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Old 08-25-2014, 10:10 PM   #1
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Default Federal Judge Rules California's 10-Day Waiting Period Unconstitutional

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In the decision released this morning, Federal Eastern District of California Senior Judge Anthony W. Ishii, appointed to the bench by President Bill Clinton, found that “the 10-day waiting periods of Penal Code [sections 26815(a) and 27540(a)] violate the Second Amendment” as applied to members of certain classifications, like Silvester and Combs, and “burdens the Second Amendment rights of the Plaintiffs.”

“This is a great win for Second Amendment civil rights and common sense,” said Jeff Silvester, the named individual plaintiff. “I couldn't be happier with how this case turned out.”

Under the court order, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) must change its systems to accommodate the unobstructed release of guns to gun buyers who pass a background check and possess a California license to carry a handgun, or who hold a “Certificate of Eligibility” issued by the DOJ and already possess at least one firearm known to the state.
Whoda thunk it?

Oh, to be a fly on the wall wherever Feinstein and/or Bloomberg were when they were told...
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Old 08-25-2014, 10:31 PM   #2
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HURRAY FOR THE FEDERAL JUDGE!

And "WOW" In Commiefornia no less!

It is about time those in these critical positions start seeing the alternative motive of this Administartion and their puppets violating our Second Amendment and Constitutional Rights!

Good for Him!

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Jeff Sylvester.

I think you for your fight I feel like a little bit more of American finally and less of a bastard child lol

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Oh wait does this mean I can pick my gun up right now has been in jail for like 5 days already hmmmm

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Oh wait does this mean I can pick my gun up right now has been in jail for like 5 days already hmmmm
unbelievable. WHEN it goes into effect I will jump for joy.
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Whoda thunk it?

Oh, to be a fly on the wall wherever Feinstein and/or Bloomberg were when they were told...
They are pieces of doo doo.
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New waiting period process. Immediate release will be authorized to those who have already passed a background check in California. Just as soon as the FFL mails the gun to the California State Police barracks and they visually verify the serial number and mail the gun back to the FFL. It will now cost an additional $25 for processing and actual handling charges and the estimated completion time minus shipping will be 8 days.



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New waiting period process. Immediate release will be authorized to those who have already passed a background check in California. Just as soon as the FFL mails the gun to the California State Police barracks and they visually verify the serial number and mail the gun back to the FFL. It will now cost an additional $25 for processing and actual handling charges and the estimated completion time minus shipping will be 8 days.



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Yes indeed. I feel so much better now.
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accommodate the unobstructed release of guns to gun buyers who pass a background check and possess a California license to carry a handgun, or who hold a “Certificate of Eligibility” issued by the DOJ and already possess at least one firearm known to the state.
Good news, but still not a total victory.

Pass Background Check.
AND have a CA Permit to carry.
AND already own at least one firearm.

OR Pass Background Check AND have a Certificate issued by the Dept of Justice.
AND own at least one firearm.

Those in CA that are first time buyers or have no permit or Certificate will just have to accept their Constitutional Rights will be Violated.
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Good news, but still not a total victory.

Pass Background Check.
AND have a CA Permit to carry.
AND already own at least one firearm.

OR Pass Background Check AND have a Certificate issued by the Dept of Justice.
AND own at least one firearm.

Those in CA that are first time buyers or have no permit or Certificate will just have to accept their Constitutional Rights will be Violated.
Requiring a permit or certificate is a violation of their constitutional rights. Those are infringements. You must pay for a permit or certificate, so in reality they are taxing your constitutional right. Basically they are denying you your right to firearms if you are to poor to pay the tax. It's good we have the dems to look out for the little man.
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