CA Senate Passes SB 53 -- UBCs, Permits, and Fees for Ammo Purchases

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    CA Senate Passes SB 53 -- UBCs, Permits, and Fees for Ammo Purchases

    Well folks... none too surprising but CA has passed SB 53 which would mean UBCs, permits, and additional fees for purchasing ammo. Maybe a little bit of old news, as it was passed on May 29th of this year but I hadn't heard much about it until today.

    From CNS News:

    All ammunition sales would have to be face-to-face, happening only in the presence of a store clerk; and vendors selling the bullets would have to submit sales records to the California Department of Justice. Those vendors also would need a permit to sell ammunition.
    If they can't get the guns... looks like the ammo/reloading supplies are next on their list.

    Also, six other bills as part of their 'LIFE' (Lifesaving Intelligent Firearms Enforcement) Act:

    Fixed magazines: SB 374 (Steinberg): Prohibits the future sale, purchase, manufacture, importation, or transfer in California of semi-automatic rifles that can accept detachable magazines. It also expands ownership records, ensuring all handguns and long guns with detachable magazines are recorded. “This legislative action decisively closes the loopholes that have allowed the gun industry to flood our communities with rapid-reload battlefield weapons,” Steinberg said. Passed on a 23-15 vote.

    High Capacity magazines: SB 396 (Hancock): Bans possession of ammunition magazines over 10 rounds. Passed on a 25-14 vote. “California has good regulations, but gun manufacturers have found ways around them,” Sen. Loni Hancock said. “This bill closes the loopholes that allowed the discharge of large amounts of ammunition without reloading and will make our state a safer place.”

    Bullet button: SB 47 (Yee): Bans modification tools that allow magazines to be rapidly detached and replaced on semi-automatic rifles. Passed on a 23-15 vote.

    Shotgun Definition: SB 567 (Jackson): Updates the definition of a banned shotgun with a revolving cylinder to include the new technology of a shotgun-rifle combination. Passed on a 22-15 vote.

    APPS Expansion: SB 755 (Wolk): Expands the Armed Prohibited Persons System (APPS) by adding additional drug and alcohol offenses. Passed on a 25-14 vote.

    Fire arm safety certificate: SB 683 (Block): Expands the current handgun safety certificate to all new gun purchases, ensuring all new gun owners have a basic training and understanding of how their new firearm works. “It makes no sense to require safety certificates only for buyers of handguns but not of those buying rifles or shotguns,” Sen. Marty Block said. Passed on a 28-11 vote.
    I guess the fastest reload really will be second gun.
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    They just put the nown 'Black' back into the term of 'Black Market'. Some people are going to get rich off of this! Just Sayin............
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    Tick tock...tick tock...tick tock...

    Should start smelling the rank BS floating up the valley any minute.
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    That specific gun shop, on the edge of the CA Border (pick one - they are dancing and singing right now because of the profit they are about to make) is very happy.

    CA just outsoursed more jobs and tax revenue to border states! God bless the CA Progressive Liberal stupid government!
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    Note that since "transfer" generally includes "testamentary transfer", SB 374 would make it impossible to inherit the described firearms, eliminating them within California in a generation.

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    Blood will run in the streets....No, really, it will.....
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    Well, I am now starting a business in NV where we will be Bonded, and secure your firearms from CA. Oops, the USA is a federation of individual states with individual state rights! Sweet $$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    Let the people in the crap holes of Oakland and LA (both Progressivly Leftist led) defend themselves with sticks against criminals who have firearms. That would make a wicked Reality TV Show, no?
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    Just pathetic
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    Also, six other bills as part of their 'LIFE' (Lifesaving Intelligent Firearms Enforcement) Act
    L: Lilliputians ...
    I: Innoculated,
    F: Flagellated and
    E: Emasculated

    Act, def: One of successive parts or performances (as in a variety show or circus).


    They said it. And that's pretty much what it is. Criminalizing of citizens, presumption of guilt, non-impact on violent felons or crime, a rising "criminal" population, a rising tide of citizens forcibly divested of their rights (RKBA), and a rising problem in a state riddled with incapability to deal with its criminal population and crime as it stands. The state of CA has officially become the state of discombobulation.
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    I'm not sure why California doesn't want to secede from the union and form its own utopia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badey View Post
    I'm not sure why California doesn't want to secede from the union and form its own utopia
    Under Roberts Rules of Order - I will Second the above. Bye, bye CA................. And also, we will enforse border protection rules against your CA citizens. Hey, they chose it...............
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    My latest purchase ....just for the sticker aspect ....

    I just got this . The sticker sold me

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    It's a dream of mine, but I wish that all gun companies would refuse to sell ALL firearms to the State of CA that were prohibited to civilians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    It's a dream of mine, but I wish that all gun companies would refuse to sell ALL firearms to the State of CA that were prohibited to civilians.
    Should be an industry-wide policy adopted voluntarily by each and every arms-related firm, IMO.

    Of course, CA is a big enough economy that they'd have a dozen foreign makers drooling at the doorsteps, the moment such a move was made. Still, it might well be the best thing, overall. It's not as though the citizens can be harmed by such a step, if already denied/controlled on such things. Deny/control in exactly the same measure, to the state hirelings; and boost the price 5x. Absolutely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    Of course, CA is a big enough economy that they'd have a dozen foreign makers drooling at the doorsteps, the moment such a move was made. Still, it might well be the best thing, overall. It's not as though the citizens can be harmed by such a step, if already denied/controlled on such things.
    - Then they would have to explain why they're not supporting the U.S. economy and instead buying foreign made guns.
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