Gun control? Did we elect the politicians just to see how they can change the 2nd amendment in California. I don’t think so. But month after month that is what seems to be their ultimate agenda, then what? Power., yep that is what they want, Power over us. Do you really think they even care about our safety? So why should we care about theirs? Yep, Fight Back. How? overload them with calls and mail, start impeaching them. Or at least Recall them.
Here is a list of their latest Power grabs.
SB 880 (Hall) – SB 880 will serve as a reclassification of various weapons such as semiautomatic center-fire rifles or semiautomatic pistols that can accept a detachable magazine to “assault weapons”, meaning that these weapons would now be illegal.
SB 1235 (De Leon) – SB 1235 will require the California Department of Justice to keep a data-base on all ammunition transactions and require purchasers of ammo to undergo screening with each ammunition purchase.
SB 894 (Jackson) – SB 894 will make it a crime if an individual gun owner does not report their gun stolen within 5 days of realizing that their weapon has gone missing. This legislation will also make it a crime to fail to report a recovered gun within 48 hours.
SB 1006 (Wolk) – SB 1006 would direct the University of California to use taxpayer funds for gun control research.
SB 1407 (De Leon) – SB 1407 would require as of, July 1, 2018, that all newly manufactured weapons must have a serial number or unique identifier or the manufacturer or assembler will face consequences. This bill would also require as of, January 1, 2019, that all gun owners who own a weapon with out a unique identifier must apply to the California Department of Justice for a identifier for weapons dating back to 1899.
SB 1446 (Hancock) – SB 1446 would make it, as of, July 1, 2017, a crime to posses any high capacity magazine regardless of when the magazine was acquired. The first offense would be a fine not exceeding 100 dollars and with subsequent offenses, the punishment would rise.
Here is the guy who loves to sign them into law