NRA-ILA: California Anti-Gun Bills Head to Assembly Floor

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No rest for the wicked: California Lawmakers are back to their old, anti-gun tricks again.IMG NRA-ILA

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Yesterday, the Assembly Appropriations Committee took up the suspense file and passed SB 264, with amendments that narrow the scope of the bill to prohibit firearm, ammunition, and parts sales in the 32nd District Agricultural Association (Orange County/Costa Mesa), and SB 715, legislation that limits when a hunting license can be used for firearm purchases. These bills will now head to the Assembly floor, where they will soon be eligible for votes. Please contact your Assemblymember and ask them to OPPOSE SB 264 and SB 715.

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Senate Bill 264, as amended, prohibits officers, employees, operators, lessees, or licensees of the 32nd District Agricultural Association from entering into any agreement to allow for the sale of any firearm, firearm parts, or ammunition on property or buildings that comprise the OC Fair and Event Center or properties in Orange County and Costa Mesa that are owned, leased, operated, or occupied by the District. This imposes a one-size-fits-all restriction to prevent officials from deciding how to use venues. In addition, this prevents businesses from renting taxpayer-funded venues for lawful activities.

Senate Bill 715 limits when a hunting license satisfies the requirements for adults under 21 purchasing a long gun, by requiring the license to be currently valid. At present, a person may use an unexpired hunting license or a hunting license “that was issued for the hunting season immediately preceding the calendar year in which the person takes title or possession of a firearm.” This means an individual who has purchased a license for an upcoming season or had purchased a now-expired hunting license for the previous year will not satisfy the requirements of the bill.​

Again, please contact your Assemblymember and ask them to OPPOSE SB 264 and SB 715.


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DaveW
DaveW
23 days ago

Kabul is just another Democrat version of fast and furious operation. Time for some shock and awe. A little stealth goes a long way. Take ’em out. They don’t have a positive impact on society. The, when they are all gone, send the ones Obama and Biden, etc., settled in the USA back to fill the void.

nrringlee
nrringlee
23 days ago

And the answer is…………………………..when political classes have lost their moral, ethical and spiritual compass and have torn the moral and ethical fabric out of a society they must resort to a tidal wave of law and threat of state force to maintain order. Such is the case with Kalifornia. New Left Progressives successfully marched through all of the institutions of society, burning and breaking along the way and now preside over a dystopia. Moral restraint now dead is now replaced by brute state force to maintain order. It is a losing battle folks. Revival or bust.

swmft
swmft
23 days ago
Reply to  nrringlee

machine guns allow you to hold your own against superior numbers ,know how to make and use them and small calibers and bbs can be used to great effect as can black powder cannon pre loaded and waxed to protect powder

Son of Waylon
Son of Waylon
23 days ago
Reply to  nrringlee

Yeah after seeing the weapons left behind on purpose for the enemy to use, I won’t be participating in any demands , turn ins, destroying, thank you for playing