If you thought California gun control laws are strict now... just wait

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    More of the same. These wackos won't be able to sleep at night until all firearms are made illegal to possess in California.
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    The sad thing is that there is no logic applied. Just fear and knee jerk reactions with the hope of getting the ban in place before more rational minds take over. Most of the banned items on the AR15's are ridiculous anyway. Please, someone tell me how a pistol grip, flash hider or a folding stock will make an AR15 more dangerous with those items.

    Sure, let's just try to create a new felon class of citizens who never hurt anyone while ignoring that open border and drug cartel problem. That aughtta do the trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaDawg View Post
    More of the same. These wackos won't be able to sleep at night until all firearms are made illegal to possess in California.
    These so called wackos know exactly what they want and know full well how to achieve their goal. Don't kid yourself into thinking that they are just a bunch off crazies. The laws that we have on the books are proof that they are winning.

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    Kind of like putting small bandage on a severed carotid artery. What purpose does it serve, other than to make someone feel like they're doing something useful.
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    The funny thing is, these high capacity magazines actually saved lives in a way. They jammed. It's a notorious issue with large capacity magazines.

    Had they not been available what would have happened? Maybe they would have used home made bombs, maybe they would have had multiple magazines and killed far more people because they are relatively easy to use and don't jam very often.

    In the end, these laws will kill more people than they save. Sometimes life is strange that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaDawg View Post
    More of the same. These wackos won't be able to sleep at night until all firearms are made illegal to possess in California.
    Cocaine and meth are banned here too. You ought to see how well THAT'S working out.
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    Anyone surprised by this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJon10125 View Post
    Anyone surprised by this?
    Nope.
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    I dont see if all these weapons are so bad and have no legal use, why isnt law enforcement in California upheld to the same standards as its citizens. If citizens cant defend themselves why let LEO's defend themselves. Id be calling for equal gun rights, no in reallity Id leave.

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    I don't think this is coming just from California. I'm hearing anti gun discussions everywhere I go. People are demanding that laws be enacted to outlaw guns or at least limit the 'Assault' weapons and smaller magazine capacities. We sure didn't need Zimmerman and then two mass shootings in a row. Guns stories are the hot topic in the news.
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    Quote Originally Posted by From the article
    In the new language the definition of an illegal detachable magazine now includes a magazine that can be detached “either with the finger or by use of a tool or bullet.”
    An unremovable magazine? He'll explain how the dang thing's to be loaded at all, I'm sure ... Bueller ... Bueller?

    So what happens with bullet button weapons that have already been sold? “They would in fact not be in compliance with the law, and so owners would have to take away some of the features if they are going to keep it,” said Yee.
    All rifles with magazines would be illegal, then, seeing as how any magazine removable via finger or tool would criminalize the owner. (Uh, no that would be Yee, and the Assembly weenies if they sign on for this mess.)

    After three months of without comment on the bullet button issue, the Attorney General said in a statement to CBS 5: “I applaud the legislature’s interest in addressing this problem, and support efforts to pass legislation needed to restore the law’s original intent.”
    He's right on one point: the original intent was muddy, at the time, though many of us saw it clearly for what it was. If Yee and the Assembly cement this into law, it'll clarify a lot more than magazines.

    Kafka and Rand were right. Coming to a neighborhood near you ... if we let it.
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    Quote: “I think, in the capital, people now realize that we have got to do something about these assault weapons, and if there is a leakage in that particular ban then we have got to plug that particular hole.”


    I wonder who he is refering to when he says in the capital? He is probably trying to refer to the people of the state, but we all know he is refering to the dirty politicians who want more control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigStick View Post
    Quote: “I think, in the capital, people now realize that we have got to do something about these assault weapons, and if there is a leakage in that particular ban then we have got to plug that particular hole.”

    I wonder who he is refering to when he says in the capital? He is probably trying to refer to the people of the state, but we all know he is refering to the dirty politicians who want more control.
    At some point, the People will likely need to pull the fingers out and let the dam burst, as it'll be about the only way to wash all that dirt away. A good, solid flood. That'll do 'er ... maybe.
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    Remember, what happens in California, eventually infects the rest of the nation. For some reason it follows the jet stream.
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