Ammunition: The bill establishes a new revocable state issued “ammunition eligibility certificate”, which will require the applicant to pass a national criminal background check. The bill requires, as of October 1, 2013, that any sale of ammunition or an ammunition magazine to a Connecticut resident be accompanied by the presentation of either a permit to carry a pistol or revolver, an eligibility certificate for a pistol or revolver, a long gun eligibility certificate, a firearms dealer permit, or a combination of an ammunition eligibility certificate and a state issued photo ID. Therefore, as of October 1, 2013 there will be no legal sales of ammunition or magazines to any Connecticut resident who has not passed a national criminal background check, and is in good standing with regard to such check (i.e. their state issued certificate has not been revoked).
I haven't seen anything that mentions non residents. Is ammo buying not possible after Oct. 1 for us? (Mass. residents)
JimG wrote:I don't know Bob, er, Tool.... I would imagine that if you have a CT pistol permit you are good to go, even if a non-resident. The bill is 135 pages or so, I haven't read the final version yet, and only breezed thru the 96 page draft.
You coming by the dinner? Would love to meet the angry little man in person, attacking Jim g huh.....that's really classy, the guy is the nicest person on here
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