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Connecticut bans the possession, distribution, importation, transportation, and keeping, offering or exposing for sale of the “Barrett Light-Fifty model 82A1,” which is included in the state’s definition of assault weapon.1

For prohibitions on the knowing distribution, transportation, importation into the state, keeping, offering, or exposing for sale, or gift to any person of any “armor-piercing.50 caliber bullet” or “incendiary.50 caliber bullet,” see the Connecticut Ammunition Regulation section.



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  1. Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 53-202a(a)(1), 53-202c, and 53-202b.[]