The Connecticut Citizens Defense League (The state’s largest grass-roots gun rights group) announces the ‘4th Annual’ 2nd Amendment Poker Run.
One hopes Americans will remember Murphy’s propensity for lying the next time he lectures them about gun control laws…
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League has begun releasing candidate endorsements for the 2016 elections.
The United States Supreme Court declined on Monday to review a lower court’s ruling refusing to strike down on Second Amendment grounds Connecticut’s ban on certain semi-automatic firearms…..
The decision in Peruta v. San Diego could not have come at a better time, 5 months prior to a National Election of a new President of these United States.
In the wake of a horrible incident in Orlando, Florida, Connecticut Carry is once again reminded of the importance of its mission statement and Article 1, Section 15 of the Connecticut Constitution…
Connecticut Legislators made their priorities clear when they adjourned the Connecticut legislative session on May 4th. While Connecticut Legislators could not bring themselves to make a timely…..
Connecticut store owner wins his third gunfight. A passerby with a permit assists. No one was hit.
This ex parte order strips the accused of their 2A rights before the accused can appear in court to defend themselves…
One or both of the anti-gun bills, House Bill 5054 and House Bill 5623, may be called as early as tomorrow to go to the House floor for consideration by the full House of Representatives.
Hillary Clinton – growing increasingly frayed over the stubborn persistence of her opponent in the Democratic Party primary – took to Connecticut last week to push her gun control message to…..
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League offers the following statement pertaining to the armed robbery of a Post Office in West Haven, CT earlier today.
On Monday, March 14, House Bill 5054 is scheduled for a public hearing in the Joint Committee on Judiciary.
A Connecticut lawsuit has been filed to use emotion of families and teachers to take down gun manufactures and the Second Amendment. I will likely fail.
The plaintiffs are challenging the Connecticut ban on certain firearms that look similar to assault rifles.
This ex parte order, which strips the accused of their Second Amendment rights, would be issued by a judge based solely on a brief statement of an accuser…
The memorandum goes on for 5 more pages describing how police in Connecticut can still get away with harassing and detaining citizens not breaking the law!
Governor Dannel Malloy has once again announced that, through his emotional puppet Lt. Gov. Wyman, he will pursue legislation that would erode the right to due process in Connecticut, as well…..
Senators Blumenthal, Murphy & rep Esty are over-stepping their authority & using the Federal Government letterhead to harass a state level Connecticut Food Association…
Video of a chilling police encounter in Connecticut, where police appear to concoct charges against an open carrier to “cover their ass”.
A Connecticut gun carrier shows that police must have a reason to ask to see his permit.
A common refrain anytime the state or local police in Connecticut screw up and arrest, detain or harass law-abiding citizens is that ‘the law is confusing’.
Both Stag Arms and Mr. Malkowski believe that public safety was never compromised, they have agreed to enter guilty pleas & to pay significant fines..
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League offers commentary on partisan statements from both Governor Malloy and the Connecticut Democratic Party.
The very idea that CT Governor Malloy seeks to remove constitutional rights without due process using these secret ‘watch lists’ is despicable & unconstitutional…
Governor Malloy is planning to seize firearms of individuals who have not been indicted or convicted for any crime.
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League (The state’s largest grass-roots gun rights group) is speaking out against calls for more gun control made by elected officials from Connecticut.”
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League (The state’s largest grassroots gun rights group) is speaking out in opposition to recent statements made by Governor Malloy, and Senators Murphy…..
The 2015 “Firearms Law & The Second Amendment Symposium” was held on Saturday, October 24, 2015, in Hartford, Connecticut.
If any further evidence were necessary of what’s at stake with the 2016 general election, a ruling issued today by the U.S. District Court for the Second Circuit should provide it.
We are not surprised by this decision was handed down from this court. We knew all along that we would end up appealing to the Supreme Court to overturn this clear injustice of our 2nd Amendment right
We are shocked and saddened by any action that is violent in nature, and our sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to all the victims..
The 2015 NRA-ILA “Firearms Law & The Second Amendment Symposium” will be held on Saturday, October 24, at The Hartford Club in Hartford, Connecticut.
Thanks to many in the Sportsmen’s community who provided testimony; active contact with legislators, and sportsmen supportive legislators, to the bill H.B. No. 6034.
Gun rights enemies in the media leapt upon the study eagerly, painting it as a killing blow to supporters of relatively unrestricted Second Amendment rights…
It’s bad enough that anti-gun members of Congress want to enact federal legislation to impose the elitist views of their coastal enclaves on the entire country.
The 2015 Connecticut legislative session adjourned last week and your efforts to defend your Second Amendment rights against a few misguided bills have paid off.
As the Connecticut General Assembly adjourned on June 3rd, it was clear that SB 650 had been abandoned and left to wither on the vine.
The Connecticut Senate approved legislation that would allow Sunday archery hunting for deer on private lands in the Constitution State…
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League (The state’s largest grassroots gun rights group) is expressing its appreciation for the State Legislature’s decision to cease action on bills that would…..