Originally Posted by robocop10mm
I read the latest ammeded version (PDF) and did not find any reference to buying more than 50 rounds a month. It reads that you cannot sell more than 50 rounds a month unless you have a license to sell ammunition.
Interesting that bullets (projectiles) are specifically included. So you cannot sell 51 cast bullets a month to your neigbor w/o having a license. And you cannot mail order a box of cast bullets. All sales must be face to face.
Of course this does only apply to handgun ammo. So as not to pi$$ off the rifle hunters and skeet shooters (YET, they will get to them later).
If you live in Kali, this is your fault. YOU have voted these bozos into office and not done enough to impeach them when they get out of hand.
I live in Jefferson and didn't vote for any of them. We need to start another succesionist movement. Cali doesn't have the best interest of the far north at heart when they make these stupid laws. We ain't city folk like them, we's ranchers and loggers and miners dammit. Let them have to politics they want, let Jefferson run itself. They need to quit taking our water and minerals and lumber and fish without giving us nothing but stupid laws in return.
I voted for Doug LaMalfa, here is a beautiful piece of legislation that he wrote:
"Emergency Powers: Firearms"
Author: Assemblyman Doug LaMalfa (R - Redding-Yuba City)
Status: Signed by the Governor - Chaptered
AB 1645 (La Malfa - R) Confiscation This bill Prevents confiscation of firearms from law-abiding citizens during emergencies. The nation saw the appalling situation in New Orleans in the aftermath of a catastrophic hurricane, where individuals were put in further jeopardy by law enforcement who removed their firearm protection forcefully from their possession, leaving them vulnerable and at the mercy of the lawless. GOC supports this bill.
Assemblyman Doug La Malfa
In a crisis/emergency the Governor has authority above and beyond to address unusual needs. This bill stipulates that the seizure or confiscation of firearms or ammunition from anyone who is lawfully carryng or possessing them can not be authorized.
again taken from www.gunownersca.com
Link to the full text: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/07-08/bill/asm/ab_1601-1650/ab_1645_bill_20070223_introduced.html