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Anything affecting CA gun owners come 2005?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by 10-Ring, Nov 21, 2004.

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  1. 10-Ring

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    I was just wondering...are any new laws taking effect that will further restrict my gun ownership capability? :cuss: :banghead:
     
  2. Jim March

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    The biggest threat is this idiotic "stamp a number on every bullet and shell" madness being pushed by Bill Lockyer.

    We're going to fight back, killing that mess off (Arnold's office is already asking pointed questions) and pushing shall-issue with the data from:

    http://www.equalccw.com/prarwars.html
     
  3. Fiero

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    .50 Cal BMG guns of any type will no longer be legal to purchase in the new year. Sooo, if you want one of these, you better buy & Register in the next few weeks.
     
  4. LAR-15

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    With Arnold in you don't what he will sign or veto.
     
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    When do these start? The first in 05 and the 2nd in 06? Or is it 06 and 07?


    All handguns sold in Ca must have a magazine disconnect

    and

    All guns sold in CA must have a loaded chamber indicator.


    einstein
     
  7. Jim March

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    Santa Cruz *PD* doesn't issue. Sheriff, some.
     
  8. El Rojo

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    Will this state ever turn around? The only way I can see it happening I won't mention for the High Road, but lets just say it would involve a terrorist, a nuclear device, and a large city. What a crappy situation when the only way you can think of winning back your state is if a lot of people die.
     
  9. M1911Owner

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    El Rojo, remember that using a nuclear device can't happen in some areas in California, like Sebastopol, that have outlawed nukes by becoming a "Nuclear-Free Zone."
     
  10. 50 Shooter

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    "Anything affecting CA gun owners come 2005?"

    Yep, Arnie!
     
  11. jnojr

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    But there isn't enough "nuke control"! A terrorist could detonate his nuke in an adjoining city that hasn't had the foresight to ban nukes, and that detonation would affect the nuke-free city! It just goes to show we need more nuke control at a state or Federal level. Only then will the children be safe!
     
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