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Is anyone familiar with Connecticut's online ammunition purchasing laws? And what are they?

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  • Is anyone familiar with Connecticut's online ammunition purchasing laws? And what are they?

    Is anyone familiar with Connecticut's online ammunition purchasing laws? And what are they?

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    Neither state nor federal law prohibits online ammunition sales or purchases. Several companies currently sell ammunition online.

    Some companies post eligibility criteria for, and restrictions on, online ammunition purchases; others do not. Typically, those that post this information require purchasers to meet federal criteria for purchasing ammunition, which are the same as for firearm purchases. They require buyers to submit proof of age and “affirm” or “confirm” that they meet the criteria. The websites do not specify any other steps, if any, the companies take to verify that buyers are eligible.

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