As California goes...so goes the nation...Disturbing ammo law
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    Exclamation As California goes...so goes the nation...Disturbing ammo law

    California will now require a thumb print to purchase ammunition and in Tijuana the drug cartel will relieve you of your thumb for choosing the wrong side.
    California passes tougher ammunition laws amid escalating border violence
    Border violence continues to escalate along the San Diego/Mexico border with Mexican official Rogelio Sanchez being kidnapped by the Mexican drug cartel. Last week his lifeless body was left to hang on a busy overpass in Tijuana, naked with his genitalia cut off.

    Right up the street in San Diego, residents will have to jump through another hoop to protect their families from growing violence.

    Phoenix Arizona lays claim to the second highest kidnapping rate in the world behind Mexico City and there is growing speculation that the kidnapping rate is growing in the county of San Diego.

    The cost of illegal immigration has more than financial costs. Currently the state expends in the neighborhood of $10 billion per year, the criminal element adds a whole new dynamic to this equation.

    So why make it harder for the law-abiding gun owners to purchase ammunition? Why make it more costly for law enforcement officials to purchase ammunition to practice at the shooting range?

    This is just another hit in a long list of revenue killer laws that intend to drive California into the ground. What will stop residents from purchasing bullets and providing tax revenue in Arizona, Nevada and Oregon?

    Nothing.

    What will stop criminals from owning and loading their weapons?

    Nothing.


    AB962 was penned by Assemblyman Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles and bans direct shipping to Californians who buy bullets via mail order or over the Internet as well.


    Now lawful gun owners will have to pick up their bullets at a licensed handgun ammunition dealer, and file paperwork similar to the way guns are bought and sold.


    The legislation will not require a waiting period like firearms, however all handgun ammunition must be stored behind the counters.


    Along with a thumb print, ammo purchasers will also need to provide photo identification.
    The information obtained by the store owner will now be kept on file and made available any law enforcement agencies.
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    and guess what you A-HOLE law makers? the criminals will still get their ammo! all you have done is make it harder for the law abiding. but I guess that's your plan anyway.
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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    Coming to a city near you. Better stock up now.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    I don't really think California will lead the nation. They already have some of the strictest gun laws and most states haven't adapted anything close. It is worth watching though.

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    I got an idea, how about keeping crimenals behind bars longer and if more room is needed execute the sentences on death row
    "You can get a lot accomplished if you don't care who gets the credit" - Ronald Reagan

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuhr52 View Post
    I got an idea, how about keeping crimenals behind bars longer and if more room is needed execute the sentences on death row
    That's entirely too logical to happen.

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    I guess "black market bullets" will be the revenue generator for the BG's now like dope and stolen handguns. $100 per box off the street.

    You can buy a carton of cigarettes here in NC for $30 and smuggle it to NY where they are $75 and make a nice profit. Next they'll be buying cases of ammo to smuggle to CA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuhr52 View Post
    I got an idea, how about keeping crimenals behind bars longer and if more room is needed execute the sentences on death row
    +1 on capitol punishment... I'm all for it... They send them to prison for gang initiation and re-education...

    Well that sucks... Some years ago the federal government went looking for a solution for air pollution and a solution for, or perhaps a benchmark for automobile emmisions standards and where do you think they looked? California...Yea...
    C. A. R. B. OBD II (California Air Regulatory Board). Yea...

    God help us... Please...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    What'll you think the market will be for fake thumbprints? You know, a latex slip-on like I've seen amateur magicians wear, which they use to hide coins and stuff...Maybe I'll start another business...gotta think like a capitalist...

  11. Here's an easy fix.

    1. Repeal all CA gun bans. Limitations on magazine size, pistol grips, "shoulder things that go up," etc.
    2. Institute a shall-issue CC policy for CA residents.
    3. Decriminalize marijuana and cocaine.

    Hey, what happened to all that organized crime?

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