Long answer: CT kept the 1994 Clinton ban in effect after it expired in 2004. Then after Sandy Hook, laws only got stricter. The result is that if we want to legally own any pistol with a threaded barrel, it has to be predate the September 1994 ban. Since HK can't/won't provide details on what month a specific pistol was made, it rules out anything KE and later. The same applies to any kind of rifle. Pre-1994, you're free to have whatever you want. If it is post 1994 and wasn't registered as an assault weapon right after Sandy Hook, you're screwed. More information here.
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