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Thread: California AB 1934, 1810 and 2358 is dead!

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    Thumbs up California AB 1934, 1810 and 2358 is dead!

    AB 1934 only "passed temporarily" and it didn't made it out of the Assembly after midnight. This bill restrict the carrying of firearms on public and private lands used by the public for outdoor recreation purposes and restrict sportsmen from openly carrying firearms while visiting and camping on public lands even where it is legal for them to recreationally shoot the same firearms.

    AB 1810 is dead. This bill provides that firearms reporting and record retention requirements that currently apply only to handguns also apply to long guns.

    AB 2358 is dead too. This bill (1) requires that copies of handgun ammunition sales records be transmitted to the county sheriff or chief of police if required by local law, (2) prohibits, except as specified, vendors providing ammunition sales information to any third party without the written consent of the purchaser or transferee, and require that records of ammunition sales, as specified, that are no longer required to be maintained shall be destroyed in a manner that protects the privacy of the purchaser or transferee who is the subject of the record, (3) provides that law enforcement officials authorized to inspect ammunition sales records may copy those records for investigatory or enforcement purposes, (4) requires vendors to provide written notice to the local police chief or county sheriff of the vendor's intent to conduct business in the jurisdiction, and obtain any regulatory or business license required by the jurisdiction for ammunition sellers, and (5) provides that handgun ammunition may be purchased over the Internet or through other means of remote ordering if a handgun ammunition vendor, as defined, in California initially receives the ammunition and processes the transfer in compliance with specified requirements.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...090100612.html
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    Good to hear. The PDRC still has a long way to go before the masses are once again free citizens.

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    Disappointing, if you ask me. If they had passed it, Alan Gura, if not someone or a group of similar lawyers would have probably launched a fish in a barrel lawsuit within 2 weeks. California was about to put constitution reinstatement into overdrive, which I suspect would have put gun rights at least back to pre black panther hatred days in the state with one or two cases.

    It will still of course be highly possible to sue over other atrocities, but it will be harder now.
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    Answer every question about open carry in Michigan you ever had with one convenient and free book- http://libertyisforeveryone.com/open-carry-resources/

    The complete and utter truth can be challenged from every direction and it will always hold up. Accordingly there are few greater displays of illegitimacy than to attempt to impede free thought and communication.

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    California's Constitutional lacks a Right to Keep and Bear Arms Clause, which is a direct Violation of The Second Amendment of The United States Constitution.
    The next thing California needs to work on is making its Concealed Carry Permits 'shall-issue' in nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aadvark View Post
    California's Constitutional lacks a Right to Keep and Bear Arms Clause, which is a direct Violation of The Second Amendment of The United States Constitution.
    The next thing California needs to work on is making its Concealed Carry Permits 'shall-issue' in nature.
    States are not required to have the bill of rights in their constitution. Until the 14th came along states could infringe upon individual rights as much as they pleased. We were not supposed to be a nation; we were supposed to be a federation. I can understand your confusion though since progressives have been misleading people for 100+ years.

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