From the WND article:
[[ “What will happen, then, if my husband refuses? Will you come to our home to arrest him?” she asks again.
Sounding calm and composed, Lt. Vance explains that “we haven’t crossed that bridge JUST YET.” He says her husband could be subject to arrest and that he did not have a “good answer” to the question. ]] (emphasis added by me)
I'm in CT.
I sense that the authorities here are biding their time -- for now.
But out-of-sight, they're gathering the information they need to go knocking on doors when they believe the time is right.
It looks like this is going to happen first in Connecticut. So much for "The Constitution State"...
Some years ago a person who most here would consider reprehensible wrote a provocative book. You can read it for free online if you wish -- just open a search page and enter "turner", then type in "diaries", then type in "pdf". Then hit return.
Actually, you don't even have to read it, if you don't want to lower yourself to that point.
But -- do the search above, click on the first hit, and take a look at the first page.
What does it say about guns?
Again, you may not like the author, but in some ways, he was prescient...