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Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. 2020 ‘Safe Storage in Connecticut.’ Child & Consumer Safety. San Francisco, CA: Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. 27 November

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Firearm and Ammunition Storage Regulations in Connecticut

In Connecticut, any person, firm or corporation engaging in the sale, other than at wholesale, of any handgun, must equip the handgun with a reusable trigger lock or gun locking device constructed of material sufficiently strong to prevent it from being easily disabled.

The lock must also have a mechanism accessible by key or electronic or mechanical accessory specific to the device to prevent unauthorized removal. Federal law also applies.

Handgun sellers must also provide the purchaser with a written warning stating that unlawful storage of a firearm may result in imprisonment or fine.

State administrative regulations govern the storage of firearms in certain locations.

Connecticut does not require firearm owners to lock their weapons…

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