First CT Gun Registration Rejection

You know it!

You know it!

And here is that other shoe that we were all waiting to hear drop:

Registration rejected due to lack of postmark

Well, I do not know the circumstances of this particular situation (i.e. how/when the registration was submitted), but the person who got that letter is up a creek without a paddle.

They are now a felon, with a choice of several bad options for dealing with their situation.

God help them if they get pulled over for a broken tail-light on the way to someplace to take action on one of the options available to them, because they are committing a crime by even attempting to perform them!

Some state legislator was trying to get an extension of the registration deadline, but I haven’t heard anything concrete about that.

The rejection letter:

Attention Citizen: you are screwed!

Attention Citizen: you are screwed!

I hope you gun owners have a plan to retain your weapons despite this idiotic law.

Read the law carefully and the potential wiggle room should become obvious.

 

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One Response to “First CT Gun Registration Rejection”

  1. […] And here is that other shoe that we were all waiting to hear drop First CT Gun Registration Rejection | Yankee Gun Nuts Well, I do not know the circumstances of this particular situation (i.e. how/when the registration […]

  2. skinnedknuckles says:

    I’ve seen this letter on other forums, and there seems to be a disconnect. If a letter was received on January 2, I don’t think there is any way it could not have been mailed (and thus postmarked) prior to January 1 (which has no delivery). The Postal Service just doesn’t deliver mail that was picked up the same day, in my experience. Further, I find it a stretch to believe that the SFLU could be so efficient that they could generate a letter the first day after the deadline (and after a holiday). It was weeks before they could tell us how many had been received, so I’m skeptical that they were opening the mail, creating, and mailing rejection letters for applications that came in the day’s mail.