California’s New Gun Bill is Tyrannical

Alternate Headline: Wait. I thought this was America?

Alternate Headline: Race to the Bottom


Here is what the new California gun control civilian disarmament bill looks like:

  • Possession of hollow point bullets and similar assault bullets a felony.
  • Must register and report ammo purchases. Only purchase max 500 rounds.
  • 10 round magazine limit
  • ALL magazines must be fixed to the gun (can not be removed without the use of a tool)
  • 100% prohibition of all magazines greater than 10 rounds. All previous grandfathered magazines become illegal. Felony if you keep one.
  • Changing definition of shotgun revolving cylinder — Basically only single shot shotguns will remain legal.
  • Bullet Buttons will become illegal — All AR and AK style rifles that are currently equipped with them will be designated Assault Weapons. Felony to possess.
  • All gun owners now must be licensed like drivers.
  • All gun owners must carry gun liability insurance

There will also be annual certifications that must be achieved…. and of course paid for.

Also here are a few YouTube videos of the press conference for your viewing pleasure. These clowns actually had the stones to in one breath say that they support the second amendment and then in the next put forth this pile of dung.

Ok… now for a little commentary…

First off, this is a prime example that our ruling class politicians believe that the Bill of Rights is not a guarantee… they feel that it is a privilege that they can revoke/modify/limit whenever they get the whim. Even if you are not a gun owner or a gun owner who is passionate about gun rights, this should scare the hell out of you.  Go read those provisions again and substitute the words “Free Speech” or “right to vote” for gun and see how it reads. Our politicians have let the mask slip… once again proving that they believe that we are their subjects.

“Assault Bullets”? Are you freaking out of your mind? That serves no purpose other than to sensationalize the situation. And I guaran-damn-tee you that the cops will still be packing “assault bullets” in their mags every single day. So whats the justification for that? Who exactly are they going to be assaulting? Oh, I am sure it will be because “they need them to protect themselves” – some animals are more equal than others. BTW… all you hunters out there do realize that only FMJs also applies to you too. Are you all fully on board with the RKBA movement now?

BTW – there will also be a “fee” placed on buying ammo.

No removable mags? Sorry, my Glocks just dont have that feature… as do just about no other semi-auto (and countless bolt action hunting rifles) on the planet. This is a clear and deliberate attempt to usurp the Bill of Rights, and it should be viewed as the treasonous act that it is. “Can not be removed without the use of a tool”… but bullet buttons are illegal? I guess some tools are more equal than others too! My bold prediction… you are gonna see 10 shot revolvers at SHOT Show next year.

10 round mags? Well, thank you all mighty, ruling class politicians for letting us have such a generous amount of ammo in our guns… for now. No, its not the 7 rounds like some other states are going after, but this is once again politicians believing that they grant us our rights, and that they can proportion them out as they see fit. 10 rounds for now… 7 5 2 rounds aint too far off!

Changing the definition of shotgun cylinder? So when you can’t make the law fit the gun you want to ban, you just change the literal definition of what the gun is and what it does to make it fit the law? This is outrageous!

All gun owners now must be licensed like drivers…. And all gun owners must carry gun liability insurance? Illegal, and repulsive. Once again, substitute the words “Free Speech” or “right to vote” for gun and see how it reads.

If you havent figured it out by now… the states are where this battle will be fought… we will win or lose our constitution based how how the courts see these new laws that are being rushed through these liberal bastions of stupid. We must take the fight to them at the state level. Dont just sit there and say, “well thank God I dont live in California or New York or what ever”… cause as goes these states, so goes the Constitution… WE ARE ALL CALIFORNIANS NOW!

  1. The entire Constitution is under attack and it has been for years. Americans have become complacent because of the quality of life their constitution, among other things, has given them and so feel unconcerned when politicians incrementally infringe upon the rights it protects.
    The crisis we are in now is a result of this apathy, again, borne of the prosperity and freedom the document itself is intended to guarantee. This is it: the time when the gloves come off and Americans either fight for their rights and gain a renewed appreciation for their Constitution or slip into the same stateism enjoyed in Europe. But in order for any fighting spirit to be kindled there will have to be some serious, rapid infringements. We are seeing those now and the reactions of American in the last month are encouraging.
    I think we need to settle in for a prolonged fight – a civil one, let us hope. If America is still worth fighting for I think we should see a growing awareness and appreciation for the Constitution and the rule of law in general. I believe we are seeing that now.
    To sum up: I think some of these bad laws are, at this point in our nation’s history, a necessary evil. In other words we need them to pass; we need a real, tangible threat against which to fight.

  2. Makes me want to go to California just to fight these asses. They cannot just pass any laws on a State level that will supercede the Constitution or Congress. If you Californians let this go, you will regret it. Stand up for your rights and fight these Bastards.

  3. Time for all firearm manufacturers to follow the example Ronny Barrett made when he dropped all his business to California after they enacted the .50cal ban. When they can’t buy repair parts or new weapons they will finally feel the true definition of “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander”

    1. I like the idea about the firearms manufactures. I would like to see it taken one step further, all dealers in neighboring states refuse to sell to any California LEOs.

  4. As a Californian I am not satisfied with just stopping the passage of this horrid bill……I will be satisfied with nothing less the the repeal of all unconstitutional gun laws.

  5. Most of these proposed laws are unenforceable. However, the politicians know that a could portion of gun owners will complye. They also no that the rest will shut up and do nothing. Our founding fathers were pretty smart, they just couldn’t foresee a future in which all men had no balls!

  6. ” they feel that it is a privilege that they can revoke/modify/limit whenever they get the whim.”
    Gee, wonder where they get this idea? Could it be that they’ve done it for eighty plus years with no consequences?

  7. “…we will win or lose our constitution based how how the courts see these new laws….”

    This mindset is the exact reason we find ourselves in this situation. This mindset is why the Republic is being destroyed. The courts don’t make law. The federal governemnt didn’t create the states and the state governments didn’t create the people. The people created the states and delegated to the states a few powers. The states created the federal government and delegated to the federal government a few powers. If those governments operate outside of those powers, it is the people who have the duty to correct the problem. The courts don’t work for the people, they work for the governments! For a recent example, John Roberts okayed Obama Care because the federal government has the power to tax. However, the federal government only has the power to tax for things that are Constitutional, (i.e. withing it’s delegated powers). For instance, the federal government can’t create a tax that would be used to establish a religion. It’s too bad that people won’t wake the hell up!

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