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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Are Ammunition Restrictions Coming to your Town?

Do you live in California or know someone who does?

As everyone probably knows by now, the legislature of the People's Republic of California passed a restrictive bill in October of 2009 called AB 962. AB 962 attacks the heart of 2nd Amendment rights by cutting off or severely restricting the circulation of ammunition to the freedom loving people of California. Unfortunately, the Governator signed it into law!

What does this mean to you? If you live in California, it means that in 27 days:

•You will not be permitted to directly receive shipments of certain ammunition by common carrier (UPS/FedEx). This means no more internet orders!

•If you want to purchase certain ammunition, you will have to provide a thumbprint and description of the ammunition purchased as well as present a photo ID.

•The restricted ammunition (including popular calibers like 9mm, 45 ACP, 40 S&W, 380 Auto, 38 Special, 357 Mag, etc) will most likely be very hard to find or more expensive.

If you don't live in California, be thankful..... for now. But forward this post to everyone you know in California.

Can You Hear the Drumbeat of War in the distance...I do.

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1 comment:

  1. Developing new gun laws have added a twist that will ease the registration burdens on cities, states and federal agencies, and place them on gun owners and new purchasers. The present, simple declaration of no convictions, sanity, etc., will soon be supplemented with insurance applications and investigations.The point here is that registration will shift the background search to the insurance companies; bad record, no insurance - no insurance, no weapons.

    The new laws in the making will require substantial personal liability insurance for gun owners. Hunting rifles and shotguns will require the lowest coverage, but hand-gun liability insurance will be substantial. Semi-automatic weapon are expected to require personal liability insurance of $1 million and annual registration fees of $1000.00 per weapon!
    High capacity magazines and certain types of ammunition are presently under discussion and those beyond the need for personal protection may be outlawed from private ownership or heavily taxed at the point of manufacture and at the point of purchase. The new regulations will have a severe impact on gun shows and private sales, but are expected to have high acceptance by the anti-gun and other citizen groups. Stricter back-ground checks are a high priority with most Americans and the insurance requirement will relieve the local governments of the appearance of tighter gun laws while providing additional revenue to administer the current weapon registration programs.