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The comments are property of their posters, all the rest 2002-2010 by I realize this isn't germane to OC but the people in this forum know CT law better than on any other gun forum. The person then pointed out that I was quoting regs. I'm starting to think that there might not be any law requiring any specific distance when shooting. Still love the only "legal" way to carry in New Britain is to open carry. Funny as hell (yet sad for us at the same time) to read some ordinance legislation.If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.I was just checking to see if there was some obsolete or arcane difference and thought the source of the linked article amusing.On a similar note ( which probably doesnt warrant its own thread ) in fuel stations in the UK there is always a not saying it is 'unlawful' to use the pump under the age 16 - amongst other things. The rules of the air in Australia are set out in a number of regulations.
However, it is often used to describe a condition with many other possible outcomes which the document often fails to capture or account for. I have never seen a person drink tea from a coke bottle while standing on their head, that doesn't mean it is illegal. Rich B: My favorite argument against OC being legal in CT is "I have never seen someone OC in CT". Is it a synonym for "shall" or does it have some leeway?I'm reading a legal document and although many such documents have a preamble explaining the intended meaning of words like "shall", "should", and "will", this one doesn't.
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I also feel strongly about the unfortunate use of "may" and "will" (more so for the incorrect usage).