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SSG Steven Mangus
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Sounds good in theory, not!! For law abiding citizens this could be seen as one more step to total disarmament..for criminals, if they want guns they will get guns..very disappointing from my home state..
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SSG Steven Mangus
SSG Steven Mangus
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And family and friends wonder why I live in Texas..
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PO2 Robert Aitchison
PO2 Robert Aitchison
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SPC David Willis - That's in there but they refer to them as "Large Capacity Magazines" referring to any magazine that holds more than 10 rounds as "Large Capacity" is ridiculous and results in things like this:
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SPC David Willis
SPC David Willis
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PO2 Robert Aitchison - Ha yea that would include every single magazine I own.
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SSG Robert Webster
SSG Robert Webster
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SPC David Willis - That is why you should read the law that the article refers to.
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SMSgt Operations Superintendent
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As a retired LEO from California, I have to laugh at yet another set of silly laws from Sacramento. It looks good for their liberal base, but will not really be enforced. The reason is that the California DOJ Bureau of Firearms is already severely understaffed. When they created these new laws, they did not add any money or staffing to Cal DOJ to actually enforce the laws. In fact, over the years they have reduced their manning. Local law enforcement does not have the will, funding, or staffing to enforce them either. Over the last few years, Gov. Brown has shifted state responsibility to the counties, however he did not add state money to the already cash strapped counties. The county probation officers are already overwhelmed supervising State parolees. The backlog of cases caused by this law will be tremendous and anyone caught will be caught purely by accident.

The biggest negative impact on law abiding citizens is the ammo restrictions. However, there is nothing to stop folks from driving to Nevada or Arizona and pick up a couple hundred rounds of their favorite ammo.

The silliness in California is mind boggling sometimes.
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SFC Jim Ruether
SFC Jim Ruether
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Maybe when he starts collecting State Tax on the Marijuana he can start paying for some of this?
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TSgt David L.
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Good (and bad!) post MSgt Cayle Harris. Terrible news for legal gun owners. The ammo restrictions are almost as bad as the gun restrictions.
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