Firearms legislation that goes into effect October 1, 2012

Posted by Jonathan at 2 October 2012

Category: CT Legislation, Issues - State of CT

Just an FYI and a heads up.  On October 1st, a few laws and changes take effect.  Some effect average citizens, some will have an impact on FFL’s (like the CT “Bound Book”).

I’m going to list those here with links to the CT legislature where you can do some further research:

AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECORDING OF PISTOL AND REVOLVER SALES IN A BOUND BOOK.

http://www.cga.ct.gov/2012/ACT/PA/2012PA-00191-R00SB-00196-PA.htm

AN ACT PROVIDING FEDERAL PROBATION OFFICERS WITH ACCESS TO FIREARM DATA REGARDING PROBATIONERS.

http://www.cga.ct.gov/2012/ACT/PA/2012PA-00177-R00HB-05550-PA.htm

AN ACT CONCERNING THE FIREARMS EVIDENCE DATABANK.

http://www.cga.ct.gov/2012/ACT/PA/2012PA-00016-R00HB-05096-PA.htm

AN ACT CONCERNING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

http://www.cga.ct.gov/2012/ACT/PA/2012PA-00114-R00HB-05548-PA.htm

The domestic violence is a lot of reading, but there are a few changes involving firearms.  As always, though we’re not lawyers, it is a good thing to have one.  I have an appointment with an attorney once a year just to discuss many of these types of changes and my personal knowledge of the law and how they pertain to me as a citizen with a permit to carry pistols and revolvers.

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