Today, CCDL and Second Amendment Foundation filed an opening brief to Judge Arterton’s denial of our preliminary injunction filed in June of 2023. We are hopeful that this decision will be overturned with this filing. Our motion for preliminary injunction would provide relief to all law-abiding gunowners affected by the Connecticut Assault Weapons Ban, and […]
In 1956 Martin Luther King Jr. was denied a permit to carry a firearm in Alabama after his home was firebombed. If the antis wouldn’t let a civil rights hero and future Nobel Peace Prize winner carry a gun, then what do you think they’ll do to your rights? While gun grabbers will point out MLK
CCDL filed an amicus brief in Antonyuk v. Nigrelli in February of 2023. This case is challenging several aspects of New York’s Concealed Carry Improvement Act. While the New York Law affects New York residents, the importance of this case is far reaching as the New York law severely and unconstitutionally restricts an individual’s right
CCDL NEEDS YOU! As announced at the Rally at the Capitol 2023, CCDL is developing a new firearms course to meet the new qualifiers for the Connecticut pistol permit process. Given the vast community of over 400,000 gunowners in the state of Connecticut, we want to give YOU an opportunity to be showcased in our
CCDL’s annual Anniversary Dinner is back! Join us in celebrating 15 years of grassroots advocacy by law-abiding gunowners. Save the date! This year the event is being hosted at The Woodwinds in Branford, CT on Saturday, March 23rd. See the full event information on the ticket sales page. BUY TICKETS HERE Carry On!
On March 29, 2023, the US District Court dismissed the case for lack of standing, and we immediately appealed that ruling. On Tuesday, November 14th, at 10:00 AM the Second Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments for this case. You may listen to the argument by following this link As a quick review
Spread the word! Due to rain, the upcoming Sporting Clays Event is postponed to 10/29. Buy your tickets here!
Saturday, 9/23/2023: CCDL Recognized NATIONALLY at the Gun Rights Policy Conference as the 2023 Grassroots Organization of the Year. Thank you to our Executive Committee members for your tireless efforts but most importantly for each and every member who contributed to the work we are doing. Carry On!
The Governor’s H.B. 6667 added “Others” and “Pre-94 Prebans” to the definition of an Assault Weapon. Law-abiding citizens in possession of these weapons must register them with the state and receive an Assault Weapons Certificate, just like in prior bans. Today, SLFU posted the new online 2023 Assault Weapons Registry. The deadline to register is
With the passage of HB6667, The 2023 Assault Weapons Ban, 9/30/23 is the last day for legal gunowners to lawfully open carry (for now) in the state of Connecticut… CCDL was started by a group that included some that open carried, and wanted to preserve that right for those who were wrongfully being charged with breach