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    Exclamation California: Two Dangerous Anti-Gun Bills Still Alive in Sacramento

    Thursday, August 06, 2009

    When the California Legislature returns from recess next week, it will consider two serious threats to our Second Amendment freedoms and they must be defeated at all costs.

    Assembly Bill 962 (AB962), sponsored by Assembly Member Kevin De Leon (D-45), would make it a crime to privately transfer more than 50 rounds of ammunition per month, even between family and friends, unless you are registered as a “handgun ammunition vendor” in the Department of Justice’s database. Ammunition retailers would have to be licensed and store ammunition in such a manner that it would be inaccessible to purchasers. The bill would also require that purchasers submit to fingerprinting, which would be kept in dealers' records and subject to inspection by the Department of Justice. Lastly, mail order ammunition sales would be prohibited.

    Senate Bill 585 (SB585), introduced by State Senator Mark Leno (D-3), would prohibit the sale of firearms and ammunition on the property or inside the buildings that comprise the Cow Palace. In short, SB585 is a stepping-stone to banning gun shows on all publicly-owned property in California.

    It is imperative that you stand-up and respectfully make your voices heard loudly! Contact your CA State Senator and respectfully urge them to oppose AB962. Also, please contact your Assemblymember and ask that they vote to defeat SB585. Contact information can be found here. (Source)
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