Humorous: What the Cali Supreme court wastes its time on
In Cali, where there are few things you can do with a gun, legally; the supreme court wants you to know this:
Shooting at an occupied building or vehicle is still illegal... Even if the muzzle of the weapon has crossed the outer plane of said building or vehicle, and you (your body) are still outside. You are shooting at the building or vehicle not in it.
This is an important distinction in California, where its undoubtedly illegal to shoot in an occupied building or vehicle as well. (But I haven't confirmed that with the Cali Supremes)
This valuable information is provided so that you know if a building is trying to rob you (and it is occupied), you cannot shoot at it... except in self defense... But you probably better be able to prove the building was a threat to your life or limb.
And, as I've often said, it is incumbent upon us as CCW holders to be aware of all the laws of the states in which we reside, or plan to visit with our weapons.
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