California: San Jose City Council Hearing Tomorrow!

 

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Last week, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announced a package of anti-gun proposals, which include annual fees on gun owners. IMG iStock 884191010

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Last week, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announced a package of anti-gun proposals, which include annual fees on gun owners, mandatory insurance, and mandatory audio/video recording of firearm purchases to name a few. These proposals may sound familiar, because the Mayor made similar proposals in 2020 and 2019.

Tomorrow, June 15th, the San Jose City Council will hear one of the proposals, File 21-1393. This proposal will place additional restrictions on top of the many existing citY, state, and federal laws. For information on participating in the meeting, which will be held remotely by video conference, or to view the agenda, you may click herePlease click the “Take Action” button below to contact the City Council and ask them to OPPOSE File 21-1393.

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File 21-1393 requires licensed firearm dealers to obtain a city “Firearm Business License” for retail sales or transfers of any firearms or ammunition. Further, it requires licensees to record audio and video of every firearm and ammunition transaction and prohibits the sale of firearms from licensees operating out of a residence.

Licensed firearms dealers are already heavily regulated, with California having some of the most stringent laws, on top of the existing federal laws and regulations. Additionally, licensed dealers in California already record information on all purchasers of firearms and ammunition. The proposed ordinance will only add to the complexity and cost of operating a small business, which will in turn be passed on to consumers. Criminals will continue to bypass lawful channels and will benefit from California’s soft-on-crime approach. ​

Please stay tuned to www.nraila.org and your email inbox for further updates.


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DIYinSTL
DIYinSTL
1 month ago

If the San Jose rule does not specify resolution, record video at 10dpi and audio either from 300Hz to 400Hz or a low sample rate; good enough to make it out with a lot of effort and a dozen replays but not good enough for a voice print. This, of course, is just to conserve resources and be environmentally responsible. And if you need to submit them, use recycled 3-1/2″ diskettes. Sorry mayor, the store does not have a computer connected to the internet so we can’t upload the files.

Last edited 1 month ago by DIYinSTL
musicman44mag
musicman44mag
1 month ago

The mayor made similar proposals in 2019 and 2020 and now he is at it again? The definition of insanity should come to play here. Pelosi would be pushing that if he were republican and she was against anything that anyone wanted just like with President Trump. Stop voting these idiots in Kommiefornia and if you move to another state, go with the flow and leave your ideologies behind and learn a new way of thinking and living. It’s called being free. You don’t realize that you had been a prisoner and brain washed until you have been away for… Read more »

HLB
HLB
1 month ago

Metaphorically, when fired upon, return fire.

HLB