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Those pre-ban 'assault' weapons are really causing a lot of headaches with respect to gun violence. I know my neighborhood gang loves tracking them down and paying 10 times more for them than an illegal post-ban rifle.
I can see why this legislation makes sense.
They did it in CT. You can no longer buy/sell an AK47 in state, but if you owned one prior, and had it registered, then you can keep it, but not sell it.
My brother in law's house was burglarized, and they stole his legally registered AK47. Now he cannot legally replace it.
Just curious on CT law... what if someone moves in from out of state owning one? Can they keep it?