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Connecticut General Statutes - Pertaining to Pistol Permits

Connecticut General Statutes - Pertaining to Pistol Permits

Sec. 29-27 "Pistol or "revolver"defined.
Sec. 29-28 Permit for sale at retail of pistol or revolver.  Permit to carry pistol or revolver.  Confidentiality of name and address of permit holder.
Sec. 29-28a Application for permit.  Notice of decision to applicant.
Sec. 29-29 Information concerning criminal records of applicants for permits.
Sec. 29-31 Display of permit to sell. Record of sales.
Sec. 29-32 Revocation of permit.  Notification. Penalty for failure to surrender permit.
Sec. 29-32a Appeal from refusal or revocation of permit.
Sec. 29-32b Board of Firearms Permit Examiners.  Appeals to board hearings.
Sec. 29-33 Sale, delivery or transfer of pistols and revolvers.  Documentation requirements.  Waiting period.  Exempted transactions. Penalty.
Sec. 29-34 False statement or information in connection with sale or transfer of pistol or revolver prohibited.  Sale or transfer to person under twenty-one years of age prohibited.  Temporary transfers.  Penalties.
Sec. 29-35 Carrying or pistol or revolver without permit prohibited.  Exceptions.
Sec. 29-36 Alteration of firearm identification mark, number or name.
Sec. 29-36f Eligibility certificate for pistol or revolver.
Sec. 29-36g Application for eligibility certificate.  Criminal history records check.  Deadline for approval or denial of an application.  Form of certificate.  Change of address.  Confidentiality of name and address of certificate holder.  Scope of certificate.
Sec. 29-36h Fee for eligibility certificate.  Expiration and renewal of eligibility certificate.
Sec. 29-36i Revocation of eligibility certificate.
Sec. 29-36j Purchase or receipt of pistol or revolver without permit or eligibility certificate prohibited.  Exceptions Repealed
Sec. 29-36k Transfer or surrender of pistols or revolver by person ineligible to possess same.
Sec. 29-36l State data base to supply information concerning validity of permits and eligibility certificate.

Arms in the hands of citizens may be used at individual discretion...
in private self-defense.

~ John Adams