Senator Leland Yee's SB 249 makes thousands of law-abiding California gun owners criminals.What is SB 249?
Senate Bill 249 is a California State Senate bill, authored by Senator Leland Yee (San Francisco), designed to prohibit the possession, importation, making, selling, transferring, or loaning of any [firearm] "conversion kit."
What happens if SB 249 passes?
If SB 249 passes, beginning July 1, 2013, violating the newly-added gun control laws would subject people to civil and criminal liability. California Penal Code section 17(a) makes a violation of SB 249, if enacted, a misdemeanor crime. SB 249 would also allow a prosecutor to bring a civil action against a person possessing a "conversion kit." Such a civil action could impose a fine and require the owner to surrender their weapon without compensation.
What can I do to STOP SB 249?
The STOP SB 249 campaign has made it easy for you to take action against this bill. Please visit Take Action! | Stop SB 249! and take advantage of our many free tools that allow you to STAND UP and FIGHT BACK against SB 249 and the gun-grabbing Sen. Leland Yee.
Who is STOP SB 249 and StopSB249.org?
The STOP SB 249 campaign is a coalition made up of The Calguns Foundation, Cal-FFL, and thousands of law-abiding California gun owners and civil rights advocates opposed to SB 249.
For more information on SB 249 and how it could affect you, your Second Amendment rights, and possibly even your business, please visit:
Stop SB 249! | A campaign to STOP California Senate Bill 249
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