[[ A mass refusal to register guns is a good first step. It demonstrates to those who want to disarm us that we will not be disarmed.
And there's not a damned thing they can do about it. ]]
In spirit, I agree with you.
But -- the grim reality is that they ARE going to "do something about it" in my state (CT).
The state gun grabbers are laying low for the moment, but I sense that behind the veil, they are quietly "gathering the information" that they will need to compile a list of "holdouts".
They'll scrouge the federal instant-check records if they can.
They'll probably scrounge gun shop records.
They may even try to track down ammo purchases (such as who bought .223 and .556).
Once they have enough info, they'll act.
With the support of the governor and legislature.
That's how it's going to be in the "new slavery" states (such as Connecticut, New York, Maryland, California, also soon-to-be Rhode Island and New Jersey). The citizens' Second Amendment rights are going to be taken away, unless the U.S. Supreme Court at some point steps in to stop them. Whether it will do so remains unknown, particulary if Obama gets another liberal justice due to death or retirement.
New Jersey may be on the verge of passing new anti-gun laws that outlaw even .22 rifles. See this article in the Washington Times:http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/feb/28/new-jersey-bill-is-outright-gun-ban-on-22-caliber-/
From time to time, on this site and on others (such as "TOS") I see the phrase repeated again and again: "if they want my guns, let them come and take them!".
Strong words, from brave men.
But so far, it's been rhetoric.
In states like Connecticut, it will soon turn into reality.
Let's see what happens then...