In the history of American firearms development, there is perhaps no name more iconic than that of Samuel Colt. Colt's genius in both inventing and marketing his firearms propelled his home state of Connecticut into a major center for manufacturing throughout much of the 19th and 20th centuries.
- SB 506 – Criminalizes the private transfer of any firearm.
- SB 710 – Gives the local authority the ability to decide whether or not to grant a permit for a gun show and establishes a permitting process.
- SB 897 – Requires the purchaser of a firearm to provide their birth date and place of birth at the time of delivery and eliminates the temporary eligibility certificate for a pistol or a revolver.
The Connecticut legislature needs to know that this infringement upon the rights of its law-abiding citizens needs to end.
Concerned citizens can write their representatives here urging them to OPPOSE the anti-gun bills listed above.
Until Connecticut's governor gets the hint that restricting the rights of the law-abiding is a direct assault on 2nd Amendment Freedom, Smith Enterprise will be forced to apply the laws he passes to all government agencies in Connecticut.
Smith Enterprise is committed to standing up for Colt's Manufacturing Company, LLC and the people of Connecticut.