The new Connecticut gun regulation that caps the number of pistols an upstanding citizen can buy each month went into effect on Sunday.
NPR stated that although praising the new restriction, State Senate President Pro Tempore Martin Looney (D) is not happy with it. His goal is to “pursue further limits on monthly gun purchases.”
Looney also wants Connecticut to adopt a microstamping mandate.
According to Breitbart News, Maryland discontinued its microstamping program in 2015 after 15 years of trying ineffectively to use the technology to solve crimes.
Maryland invested $5 million in the microstamping initiative, yet no crimes were solved as a result.
Connecticut imposed restrictions on the amount of handguns law-abiding residents may buy each month in addition to outlawing open carry of weapons on Sunday.
Connecticut Against Gun Violence’s Jeremy Stein wants Democrats in the state legislature to secure more control. He said, “We will not take a break and we cannot stop now, and we will continue to pass life-saving laws until we end gun violence in Connecticut. Our lives depend on it.”
Stein omitted to explain how restricting the amount of firearms that law-abiding citizens can purchase will improve safety.
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