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|October 29, 2014, 08:28 PM||#1|
Join Date: February 7, 2010
California Assault Weapons Ban 1989 onwards
It was one of the finest of the states and it's a shame about the low-ebb these days.
Anyway, just a few weeks ago I got a message on my Youtube account from a young Californian man.
He'd traveled in his car with his sidearm in a glovebox. Innocently he thought this was ok doing that, alas as many of us know that's not the case when you don't have a CHL.
Unfortunately he was pulled over during a routine traffic stop and his car was searched.
Well the long story short is they found the gun, charged him with not transporting it correctly and confiscated it pending court appearance.
He told me all this having been watched my Cali Gun Law video (a shame he had not seen it prior to being pulled over).
With this in mind I decided to get another video made in the hope that it may prevent others from accidentally ending up in a Californian nightmare!
Sorry for the ramble, here's the video.
Incidentally the youth says he's been told he'll get his pistol back BUT will be getting hit with a misdemenour sentence (he's pleading guilty). This occurred in central Cali. I believe.
My Youtube Channel:http://www.youtube/watchryder
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