California High Cap Magazine Ban Bill Fails Today

California High Cap Magazine Ban Bill Fails Today

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    California High Cap Magazine Ban Bill Fails Today

    A proposal that would have banned ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 bullets failed Thursday in the state Legislature.

    SB396 by Democratic Sen. Loni Hancock of Berkeley was placed in the inactive file, a day after it failed to gain enough votes to pass the Assembly.
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    I wonder if what happened in Colorado had anything to do with this failing....
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    In California???? Whoa....
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    They are already illegal to acquire, this was an attempt to make people turn in the ones they have.

    Governor Brown should be thinking about CO politics when the bills that did pass come to his desk...
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    A magazine ban failed in California? They've had their lips around that one like flies on molasses. It's a surprise, to me, they couldn't garner the votes. I'm betting the writing on the wall from the recalls is speaking volumes. S.649's abject failure didn't do it, not with the recent successful anti-gunner push to a renewed AWB and the other silly measures. They've still got a stack of anti-liberty bills that would choke a mule, waiting in the wings, and I don't see those going anywhere but forward.
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    At least one good piece of news from there.
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    They're still (insert 5 letter word describing human waste).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    A magazine ban failed in California? They've had their lips around that one like flies on molasses. It's a surprise, to me, they couldn't garner the votes. I'm betting the writing on the wall from the recalls is speaking volumes. S.649's abject failure didn't do it, not with the recent successful anti-gunner push to a renewed AWB and the other silly measures. They've still got a stack of anti-liberty bills that would choke a mule, waiting in the wings, and I don't see those going anywhere but forward.
    I think many in CA care only about national news they make or can make bigger (like Sandy Hook) and consider themselves above liberty - to them an inconvenience of grass-roots people that they would call, "clingers" who don't even have an interest in controlling other people's lives - who are social and political throwbacks to too many "progressive" CA snobs. At least, the way I see it, as a sine qua non, one must hold an attitude of total mastery over all life and all people to so readily violate 2A because I don't believe that they, themselves, believe that these laws will make people safer. Such know-it-alls should at least have the burden of proof.

    The world is a dangerous place. The question becomes one of balance between risk and costs of eliminating risk. Even totalitarians can affect only so much security. The founders put a limit on how best to deal with risk. They chose not to limit the right to take responsibility for self defense by arms but, to the contrary, to enshrine that right.

    Thanks to the good voters of CA in too few assembly districts like Lake Elsinore who elect good members like Melissa Melendez, "Not everyone who owns a weapon or a magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds is a mass murderer or a criminal," she said.

    [N]ot all the firearms legislation introduced this year survived.
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    It was not immediately clear why SB396 could not muster a sufficient number of votes in the Assembly, but the move to shelve the legislation came the same week that two Democratic state lawmakers in Colorado were recalled by voters after supporting gun control legislation.
    And thanks to the voters of the key districts of CO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    They're still (insert 5 letter word describing human waste).
    I got nothing with 5 letters. I got a bunch of four letter words.
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    They announced they were ready to vote somebody said "Colorado" and the vote had to be delayed until the floor was mopped and trousers changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phreddy View Post
    I got nothing with 5 letters. I got a bunch of four letter words.
    Maybe he was thinking plural?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    They're still (insert 5 letter word describing human waste).
    Quote Originally Posted by phreddy View Post
    I got nothing with 5 letters. I got a bunch of four letter words.

    Think of a word that rhymes with Snoopy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenGoodLuck View Post
    Think of a word that rhymes with Snoopy.
    No No a word that rhymes with "hitty". Also think of the asian groundskeepers in the movie "Major League".
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    OK. I was thinking nouns not adjectives.

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