Among a host of other provisions, a bill signed into law last year requires a certificate of possession for firearms referred to as “CT Other” or “Other” as well as guns manufactured prior to September 1994 that had been grandfathered and exempt from the state’s assault weapons ban. While they might already be registered, the gun owners now need a certificate of possession. Once the certificate is obtained, they are still legal to own but transfer or sale of the weapons is generally barred in Connecticut.

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