Tensions on the rise in Conn. after Tyrants names and addresses published | Eatgrueldog

via Eat Gruel Dog

“Tensions continue to rise in Connecticut, as the home addresses of the legislators who voted for the ban have been posted on numerous web sites and forums. Many of the legislators are now calling for police protective details, regarding the publication of their home addresses as a threat to their safety.”

What’s wrong? Afraid of a few angry gun owners that you have made into felons? You are the ones who made them criminals; You have said it. Now you have to hope that some criminal doesn’t torch your house in the middle of the night and shoot whatever comes running out. It may not even be someone from your state. The affront that you have done is grievous enough that some “Whack job” (formerly law abiding citizen) may travel in from elsewhere to help. Will your fear be enough to frighten you from tyranny? No, probably not. Instead you will consume enormous amounts of state resources to protect yourself and double down on your tyranny. Here’s wishing you the best from the iii…… via Eatgrueldog.

also…

* For Mac Slavo’s compendium post dated 2/28/14 at SHTFPLan.com, click here.

* This was posted Bullets.net on 3.3.14 – Hey Connecticut, 1933 Berlin called, they want their Gestapo back.

Hey Connecticut, 1933 Berlin called, they want their Gestapo back
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Hey Connecticut, 1933 Berlin called, they want their Gestapo back
Read more at http://bulletsfirst.net/2014/03/02/hey-connecticut-1933-berlin-called-want-gestapo-back/#GmwcSlJygLieuM1j.99
Hey Connecticut, 1933 Berlin called, they want their Gestapo back
Read more at http://bulletsfirst.net/2014/03/02/hey-connecticut-1933-berlin-called-want-gestapo-back/#GmwcSlJygLieuM

Registration Doesn’t Mean Confiscation ?

Guffaw in AZ

LIKE HELL IT DOESN’T!

Connecticut has an “assault weapon” problem.

Politicians rammed through a law demanding that citizens register scary-looking firearms and standard capacity magazines, and the citizenry overwhelmingly responded by being “militantly sedentary.”

Gun owners sat on their butts and refused to register either arms or magazines, all but daring the state to do anything about it.

Of the estimated 375,000-400,000 firearms deemed “assault weapons” by the state,  more than 325,000 remain undocumented. Only about 50,000 were registered for future confiscation.

The requirement to register standard capacity magazines was laughed at even louder by the citizenry; just 38,000 (less than 2 percent) of an estimated 2 million standard capacity magazines holding greater than ten rounds of ammunition were registered with the state.  (Bearingarms.com)

h/t Mike Vanderboegh (Sipsey Street Irregulars)

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