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California Looking at Additions to Current Gun Control


Among all the problems that California has, their restrictions to the 2nd Amendment, ranks at the top, and they’re not done shredding it.

The California legislature has reconvened after the summer break and is wasting no time coming after the gun owners and manufacturers.

The “Public Safety Trailer Bill”, or CA SB 119, expands the definition of the “Assault Weapons Control Act” as well as expedites the regulation of firearm assembly parts.

The NRA says citizens need to act if they're going to stop it from taking affect.

As you recall, just prior to recess, the California Assembly sent AB 88, the Public Safety Budget Trailer Bill that was riddled with anti-gun language, back to the Senate for additional work. Unfortunately, when it comes to gun control and the California Legislature, some things never change. The Assembly is expected to vote this week on SB 118, another Public Safety Trailer Bill with identical anti-gun provisions. SB 118 expands California's "Assault Weapons Control Act" and expedites the effective date for precursor firearm part restrictions.

Contact your Assembly Member today and urge their opposition to the gun control provisions contained in SB 118! Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your Assembly Member.

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12 thoughts on “California Looking at Additions to Current Gun Control”

  1. Leave it to California to keep replaying the same scene over and over again and hoping for a different outcome. They have the strictest gun control in the nation and one of the highest deaths by firearm, too. Maybe your armed criminals know that this state is unarmed? Maybe the State Senate have relatives that are into robbing people at gunpoint just for something to do? Get your head out of your arse and smell the roses.

  2. Is there any apparatus like a big laser that we could just cut the state of California off and sort of push it out into the Pacific?