His heart is absolutely in the right place, but the liberal-dominated Connecticut legislature and the liberal district courts will — I wish it weren’t so — prevail. From the Hartford Courant:
Scott Hoffman is so determined to repeal the state’s new gun laws that he is selling one of his most prized possessions, a one-of-a-kind Smith & Wesson pistol once touted as the most expensive handgun in the world.
Hoffman’s asking price: $100,000. The owner of Hoffman’s Gun Center and Indoor Range will use that cash to support candidates committed to overturning gun and ammunition restrictions passed after the Newtown school shootings.
If Hoffman were to get that $100,000 dollars and use it to back pro-gun candidates, NY Mayor Michael Blowhard could use his pocket change to outspend him by a million bucks supporting anti-gun Democrats (as he is doing in Virginia). And, Connecticut is, or has become, a liberal bedroom community for NYC. Need I say more?
Keep your gun, Scott, and move your business to one of many, much more gun friendly states where the majority of the residents and politicians still respect the Second Amendment and the natural right to self-defense.
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