arms Linda Carbine; and (xlix) Barrett M107A1;

    (C) Any of the following specified semiautomatic pistols, or copies or duplicates thereof with the capability of any such pistols, that were in production prior to or on the effective date of this section: (i) Centurion 39 AK; (ii) Draco AK-47; (iii) HCR AK-47; (iv) IO Inc. Hellpup AK-47; (v) Mini-Draco AK-47; (vi) Yugo Krebs Krink; (vii) American Spirit AR-15; (viii) Bushmaster Carbon 15; (ix) Doublestar Corporation AR; (x) DPMS AR-15; (xi) Olympic Arms AR-15; (xii) Rock River Arms LAR 15; (xiii) Calico Liberty III and III Tactical Pistols; (xiv) Masterpiece Arms MPA Pistols and Velocity Arms VMA Pistols; (xv) Intratec TEC-DC9 and AB-10; (xvi) Colefire Magnum; (xvii) German Sport 522 PK and Chiappa Firearms Mfour-22; (xviii) DSA SA58 PKP FAL; (xix) I.O. Inc. PPS-43C; (xx) Kel-Tec PLR-16 Pistol; (xxi) Sig Sauer P516 and P556 Pistols; and (xxii) Thompson TA5 Pistols;

    (D) Any of the following semiautomatic shotguns, or copies or duplicates thereof with the capability of any such shotguns, that were in production prior to or on the effective date of this section: All IZHMASH Saiga 12 Shotguns;
    http://www.cga.ct.gov/2013/TOB/S/201...160-R00-SB.htm
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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    It appears that you can't even own any of the accessories regardless if they're attached to the firearm or not
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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    CT never was on my short list of states that I'd consider relocating to but there is no chance of me breaking ground there now...

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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    So CT banned Glocks and Beretta 92's?

    v. a semiautomatic version of an automatic firearm.
    G18 and Beretta 93.

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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    New England in general is just miserable for most everything. The mid-Atlantic, other than PA is getting there.

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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    Quote Originally Posted by 39flathead View Post
    So CT banned Glocks and Beretta 92's?



    G18 and Beretta 93.
    That is scary! I understand the G18 to be an automatic version of the G17 so that may be safe. They will find a way to remedy that.

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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    Wow, that's oppressive.
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    Default Re: So what are those 100 banned firearms in CT?

    Quote Originally Posted by Krichardson View Post
    CT never was on my short list of states that I'd consider relocating to but there is no chance of me breaking ground there now...
    I can't see where this is going to cause too many people to want to rush to relocate either.
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