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Disabled shooters challenge CT's new law


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A Marine Corps sniper who lost the use of his left arm while serving in Afghanistan and a paraplegic man who hopes to defend himself in the event of a home invasion have joined in a New London-based group's legal challenge of the state's new gun control laws.

The Disabled Americans for Firearms Rights in April filed the first lawsuit challenging gun control measures. Others have brought lawsuits in federal court, but North Stonington attorney Scott D. Camassar, who represents the group, said he thinks this is the only case pending in state court.

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