NRA: California Has More Gun Control in the Budget

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The NRA reports that California is adding more gun control measures to an upcoming public safety budget. IMG NRA-LA

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Tomorrow, June 24, the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee will be hearing several budget trailer bills including Assembly Bill 88 relating to the public safety budget. AB 88 was amended yesterday to include significant policy changes that would expand the definition of “assault weapon” under California's “Assault Weapons Control Act”. Additionally, the bill was amended to expedite the effective date on precursor parts restrictions from 2024 to 2022. ​Email the Budget Committee to urge their opposition to the firearm policy changes contained in AB 88.

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Stag
Stag
17 days ago

This is hilarious considering the NRA helped get the ball rolling when it comes to gun control in CA with the Mulford Act.

The other Jim
The other Jim
18 days ago

@USA A little more compassion, uplifting, faith in good to come and good prevailing, patience: Romans 8:25 But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience; Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Matthew 21:22 And whatever you ask for in prayer, you will receive, if you have faith. Romans 10:17 So faith comes from hearing, and hearing from the word of Christ.

DaveW
DaveW
18 days ago

For every gun manufacturer who gets one approved for sale in California, two guns must be removed from the list of previously approved guns. In no time at all the list would be reduced to near nothing.

GUNFUN
GUNFUN
18 days ago
Reply to  DaveW

“OOOPS. Didn’t see that happening!”

-California in 20 years.

The other Jim
The other Jim
18 days ago
Reply to  DaveW

, yes it appears this is what they are shooting for; in addition to attacking the 2nd. Amendment from other angles as waiting periods; gun parts; age limits; mental capacity(some locals $150 psychological testing); ammunition purchases; initial fees $200 with limitations of 2-year renewal at $44; law bills to require liability insurance before purchase; and the radical left just keep it coming right down to the bb gun, sling shot, toy cap gun, cartoon characters depicted carrying guns.

Tionico
Tionico
18 days ago
Reply to  The other Jim

And after all that, next up will be the requirement to get a permit to possess a rock. Per the record, when Cain murdered his brother Abel the “incident report” does not even name the tool used, does it? And did the Head Law Enforcer issue some decree that henceforth NO ONE may have (insert name of weapon here)? Nope. He punished the murderer and left it at that.
Stupid gummit dweebs think they’re smarter than the One who made everything from naught.

Finnky
Finnky
17 days ago
Reply to  DaveW

– No pistols added to roster in years and none expected due to impossible micros-stamping requirements. Seems to me they may be anticipating a court throw out micro-stamping. Personally I don’t see how courts have allowed roster to stand in any form.
OTOH – This may simply be virtue signaling like most gun control. No intent to achieve anything and no regard for harm the law will cause – just hope to gain name recognition among the brain-dead.

The other Jim
The other Jim
19 days ago

Paragraph’s 16, 17, 18…it would appear now that in California if passed a .22 Rifle with tubular magazine of more than 10 rounds would be an assault weapon and need to be registered if one is owned and outlawed after July 1, 2020. Pretty soon there will be nothing left in California and then the same old dance…Judge Roger Benitez will deem it unconstitutional, the ninth circuit will overturn Benitez’s correct ruling, the Supreme Court will delay, hold over to the future 1-2 years based on bogus circumstances, then the Supreme’s will simply refuse to hear any of the clearly… Read more »

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
18 days ago
Reply to  The other Jim

Spam and conspiracy theories. Ignoring you.

GUNFUN
GUNFUN
18 days ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

Not sure what you mean by spam and conspiracy theories. Stuff like this doesn’t quit happening.

Tionico
Tionico
18 days ago
Reply to  GUNFUN

Nor can anyone simly block the sender from sending more.

The other Jim
The other Jim
18 days ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

@Ryben
What Spam, that is the part of Bill the article is about… California Assembly Bill 88.
What Conspiracy, this is exactly what has been happening…see Michael J. below 1 hour ago.

MICHAEL J
MICHAEL J
18 days ago
Reply to  The other Jim

That’s exactly what what happened with the high capacity magazines and ammunition background/interstate sales.
Add those to the handgun roster. The system is rigged to favor crooked AG Becerra who used 9th circuit to stay the lower courts decisions and to eventually
use the Supreme Court to refuse a review.