Will Connecticut Be The Soil of A Thousand Waco’s ? Looming Clouds Of Gun Enforcement Building…..

We’ve noticed several independent minded blogs beginning to pose the ultimate question around full-scale legislated gun confiscations in Connecticut.  (Links follow Summary Article)


(The Courant)  Everyone knew there would be some gun owners flouting the law that legislators hurriedly passed last April, requiring residents to register all military-style rifles with state police by Dec. 31.

But few thought the figures would be this bad.

By the end of 2013, state police had received 47,916 applications for assault weapons certificates, Lt. Paul Vance said. An additional 2,100 that were incomplete could still come in.

That 50,000 figure could be as little as 15 percent of the rifles classified as assault weapons owned by Connecticut residents, according to estimates by people in the industry, including the Newtown-based National Shooting Sports Foundation. No one has anything close to definitive figures, but the most conservative estimates place the number of unregistered assault weapons well above 50,000, and perhaps as high as 350,000.

And that means as of Jan. 1, Connecticut has very likely created tens of thousands of newly minted criminals — perhaps 100,000 people, almost certainly at least 20,000 — who have broken no other laws. By owning unregistered guns defined as assault weapons, all of them are committing Class D felonies.  (link)

Two well presented considerations to read.


The first from DCClothsline:

The war on liberty is coming to a head in Connecticut, where tens of thousands of gun owners have refused to comply with their state government’s gun registration laws. Officials have literally ordered those who failed to meet the registration deadline to surrender their firearms or face arrest.

The State of Connecticut is now demanding that gun owners across the state turn in all newly-banned, unregistered firearms and magazines or face felony arrest.

The State Police Special Licensing & Firearms Unit began mailing out notices to gun owners who attempted to register their firearms and accessories with the state but did not do so in time for the Jan. 1 deadline of Connecticut’s newly enacted gun control law.

The law bans the sale of magazines holding over 10 rounds and “assault rifles” manufactured after 1994 and requires that residents who possessed either before the ban to register them with the state.

It doesn’t take a stretch of the imagination to understand that the enforcement of this law can only come at the barrel of a gun. Therefore, we can conclude that we may soon see SWAT-style raids on the homes of suspected law breakers. Because we’re talking about gun confiscation, you can be fully assured that the state will not be knocking nicely, and they won’t be asking residents to exit their homes.

They’re going in full force.

But Americans simply don’t take well to being told what to do, especially as it relates to their Second Amendment rights.  (continue reading article)


The second from Stately McDanielTHE COMING STORM:

Friday, June 27th, 2014, 0-dark-thiry:  The politicians have made their decision.  By a twist of fate–your file simply happened to be on the top of the stack for no particular reason–you’ll be the first example.  A state police SWAT team pull to the curb in front of your home, leap from their van and rush to your front door.  Two black-clad men pull back a ram and swing it toward your front door, aiming just above the knob, while the rest of the team waits anxiously, their automatic weapons charged and off safe.  Two hope they’ll get the opportunity to shoot.  At least one wants to manufacture the opportunity.

iowa raidYou’ve made two major mistakes; they will cost your life and destroy your family:  you live in a blue state where the governor and legislature have no respect for the Constitution and the lives and liberty of citizens, and you were foolish enough to obey the law.

Starting awake from a sound sleep by the explosion of your door being smashed open and the heavy stomping of booted feet, you stumble down the stairs and into the hallway.  As you turn toward the sounds, you’re blinded by multiple bright lights and hear many people screaming at you, but their words are unintelligible.

You raise your hands to shield your eyes, but you have your cell phone in your right hand.  As soon as it comes into view, you’re overwhelmed by a tidal wave of explosive sounds and feel the first bullets rip into your body.  There are stars, so many stars, winking and suddenly, everything goes silent and black and your last conscious thought is a feeling of falling.

The SWAT team, surprised when you suddenly appeared only five feet from them, screamed conflicting commands at you.  When you raised your hands and one of them saw something dark in your right hand, he jerked back the trigger of his MP5 submachine gun and didn’t let go until the weapon was empty.  Seeing him fire, four more did the same.  Of the 137 rounds five of the team initially fired, only 18 actually hit you, but it was enough.  The rest shredded your home from floor to ceiling and wall to wall.  Six nearby homes were hit, as were four cars.  As you lay dying, your heart beating ever more slowly and weakly, you were spared the horror of your wife’s death.

As she descended the stairs, she saw you hit, blood spurting everywhere, falling to the floor, she screamed loud and long and ran down the steps.  When she suddenly leapt into the hallway from the staircase, the nearest officer, who had been staring in shock at your bleeding body, and most of all, at the cell phone near your right hand, was startled.  One of only two who had not completely emptied his magazine, he emptied it into her.

The rest tried, but with one other exception, their guns were empty, and they frantically and impotently jerked their triggers.  The other exception managed to fire the remaining six rounds in his weapon.  Of the final 13 rounds fired, eleven hit your wife, five in the chest, three in the head.  She was dead before her body fell onto yours, the sickening thump of her head on the hardwood floor echoing in the sudden silence and roiling gun smoke.  (continue reading)

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55 Responses to Will Connecticut Be The Soil of A Thousand Waco’s ? Looming Clouds Of Gun Enforcement Building…..

  1. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    The DCClothesline article echoes something I said yesterday. Officials are now offering citizens the option of surrendering the weapons and magazines to avoid arrest, but the option of registering (and keeping) their firearms is now off the table.


    • Keyser Söze says:

      CT lawmakers have not thought this through.

      Found in comments…MolonLabe being especially prophetic from over a year ago.

      • a year ago


      How many patriots are you willing to kill to get the guns?
      How many people on your side are you willing to see die to get the guns?

      Perhaps you need to consider those two points before you try to usurp our natural rights.

      You can’t have the guns, you can’t have a registration of the guns, and if you think the law enforcement officers are willing to die to go after the guns, you need to do some google-fu, and look into the reality of that situation.

      High time you totalitarians had some skin in the game. If you want our modern sporting rifles with standard capacity magazines, and if you want our long-arms registered, you’ll have to come do it yourselves.

      After all… the Cops and the Sheriff’s deputies all live amongst us. As has been so aptly illustrated in Mexico… 2:30 am no-knock raids cut both ways. The law enforcement officers won’t lift a finger to enforce this nonsense outside of hellpits like NYC and SF. They love their kids and their wives, and like to not come home to burning cinders where their home used to be.

      So man up. You want the weapons, come and get them – this time there won’t be any soldiers and cops dying for you.

      You’ll have to do it yourselves.

      Good luck.

      MolonLabe MCruise
      • a year ago


      Don’t mistake “tactical restraint” and “battle-space preparation” for “cowardice” or an unwillingness to act, “friend.”

      We the people just finished buying 4.8 million firearms in less than 60 days, a six year stockpile of standard capacity magazines, and over 3 billion cartridges.

      Do you think we bought them to register them and/or turn them in?

      This is not panic buying.

      This is a people preparing for war.

      You need to understand a thing or two about logistics son. Sherman didn’t march through the south on a moment’s notice. A campaign takes a good amount of time and resources – but thanks to the overreaches of statists and wannabe-tyrants, the time-table just got put into overdrive.

      Takes 3% of the gun owners in this nation to topple it. The federal government does not stand a chance.

      How do I know this?

      Go dig five holes 4 foot deep in your backyard. I’ll be startled if you don’t damage some kinda utility line in the process. You pick a fight with the freedom lovers in America, and you had better get used to not having electricity, internet, natural gas, running water, and working toilets.

      The infrastructure is utterly indefensible.

      The patriots in America don’t need to beat the army. They don’t need to beat the Federal goon-squads. They don’t even need to the local law enforcement.

      All they need to do it shut off the lights on a dilapidated, over-extended, and so vulnerable as to be indefensible power/water/gas grid, and the “free-sh*t-army” will take care of the rest.

      The guns are for what comes afterwards. The coming revolution will be fought with shovels, pick-axes, bolt cutters, and bags of cement. The “arms” dealer will be Home Depot. You’ll learn one way or another this society continues and exists peaceably only with our consent. The second we withdraw that, it will, with a considerable amount of assistance, fall into ruin.



  2. doodahdaze says:

    They will need them to fight the Chinese and Russians the way Obama is going. The Spetznav has full auto 30 round mags. What are they gonna shoot? Spitballs?


  3. doodahdaze says:

    Citizen Militias look needed now more than ever. Not run by Liberal Fools. Lookit what Russia and China are doing. They should be issuing full auto guns to the citizens.


  4. radish says:

    These blue-state Americans formed the Obama Admin’s first women, children, American cut-out target practices. I feel very badly for those Conservatives in the state. War has begun at home. Start thinking.


    • doodahdaze says:

      If we get attacked and Obama surrenders I am not going along with it.


      • Partyzant says:

        He has already pre-emptively surrendered. His cabinet & NSC have served Putin their nuts on a plate, followed by a plaintive “please don’t hurt me”.
        Ukraine is only the current iteration.
        What is next is what you should be thinking.


  5. radish says:

    Time to start praying fiercely again!


  6. Abagail says:

    The 3%ers won’t be backing down on this one.

    I pray every day for Mike Vanderboegh’s safety.


    • Abagail says:

      Connecticut is a “test” state. If this isn’t stopped now, it will be a full court press to confiscate all before the 2016 election, if there is one.


      • doodahdaze says:

        The USA is in big trouble. Too many fool’s.


      • Partyzant says:

        The chance of cancelled elections in 2016 is not zero.
        CT has many advantages to run this as a low rate initial test… solid democrat, excellent infrastructure (airports, highways…), Sandy Hook (intentional or unintentional Reichstag fire moment), a very diverse demographic, easily reinforced from other tyrant states like NY, Md, NJ, Mass.
        They will perhaps see what works there before they scale up.
        The real alarming part is that they made it impossible to get in compliance now… people are backed into a corner and they know it.


      • PatriotUSA says:

        We should be praying for Mr. Vanderboegh’s safety, I have been. I have been a regular of SSI for sometime now, others places where idiots like Lt. Vance and moron politicians who pass such stupid laws are most unwelcome. The sad state of affairs is that they get these laws passed and now they have created a state in which instant felons have been created. People have been dumbed down for a reason and now it all comes to boil. I fear the boiling water will be blood. The blood of those who refuse to submit and those who try to make them submit.

        This is a test state case and one must read through the comments posted in Mr. McDaniel’s excellent article. We, as a nation are being led by the nose into the slaughterhouse and it is by the surveillance state. Do not forget those friends, neighbors and family who will turn you in to the state. Just doing their duty ya know.

        NO way this will end well unless the laws are found to be unconstitutional and fast. Even then, more and more people will be on edge and refuse to comply.


    • jordan2222 says:

      Crisis in Connecticut, confrontation looming?



  7. Chip Bennett says:

    This can NOT end well.


    • doodahdaze says:

      Nope. You got it. Maybe a fast appeal to a rational court.


    • jordan2222 says:

      CANNOT, CANNOT, CANNOT….. end well.. .as in impossible?

      That is scary


    • bogey says:

      Wel…depends on what is “well”.

      At this point it most likely won’t end peacefully. But it may end well still.


    • Cetera says:

      Chip, can you comment on the legality and Constitutionality of citizens having followed the law and legally purchasing legal firearms and accessories, and then undertaking no further actions what-so-ever, are now criminals? Does that not fall under the jurisdiction of the “no ex-post facto” clause of the Constitution? (Not that it matters, but it should).

      What about the mythical “reasonable man” poor guy that was in a coma and couldn’t register his guns, and now wakes up a felon?


    • JAS says:

      I pray cooler heads prevail on both sides. Especially on the government side. They don’t want this to go down badly anymore than the “free” people of CT do.

      The people pf CT need to stay cool as cucumbers until the first arrest is made. That will pour in hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal aid funds for this first arrest to be the test case. Maybe, just maybe, a level minded judge will issue a decree to make the law sit on ice until the case is decided.

      One can only hope.


  8. LandauMurphyFan says:

    Mike McDaniel’s perspective (always a viewpoint well worth reading, given his background as an LEO as well as a teacher):



  9. radish says:

    I pray the SWAT members miss their marks. I pray their goggles fog up suddenly. I pray their knees knuckle under them. I pray home owners are intimidating. I pray home owners have bullet proof vests to go around. I pray the doors are locked and cannot be broken. I pray there are rooms inside rooms, with fire extinguishers plenty. Those can knock SWAT senseless. I pray there are more than just guns for protection. I pray younger family members stay safe and dodge the danger………………………… I’ll keep thinking up more stuff and pray


    • doodahdaze says:

      Look. The current crop of fools in charge are more afraid of patriotic upstanding Americans than they are of Russia, Cuba, China, All the Arab Muzz Terrorists, Thugz, Criminals, Drug Smugglers, and Global Warming. This is a true fact.


  10. radish says:

    Gas masks. Buy ’em.


  11. radish says:

    Locate wireless speakers in different places so you can throw sounds around and confuse the bastards.


  12. Abagail says:

    I think Connecticut was deliberately selected because it’s known as the Constitution State. It’s a symbolic middle finger.


  13. jay352 says:

    I hear some of the state police are not liking this. After all the pols names and addresses were published by Sipsey street they are all looking for security details. Who is going to be out there in a squad car like a sitting duck to protect them?


  14. see here as well: http://greyenigma.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/ct-gun-confiscation-circus-meet-your-masters-peons-the-grey-enigma/ … good luck bringing a suit against the State of CT when things go south


  15. eweturn says:

    small quote from link below
    “By leaving the question of which firearms the citizens of one state may own unanswered the Supreme Court has ensured that we DO NOT have equal protection under the law. ”



  16. gulfdogs says:

    Reblogged this on GulfDogs.


  17. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    …and you thought my Gold Grab of 1933 was rough. Watch. 👿


  18. Partyzant says:

    This gets warmer, there will be refugee flows from CT as the StateTroopers punish the enemies of the Regime.


  19. Partyzant says:

    CT State Troopers = American Einsatzgruppen?

    Maybe they will institute a confidential tip line for people to rat on one another.

    Maybe they will threaten to arrest people on trumped up charges and insist on cooperation to dismiss the “charges”.

    Maybe they will institute “spot inspections” and “snap vehicle check points”, just to get the point across.

    Maybe they will bring the child welfare people in and use that as a means to compel compliance…”yer guns or yer kids!.

    Why do you think they ask kids in medical appointments about any guns in the home? Think THAT will ever be expunged from your “file”?

    How long until YOU meet up with a representative of your unfriendly local Einsatzgruppen, who happens to try the “we know all” approach, while dumping a thick manila folder with your name on it on the desk?

    IMHO, CT suspected gun owners are about to get sent for. The CT Einsatzgruppen will probably get some of the names wrong and kill/capture completely uninvolved people.


    • doodahdaze says:

      I still think they should issue arms to all the citizens just in case. That is the reason for the 2nd amendment. Ukerianians did not have one and look.


      • taqiyyologist says:

        Ah, but we can have all the free cell phones we want!

        I’m sure rape whistles are given away free of charge most places, too.

        There’s that. Until some lefty says cell phones and rape whistles are bad, too.

        Then, those are out. Peeing yourself or puking-on-command is pretty much all you’ve got when you can’t even hit them with a can of wasp spray.

        I wish I knew of a good martial arts dojo within walking distance. I’d sorta like to know how to quickly put someone’s forearm up their butt, while knocking one of his buddys’ heads into another with my foot.

        Anyone know Putin’s phone #?


    • Abagail says:

      I think NJ is the state where every 2013 failed gun bill was reintroduced.


  20. peachteachr says:

    I have a friend on fb from NY, and he posts about how much harrassment gun owners are under each day. Last month they had a ‘shot heard round the world’ day and they all fired their guns at 12 noon. He says they have to go out of state to purchase ammo. These are difficult days for freedom.


  21. maryfrommarin says:

    Connecticut Gun Group Issues Ultimatum to Government: Molon Labe, Or Repeal



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  24. I Am Trademark says:

    Just shows that when the government can’t do anything to confront the REAL problem, they will simply make up a “low hanging fruit” problem that they CAN confront, simply to look like they are doing something.


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