National Gun Control – California Style

Fairfax, VA – -( Gun control laws aren’t about stopping violent criminals, they are about burdening law-abiding gun owners.

Few pieces of anti-gun legislation illustrate this fact better than H.R.1705/S.1924, which would extend anti-gun lawmakers’ cumbersome so-called “universal” background check proposal to cover the commercial and private transfers of ammunition. On September 23, 2019, this onerous plan received the support of 21 politically minded state attorneys general, who signed a letter to congressional leadership advocating for the proposal.

H.R.1705, introduced by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz (D-Fla.), would treat commercial sales of ammunition in the same manner as the commercial sale of firearms. Under the legislation, any person seeking to purchase ammunition at a store would be required to undergo an FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) check before acquiring the ammunition.


Just one more reason to stockpile ammo.

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14 Responses to National Gun Control – California Style

  1. Cavguy says:

    Makes perfectly good sense from the communist point of view. This to will be on the books at some point to include an outrageous tax on the sale of ammo.

    Keep a list of the public officials who vote this un-constitutional tripe into law. They sleep sometime and somewhere. (22lr BOTH.)

    At some point there will be lots of guns, ammo, and gear laying around for the grabbing. If one survives the contact.



    (Mr fbi, dhs and fusion center hero these comments are for entertainment only and do not reflect any reality).

  2. Nemo says:

    …and yet another reason not to vote for a Demonrat, EVER. Although some Republicans are just as bad.

  3. Damn, she's an ugly bitch.!@luuis says:

    Damn, she’s an ugly bitch.

  4. Tsquared says:

    Stockpile reloading components. Four 8 pound jugs of CFEpistol, lead bars, molds, and 100k primers goes a long way. That’s just pistol. I am not going into Rifle.

  5. CC says:

    That going to apply to reloading components?
    If they don’t know what those are, for fucks sake don’t tell them!

  6. JFM says:

    This is the chick who thought it was a good idea to hire a Pakistani family to do the congressional I.T. and security. THAT story faded quickly.

    • Elmo says:

      Yeah, the Awan brothers.
      One of their flaming moron clients is now California’s Attorney General. That story didn’t have to fade. It never made the news to begin with.

  7. PoppaGary says:

    It seems like every few days we are taking one huge step after another towards bad things.

    National Ammo Day November 19th
    Learn to reload or have a good friend that does.
    While one can always have more, I’m sure many have enough…at least to start and carry on for a while.

  8. AND yet another reason to learn how to reload and stock up on primers and powders.

  9. trib says:

    Thanks for the heads up.

  10. Antibubba says:

    I could only buy so much ammo; I live on the second floor.

  11. Brian P. says:

    Aren’t these the same politicans who want to exempt gang members from red-flag laws because “racism”? And I hate this BS redefinition of “arms” as only meaning the empty firearm. Hey dipshit pols and sheeple, “arms” is short for “armaments” meaning weapons. I doubt they’d like if we only allowed people to have paper without ink. Or computers without power cords. Or how about you can have a car and driver’s license but you have to pass a background check for every gallon of gas. And add a $20 dollar “safety” tax to each purchase.

    • Rick says:

      And of all those but one are privileges, ie, not constitutionally protected rights.

  12. WestcoastDeplorable says:

    It’s already the law in Cali. And woe onto you if you decide to sneak in some outa state ammo.

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