RINO Arnold Schwarzenegger Signs Another Anti-2A Bill
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    RINO Arnold Schwarzenegger Signs Another Anti-2A Bill

    The Guy whom ran to the RIGHT and leads to the LEFT; has signed nearly every single anti-second amendment bill put in front of him since he has been in office...

    And yet another yesterday...
    Schwarzenegger signs ammo-regulation bill

    Time to terminate the Governator...

    Vote the RINO OUT!

    (10-12) 18:28 PDT SACRAMENTO -- People buying ammunition in California will soon have to be thumbprinted and dealers will have to keep records of sales, under legislation that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law.

    After vetoing similar bills three times since 2004, Schwarzenegger signed AB962 by Assemblyman Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles, on Sunday, saying he now believes it will promote public safety.
    The measure is California's first statewide regulation of ammunition sales. It survived close votes in both the Assembly and state Senate and strong opposition from gun-rights organizations, which succeeded in stripping a provision that would have required sellers of more than 50 rounds of ammunition a month to be licensed by the state.
    Starting in July, the law will require dealers to keep records of handgun ammunition sales for at least five years, and store the bullets securely out of customers' reach.
    Like gun transactions, all ammunition sales will have to be face-to-face, a requirement that will force online buyers to arrange delivery of ammunition to a seller in California. Another provision makes it a crime to knowingly sell or give ammunition to someone who cannot possess it legally, including felons, gang members and the mentally ill.
    As of February 2011, all ammunition buyers will have to provide a driver's license or other state identification and a thumbprint.
    De León said Monday that the bill gives police "a valuable tool to crack down on armed, dangerous criminals and gang-bangers in our communities."
    Opponents said the restrictions would burden gun owners and dealers without impeding criminals.
    "Ammunition or ammunition purchaser registration, in any form, serves only to infringe upon the rights of law-abiding citizens," Gun Owners of California said while the bill was before the Legislature.
    In signing the bill, Schwarzenegger said local governments that require record-keeping for ammunition sales have enabled police to arrest many illegal purchasers. Governments that regulate ammunition sales include San Francisco, Oakland, Tiburon and Contra Costa and Marin counties.
    "Utilized properly, this type of information is invaluable for keeping communities safe," Schwarzenegger said.

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    And Criminals would never ever travel to Nevada, or Mexico to get ammo..
    I see the number of bullet sales for Nevada going up, as well as the sales tax on those sales..
    Good Job Governator.. remove more tax coming into your already bankrupt state..
    nobody will be safer, shops have more paperwork to do/store.
    Are State employees going to do checks on whether shops are doing what they are supposed to do..
    Ahhh, more workers needed.. Oh, did I mention the state is Bankrupt!!!

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    He's just another douche politician that ignores the voice of the people.

    Same with his pro-gay marriage legislation that the voters have repeatedly shot down - he signs it anyway. Idiot.

    But then again, the people in CA voted for this horrible Austrian actor in the first place...
    "There is no consitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen." (7th Cir. 1982, Bowers v. DeVito)Stay safe, and stay trained.www.sazsatt.com

  5. He is probably getting pressure from his wife's family. As you know, they are some of the most liberal left thinking people within the U.S. Maybe Arnold isn't the pants warer in that family.

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    NOt a good law. California just shot theirself in the foot again.

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    Yet another reason to never step foot in California again.

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    Bonneau & Goose Creek, SC
    Hate to say it for the poor 2A supporters but Kalifornia deserves what it will bring.

    Everyone, especially the Federal government, needs to stop bailing their collective butts out of the fire. Let them go bankrupt, let the farmers in Fresno starve, give all their work away to illegal aliens, let all the criminals free, open the southern borders for traffickers, let's see how far they can go...

    They don't want to increase taxes, but still maintain and increase their welfare state.

    Like they say, Socialism only works until you run out of other people's money...

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    So far they are doing a great job burning themselves out. Hopefully the flooding this winter will finish the job.
    "The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government."

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    Looks like traffic will increase on Interstate 40 as everyone in Calif. will be flocking to Arizona. Maybe I should set up a road ammo stand. a recession-proof business(thanks Arnold).

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    Arnold turned out to be a girlie-man after all.

    A couple of decades ago, New Jersey enacted the same sort of nonsense regarding ammo (no thumbprint though). But even the Soprano State finally figured it out and gave the scheme up as useless.

    California is going under, and deservedly so. The state government spent the past two decades doing absolutely everything it could to drive productive, law-abiding people out of the state, and everything it could to encourage parasites to move in. Hand the tab to the Hollywood Left.

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