California Follows NJ & Retreats On “Good Cause” Requirement for Concealed Carry

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

California – -(AmmoLand.com)- The same day New Jersey dropped the unconstitutional “Justifiable Need” clause from concealed carry permit application California followed suit.

California Attorney General says “effective immediately, issuing authorities should no longer require proof of good cause for the issuance of a public-carry license.”

We will update this story as we get more information.

California Drops Good Cause Requirement for Concealed Carry

California Drops Good Cause Requirement for Concealed Carry

California Drops Good Cause Requirement for Concealed Carry

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musicman44mag

And Gavin hasnone said that they are already writing laws to circumvent the supreme court ruling. So glad I left that kommie state but I traded it for another one and didn’t know it. My bad.

OreGONEISTAN

Coelacanth

Victory is sweet. Savor the taste.

MICHAEL J

Why am I so skeptical about California be so accommodating about anything 2nd Amendment?
This state’s democrats have proven they will stop at nothing to infringe upon law-abiding citizens rights to procure and keep arms. The list of restrictions (just a few) type, ammunition, age, cost and approved hand gun roster. Cities and counties will be tasked, but will they comply?

nrringlee

Some counties will cooperate. I know for a fact that San Bernardino is putting resources in to processing and qualifying CCW applications as fast as they can. They do it at two sites and have deputies dedicated to processing the applications. They have also subcontracted out the shooting qualifications to gun clubs using NRA instructors. This has been going on for a long time. Apple Valley Gun Club is one such site offering this service. But on the flip side you will have many coastal Blue counties who will continue to use Jim Crow tactics to delay and obfuscate and… Read more »

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musicman44mag

Sacramento is the worst. You are not getting a permit there unless you are connected.

swmft

and no title 18 actions taken by justice department

jmb1911

Congradulations to the plaintiffs in this case as the Supreme Court ruled in their favor. Thank you to the Supreme Court justices that made a favorable ruling in this case for the plaintiffs. Unfortunately the anti gun Governor’s of NY(Hochul), NJ( Murphy) CA(Newsome) and big city majors aren’t happy about this ruling. They have said so publicly. Here in NJ, our esteemed progressive governor is already at work compiling a list of places where a firearm cannot be legally carried, despite the US Supreme Court ruling on Bruen vs NY State. Yes, states can set limits on where a firearm… Read more »

nrringlee

By their comments you shall know how they really feel. Riddle me this: why would you ever trust politicians who openly distrust citizens? Inquiring minds would like to know.

swmft

someone who is trusting is usually trustworthy, conversely those who distrust everyone are usually crooked to the core

musicman44mag

Damn good question.

Wass

During the “concealed carry revolution”, in the 1990s, there were forecasts of “shootouts at the Okay Coralle”, “blood in the streets”, etc. Nothing like that ever happened. If there’s going to be any statistical movement resulting from NYSRPA vs Bruen, it’s more than likely going to be in sales of guns, and possibly in lower violent crime stats.

swmft

lower incarceration rates dont need to jail them if they are dead. there will be states that arrest people who kill attackers first time one of these comes up police will find out what loss of public support is, or smart police will support and defend the armed citizen and refuse to arrest them nullifying judge and prosecutors powers

Desert Guy

Joke! “…should no longer require proof…” Might’ve meant something had it read, “… shall no longer require proof…”

swmft

yea a way to ignore the rule

Wass

Now, that the remaining holdouts to “shall issue” must conform to the rest of the states, let’s see if MSM and pols shout out, “blood in the streets”, a year or so from now, as they’ve forecasted.

Finnky

CA does not recognize licenses from any other states. While they will issue to non-residents who live or work in California, but otherwise everyone is SOL if they go to CA. So glad I don’t have any reason to go.

swmft

we need a national gun tour ,like the antique car people do. 1,000 or more visiting every state protect and defend each other would really make them crazy

TheFoe

I’m deeply concerned about what they’ll come up with long term to block the 2A in their states.

swmft

we need a CONSERVATIVE president , the things that are un constitutional could be thrown out without the expense of court hearings , president has committee they read through laws find something that violates constitution present it to scotus for opinion gone no big piles of money ,every lawyer in the country would be screaming

john

Democrats like to through it against the wall and see if it sticks. Their policies undermine our constitution.Their political views on freedom what is good for the elected not for the citizens of The United States. You will never hear a democrat or liberal apologize for their abuse of the system,

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swmft

or theft of election , they scream bloody murder if you use their actions against them , but feal they should be able to cheat at every turn

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DDS

Nothing quite like seeing someone display the courage of their convictions. Could New Jersey have dropped their law any faster if they tried? I feel fairly certain that one of the 8 states will make a show of holding out. In the end, they will lose. When it comes to “top dog” of jurisprudence, SCOTUS is pretty much unquestioned, except by politicians. On that fromt, watch for more noise from Mordor on the Potomac concerning further amending the Constitution to reverse the reversal on Roe v Wade and eliminating/altering the Second Amendment. The next question IMHO is how quickly/slowly will… Read more »

Desert Guy

If it weren’t for their convictions, there would be few Democrats…

swmft

waiting for the lawsuits over wrongly incarcerated people THAT should get some attention

Duane

I am sure the law suits are coming.

Russn8r

Who’s next? New York? LOL

J

I’m waiting to see how Hawaii reacts.
I would imagine there were a lot of soiled britches amongst the politicians.

swmft

I do believe that had a pissing match with them when i worked for dea

swmft

no they are really stupid someone will have to sue them personally before it sinks in they lost

Russn8r

Yep. And arrogant. $100 says NY is the last to comply.

swmft

no bet
I may be crazy but Im not stupid and they are stupid in new york

Last edited 1 month ago by swmft