Connecticut has more gun provisions in state statute than almost any other state. In 2018, the state had 90 such provisions, placing it behind only California (109) and Massachusetts (101), according to an inventory maintained by the Boston University School of Public Health. The 134 provisions listed below are in order from most to least widespread. This inventory does not include some newer provisions like bump stocks, ghost guns and 3D printed guns. Laws marked in blue are ones which Connecticut has passed.