CT State Police Spokesman Says – They Would Participate In Door To Door Gun Confiscations

CT State Police Spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance
CT State Police Spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance says state police will go door to door confiscating guns if they are ordered.
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Manasquan, NJ –-(Ammoland.com)- The State of Connecticut says that all citizens must register rifles and high capacity magazines, or be charged will a felony. As many as 350,000 people could face heavily armed police smashing down their doors and be charged with a felony.

The legislature of Connecticut says that a registration is needed so they can know where the guns are. Yet at the same time, they are sending threatening letters to gun owners. So they already have records of who has purchased certain guns. The fact is, that the Connecticut legislature fully intends to confiscate hundreds of thousands of firearms anyway. The registration process will simply make it easier to confiscate, because you acknowledge that you still own a firearm that the state already suspects that you own.

In a recorded phone call Connecticut State Police Spokesman Lt. Vance was reached at at (860) 685-8290 and says that state police would comply with an order from the state to conduct door to door gun confiscations.

Experts claim that as many as 350,000 people are in violation of the law, and over 100,000 of those people could face felony charges. That means over 3.6% of the entire adult population of Connecticut has been transformed into a felon by the new registration law. Roughly one in twenty Connecticut homes could have their doors smashed in by heavily armed law enforcement seeking to confiscate firearms.

74 thoughts on “CT State Police Spokesman Says – They Would Participate In Door To Door Gun Confiscations

  1. @john – Try refreshing the web page after it has completely loaded. I’m counting 73 comments not including this one.

  2. It sounds like the people in these states need to mobilize and get an early warning system to protect there neighbors. I have planned for this in Texas with my neighbors and we are armed to the teeth Many of my neighbors and friends were combat engineers and we have a great surprise for our honored guest that are not welcome. Come as you are but bring your personal body bag with deodorant since I will not bury you.

  3. I wrote a letter to the Governor asking him to reconsider this unconstitutional law. I reminded him that we have the right to keep and bear arms and that it would not be a good day for anyone if law enforcement tried to confiscate citizens weapons. If we give in to this tyranny we deserve to be slaves to the government oppressors. An oathkeeper however would never take a mans weapon or defy the constitution.

  4. I would suggest that they stop and think this through completely. Jumping into this thinking they have the upper hand may be a grave mistake.

  5. Violators The Constitution will have a target on there backs. defending the ideas of this Constitution Government over seas what make you think we will not defend them RIGHT HERE
    So really think about what your going to start here cause it will not end well for anyone.
    Wake UP

  6. They are taking guns over a completely staged event, with no bodies, blood or death certificates. Did you see any funerals on TV ? No . . .

  7. here we go again.. first shot heard ’round the world.. get ready for action! We the people should all rise up and declare that we are all from Connecticut! These gun grabbers are unlawful, treasonous terrorists from within our ranks.. dispel them all when they come knocking.. they fully are aware of the use of lethal force hidden between the lines of our greatest 2nd Amendment! The fool in this case is the gun grabber who comes knocking!

  8. If the governor of CT orders the state police to confiscate weapons the he/she and the police officers need to be removed immediately by any means necessary.

  9. “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  10. McDonald v. Chicago, 561 U.S. 3025 (2010), is a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of the United States that determined whether the Second Amendment applies to the individual states. The Court held that the right of an individual to “keep and bear arms” protected by the Second Amendment is incorporated by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment and applies to the states. The decision cleared up the uncertainty left in the wake of District of Columbia v. Heller as to the scope of gun rights in regard to the states.

  11. Time to look for an indictment Under Color of Law
    As soon as Ted Cruz becomes our next Attorney General of the USA.

  12. SWAT teams are real macho when they descend in force on peaceful unarmed raw-milk farmers and such. i think Porky “don’t-ask-questions-about-sandy-hoax” Vance should lead his queer gestapo against these armed-to-the-teeth mad-as-hell American Patriots.
    ha ha FAT chance.
    charles ranalli
    albuquerque

  13. As Capt. John Parker said at Lexington Greene, “If they mean to have a war, let it begin here”, Connecticut is ripe for this war. I fear it is coming, but I WILL NOT SURRENDER my guns< I WILL NOT re-register my guns to no man or unconstitutional law! I fought for my Country, two tours Viet Nam, not afraid to die again! So bring it on Commie Malloy and your henchmen! Bring it on!

  14. The FEDS and State officials who swore to up hold the Constitution, need to read the Book “The Constitution of The United States” published by the National Center For Constitutional Studies. Thomas Jefferson an “ORIGINAL” signer of the Constitution says in the book, “On every question of construction, [let us] carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates, and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text, or invented against it, conform to the probable one in which it passed”! Seems to me our politicians needs to retake American History and understand just what Mr. Jefferson meant. It certainly means to leave the Constitution alone, they KNEW what they were doing and the 2nd Amendment means EXACTLY what is says. The right to bear arms, SHALL NOT be infringed upon!

  15. I still want to know, what the hell is an assault weapon? Perhaps Gov. Malloy can clarify because most gun owners I am acquainted with are likewise baffled.

  16. Its Official this “Law” is for Probate proceedings.
    Public Acts Public Act 13-3 An Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Children’s Safety.
    Administered through the Probate Court
    A *conservator is obligated to transfer or surrender firearms in the possession of a conserved person and to prevent the conserved person from having access to firearms owned by others. An ineligible person who fails to transfer or surrender a firearm or ammunition may be guilty of a Class C felony. (Effective October 1, 2013)

    Office of the Probate
    Court Administrator
    2013 Legislative Summary
    http://www.ctprobate.gov/Documents/2013%20Legislative%20Summary.pdf

    PUBLISHED BY
    OFFICE OF THE
    PROBATE COURT ADMINISTRATOR
    STATE OF CONNECTICUT
    The Probate Court system achieved a successful legislative session in 2013. Our two bills, both of which were joint proposals of the Probate Assembly and probate administration, were enacted. In addition, our budget request was fully funded, enabling us to implement much deserved raises for court employees and judges. I thank all of you who worked to develop and advocate for our bills. The material in this packet includes a summary of each bill, together with a copy of the public act. The summaries are not meant to replace the public acts and are offered only to present a general understanding of the legislation. Bracketed text in the public acts indicates deletions, and underlined text indicates additions. Please note the effective dates of each act. We will present continuing education seminars on the new legislation at the court staff training on October 16th and the Judges Institute on October 23rd.
    Table of Contents
    Public Acts Public Act 13-3 An Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Children’s Safety.
    Public Act 13-220 An Act Concerning Revisions to the Gun Violence Prevention and Children’s Safety Act.
    Public Act 13-3 (SB 1160) An Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Children’s Safety Effective Date: See individual sections SUMMARY This complex act contains several changes to laws that govern the possession, transfer and sale of firearms and addresses a variety of mental health and school safety issues. Relatively few of the act’s provisions involve the Probate Courts. Those that do are summarized below. Assault weapons and large capacity magazines Sections 23 through 31: The act prospectively prohibits the sale, transfer, and possession of assault weapons and large capacity ammunition magazines. A grandfather provision permits an individual who has legally owned assault weapons or large capacity magazines before May 4, 2013 to retain possession, provided that the owner files the necessary documents with the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection.
    Assault weapons and large capacity magazines may not be sold or transferred to anyone in Connecticut other than a licensed gun dealer. They may, however, be passed to others by bequest or intestate succession. The executor or administrator of the estate must obtain authorization from the Probate Court for the transfer, and the heir or beneficiary must file documentation with the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection. See Section 23 (large capacity magazines) and Section 26 (assault weapons). (Effective April 4, 2013) Ineligible persons Sections 34 and 44: Federal law prohibits an individual from purchasing or possessing firearms if he or she has been committed to an institution for treatment of a psychiatric disability or if a court has appointed a conservator for the person in an involuntary proceeding. The act codifies the same prohibitions as state law.
    In addition, the act prohibits an individual from possessing a firearm for 60 months following an involuntary commitment and for six months following a voluntary admission to a hospital for treatment of a psychiatric disability. A person who is ineligible to possess firearms or ammunition must, within two days of the event that triggered the prohibition, sell or transfer the firearms or ammunition to an eligible person or surrender them to the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection. A person who surrenders a firearm to the Department retains the ability to sell or transfer it within one year of the surrender.
    A *conservator is obligated to transfer or surrender firearms in the possession of a conserved person and to prevent the conserved person from having access to firearms owned by others. An ineligible person who fails to transfer or surrender a firearm or ammunition may be guilty of a Class C felony. (Effective October 1, 2013) Name change Section 21: Existing law requires that the court notify the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection when an application for a change of name is filed by a person who is required to register as a sexual offender. The commissioner has standing to object to the requested name change. The act amends C.G.S. section 45a-99 to make the same provisions applicable to individuals who are required to register as offenders convicted of committing a crime with a deadly weapon. (Effective January 1, 2014)
    Public Act 13-220 (SB 1094) An Act Concerning Revisions to the Gun Violence Prevention and Children’s Safety Act Effective date: See individual sections SUMMARY This act amends P.A. 13-3, discussed above. Again, only a few of the sections pertain to the Probate Courts. Sections 1 and 5 amend sections 23 and 26 of P.A. 13-3 to clarify that the exceptions to the law that allow large capacity magazines and assault weapons to pass to a party by bequest or intestate succession include bequests to a trust or transfers from a trust to a beneficiary under the terms of the trust. (Effective upon passage)
    Section 20 amends C.G.S. section 45a-100, which addresses applications to the Probate Courts from individuals seeking relief from federal firearms disability. Section 20 precludes the court from granting such relief if state law prohibits the petitioner from possessing firearms due to an involuntary commitment, within the preceding 60 months or a voluntary commitment within the preceding six months. (Effective October 1, 2013)

  17. I have a feeling that the State Police will make matters worse and begin the next American Revolution in this country with the kicking in of doors and shooting of Ct Citizens who, until Dec 31st, didn’t break any laws and had legal weapons and Magazine. It will escalate to other states and the politicians will be hiding under their beds, wishing they had a gun because you know someone is going to come for them. After all, now their names, addresses and pictures on on line. What goes around, comes around. Its not the law abiding people the politicians should have been going after. Its the criminals but these gun haters won’t listen to reason.

  18. Very similar to what the Nazi’s did prior to WWII. Made all gun owners register in the name of “public safety” and then right before the ole crap hit the fan, went and rounded up all the guns!

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