California: Call to Action Opposing Drastic Anti-Gun Legislation Needed

Assemblyman Richard Pan is a Key Member of the Assembly Appropriations Committee and Must Hear from You NOW


Charlotte, NC –-(  Today, Friday, August 30th 2013, the Assembly Appropriations Committee will be casting a series of historic votes on your gun rights in California.

Currently the following anti-gun bills are in this committee suspense file due to the excessive cost of MILLIONS of dollars for implementation being imposed on YOU and the other citizens of California.

  • Senate Bill 47 (Yee) would ban the use of a “bullet button” on semi-automatic rifles to comply with current law by classifying firearms with “bullet buttons” as “assault weapons” and banning their future sale or transfer.  Continued legal possession would require that you REGISTER and pay a FEE (TAX) on ALL of your semi-autos with “bullet buttons.”
  • Senate Bill 53 (DeLeon) would require Californians to obtain a permit BEFORE purchasing ammunition, require a background check before every future ammunition purchase and require registration of ALL ammunition that you purchase.
  • Senate Bill 374 (Steinberg) would ban the future sale or transfer of and classify ALL semi-automatic rifles with a detachable magazine or holding more than ten rounds of ammunition as “assault weapons.”  Continued legal possession would require that you REGISTER and pay a FEE (TAX) on ALL your semi-autos newly classified as “assault weapons.”
  • Senate Bill 396 (Hancock) would ban the possession of ALL magazines over ten rounds, including the millions of “grandfathered” standard capacity magazines currently legally possessed by Californians.

It is essential that you voice your opposition to these nonsensical bills that would only affect and punish law-abiding citizens.  Please contact Assemblyman Richard Pan tomorrow, August 29 and urge him to VOTE NO on ALL anti-gun bills in Assembly Appropriations Committee suspense file.

Assemblyman Richard Pan

Phone (916) 319-2009

Fax (916) 319-2109

E-mail – [email protected]

In addition, please urge your family, friends, fellow gun owners, sportsmen and Second Amendment supporters throughout California to contact Assemblyman Richard Pan and tell him to oppose all anti-gun legislation in the Assembly Appropriations Committee suspense file.
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Gun control, as well as other assaults on our god given and constitutional rights, are carried out by those in government who feel they know what’s best for their subjects. I believe those politicians on the left have a very low opinion for those whom they serve. Ironically, most of us on the right and believe in the constitutional republic, understand how the left thinks. The voters on the left, who elected these idiots into office, follow these leaders blindly into a sea of stupidity and our eventual demise as a free nation.


I hate the direction CA is going. I have lived in this state my whole life and I keep voting as a libertarian to the issues important to me and this is one of them. I hope that some day in the near future people in this state as well as the elected officials wake up and sees they are driving good business and good people from this state in the “interest of security” when in fact this “security” is not wanted nor is it effective. Give me my freedom and money and guns and stop perpetuating the reliance on… Read more »


I am so sick of hearing about kommiefornia. The dumocrats voted those folks in, stand and fight like I plan on doing when obummer starts the war.


Sounds like a revolution is in order in KAli.


California is screwed up big time. SB53 passed, SB374 passed. Have not heard about the other two.