Not Learning from Colorado Recall, California Looking to Impose Harsh New Gun Laws

California already has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation and if the state’s extremist Democrats get their way, they are going to make those laws even harder on law abiding citizens.

Democrats are sending several new, highly restrictive laws to Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown in hopes of further limiting Californian’s Second Amendment rights.

As Bloomberg News reports, the new laws would “outlaw semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines, ban adapters to convert magazines to high-capacity clips, order safety certification to buy any gun and require ownership records for all firearms.”

These bills are ready for Governor Brown’s signature in Sacramento, the state capitol.

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Fortunately two other bills failed to pass the state legislature. One would have outlawed magazines that hold ten rounds or more and would also have required that gun owners who already own such feeding devices turn them in to police. A second would have forced law abiding gun owners to register their ammunition purchases and get background checks to be allowed to purchase any.

Regardless, these laws were all written by people who know nothing about guns except that they don’t like the Constitution and want to eliminate all firearms.

Sadly, California’s legislature has not learned the lesson taught by the two Senators in Colorado who tried their best to eliminate Coloradan’s Second Amendment rights and got fired by voters for their efforts.

So, what do you think? Will Californians ever stand up for themselves against the crooks and anti-Americans in their state legislature?

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