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All-Out Attack Waged on Shooting Ranges

Discussion in 'CSRRA Connecticut' started by Tackleberry, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. Tackleberry

    Tackleberry Member

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    All-Out Attack Waged on Shooting Ranges! The Connecticut Public Safety and Security Committee may soon consider proposed legislation that has the potential to shut down every shooting range in the state of Connecticut. The proposal would require range owners/operators to register with the Department of Public Safety (DPS) and allow the Commissioner to promulgate new range regulations at any time. Regardless of any new regulations, the Commissioner has the power to shut down a range without cause simply by deeming it "unsafe." If the future implications of this proposal aren't bad enough, it would also put almost every existing range out of business immediately for non-compliance under the standards set forth by this proposal. Make no mistake; the intent of this proposed legislation is to force the closure of existing ranges and to prevent any new ranges from opening. As you know, shooting ranges provide a valuable community service by providing law-abiding citizens with a safe place to shoot. Ranges used exclusively by law enforcement would be exempt from the regulations. If this is truly about safety, why should the range safety standards for law enforcement and civilians be any different? It is imperative that you contact your lawmakers today and respectfully ask them to oppose this proposed bill! As the Department of Public Safety serves at the pleasure of Governor Jodi Rell (R), it is also critical that you call her TODAY and urge her administration not to support this direct attack on law-abiding gun owners and recreational shooters. No bill number has been assigned yet, but we will keep you posted on any further action that is taken in the coming weeks. Please continue checking your email and www.NRAILA.org for updates. To contact Governor Jodi Rell call her at 860-566-4840 (Greater Hartford Area), 800-406-1527 or email [email protected]. For contact information for your State Representative, please click here. For contact information for your State Senator, please click here.
     
  2. [laugh2]Here you go Jim.[smile]


     
  3. Tackleberry

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    Sorry Jim I just copied and pasted it...
     
  4. Dmac82

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    I would really like to know where this is going, have heard the whispers for a few months now. The BS part of it is that LE ranges would be excluded from this process.

    The only thing this law will do is close down/ prevent ranges from operating AND promote unsafe practices as people will find alternative areas to shoot their guns.
     
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    Who knew that helping Blue Trail stay open would come to this!
     
  6. matt9112

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    Need to understand the establishment law enforcement Community is not with us...they are exempt from every law imaginable these days.
     
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    Holy necroposting Batman.

    2009 Dude [rofl]
     
  8. matt9112

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    You don't believe on zombies. Haha face palm here. I was trolling aimlessly and got trolled.
     

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