Couldn't find a good one that just had the law in it. Every one I checked was a lot of extraneous "reporting". Feh. Reporters. Ego maniacs. I'll keep looking. +1 to anyone who finds it first.
I'm not finding anything on NH, but Connecticut was making news this week having just passed some new measures.
I cant find a link to the actual law, but according to the news sources I'm reading, it's pretty much ,
- banning more "assault" weapons
- limiting magazines to 10 rounds
- requiring universal background checks for all firearm transfers
I don't think the banning those particular weapons will have any effect on bullet related deaths.
The magazine limit has a grandfather clause letting those with higher capacity mags to keep them if they are willing to register them. Dumb. And unenforceable, I think. I also think that this won't have any effect on bullet related deaths.
Universal background checks may help reduce bullet related deaths if and only if, as you've alluded to before, it's federal, and not state by state.
edit to add:
One thing I've found lacking in all of these new and proposed laws is reinstating a waiting period. I think I recall seeing some stats where a small percentage of bullet related crime, and a large percentage of bullet related suicides declined when states had this law on the books.