FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT, YOUR GUN RIGHTS: Civilly Disobedient Connecticut Residents Break the ‘Law’, Refuse to Complete Gun Registry Forms

Tens of thousands of Connecticut gun owners are reportedly refusing to register their guns.

Connecticut law bans the sale of assault weapons in the state and expands the definition of what classifies as an assault weapon.

Residents can still own them as long as they were registered with state police by Dec. 31, 2013.

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By the deadline, nearly 48,000 registered, and 2,100 applications were incomplete.

But even conservative estimates of the number of guns in Connecticut range from 150,000-350,000.

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