California never fails to disappoint

You’d think at this point California would have run out of gun control laws to put on the books, but as it turns out legislators have sent quite a few proposals to Governor Gavin Newsom this year, and time is running out for the governor to veto any of the proposals. NRA-ILA notes that there are currently nine different bills sitting on the governor’s desk, and unless Newsom issues a formal veto, the bills will become law in just a matter of days.

The bills range from an expansion of the state’s “one handgun per month” rationing scheme to extending the time period that a “gun violence restraining order” is in effect from one year to five years. There’s also a bill that expands the list of who can request such a restraining order.
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7 Responses to California never fails to disappoint

  1. Bad_Brad says:

    When is a gun law not a gun law? When Law Enforcement refuses to enforce it. That’s my NorCal county. There are many more.

  2. the other other Andrew says:

    All arms and armament control laws are illegal. All. Brass Knuckles to crossbows to swords to guns to cannon to armed ships to armed camels (yes, armed camels, it is a thing…) to armed planes to…

    All of it, arms, the right to keep and bear shall not be infringed.

    What part of 2nd grade English do these people not understand?

    Bastards.

  3. Elmo says:

    From the article- “Another bill would require background checks for anybody purchasing gun parts, which would make it impossible to order parts online unless they were shipped to a licensed precursor parts dealer.”

    In other words, California is about to make buying a Timney trigger, a Boyds stock or a $5 Wolff hammer spring as difficult as purchasing a new firearm.

  4. lineman says:

    I wonder how bad it has to get before gun owners get the hell out of that state and quit feeding the beast that wants to devour them…

  5. Elmo says:

    “No state does it as well or as comprehensively as the state of California, and we still have a long way to go.”
    Gavin Newsom at the bill signing.

Play nice.