Fox Business News Anchor Stu Varney Interviews NSSF’s Larry Keane

Effect Of Connecticut Gun Laws Discussed On Fox Business News.

Fox Business News anchor Stu Varney interviewed NSSF’s Larry Keane
Fox Business News anchor Stu Varney interviewed NSSF’s Larry Keane
National Shooting Sports Foundation
National Shooting Sports Foundation

NEWTOWN, Conn –-( Fox Business News anchor Stu Varney interviewed NSSF’s Larry Keane live in-studio last week on Connecticut’s highly restrictive new gun laws that are now going into effect on firearms owners and retailers.

Of particular interest was the Oct. 1 implementation of the “ammunition certificate” requirement for ammo purchases. Retailers say many customers are unaware of the requirement, and the new laws are hurting sales.

Non residents of Connecticut will be able to obtain an eligibility certificate allowing them to buy ammunition and magazines in the state.

However, they will need to travel to the Connecticut State Police headquarters to apply for that certificate in person.

About NSSFThe National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports. Formed in 1961, NSSF has a membership of more than 6,000 manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers. For more information, log on to

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Randy Burke

I agree whole heartedly with lee above.

Randy Burke

Anyone that thinks they are safer with more gun control has their head someplace thats not nomal,bad boys & girls will always have access to some type of weapon more than likely it will be a gun,I prefer to defend myself & wife rather than wait for the police who generaly show up after the fact.911 may mean they are 9 miles away and will arrive im 11 minutes or vice versa mean while some one will be dead.

Jay Hanig

Connecticut is a blue state. The majority of its people are satisfied that they’re safer thanks to these new laws. Time, of course, will ultimately demonstrate how toothless the law is in regards to its stated purpose. Just another load on the back of the honest citizen with no benefit to any other.

Feeling safe is a damned poor substitute for being safe.


There should be an amendment that if anyone tries to tamper with the Constitution they should be arrested for trying to take away the rights of the people.