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Old 09-19-2013, 03:29 AM   #21
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Y'all forget that attorney general back side of a large load bearing horse like creature, certified the micro stamping initiative. Even though it still is in the court system and had a stay put on it. This requires all firearms to have the extractor and firing pin embossed with the serial number and make and model of firearm so it stamps it each casing this information. This has already got manufactures running away from the California market. 1. It will cost millions to retool for a small market. 2. It's been proved that the micro stamp becomes impossible to read after about 100 rounds or so less if steel cased ammo is used. So when it takes affect, which I believe is by 2015, firearms will be almost impossible to get.

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I don't see gun manufacturers changing for the CA market. They will just market the firearms in their line up that are on the CA approved list. They might make an AR with the magazine riveted/welded to the receiver. I might buy one so I don't have to keep cleaning all the peashooter magazines I have now.

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Do not know amount of gun owners here in calif. but the gun shows up and down the state are doing fine.

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peerhaps that is the reason behind the run on ammo and ar platform rifles. One must not forget the surge in buying 80% lowers(homemade rifles not any regirstration required). I know one small anodizing shop that ran 200 lowers just last month, another small machine shop with 2 cnc machines that set up for rentals on fri. afternoon and all day Saturdays, they have appointments set up every 20 minutes. So how many shops are there in calif. doing the same thing? Alot

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Isn't it a sad state of affairs when a firearm enthusiast has to know stuff like this???

Saving a place at the table for ya MM...hurry the hell up...yer suppers' gettin' cold!!
Can't wait to be in a state that still values Americans and the American way.
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He's not selling in California.
From Barrett's letter, 2005 (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1389702/posts):

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Barrett cannot legally sell any of its products to lawbreakers. Therefore, since California's passing of AB50, the state is not in compliance with the US Constitution's 2nd and 14th Amendments, and we will not sell nor service any of our products to any government agency of the State of California.
As for gun manufacturers changing for Kommiefornia? I'd say they'll tell the state to go pound sand.
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Every gun manufacturer should do what Barrett did. If the citizens can't have it, neither can anyone in the state and local governments.

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He's not selling in California.
Yes he is. His bolt rifles in .416 Lapua and .338 Lapua are sold at several stores in my area. He is just not selling to any Cali. government agencies and has not serviced his .50's that LEO agencies have had since before Cali. banned .50's years ago.
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This state is such BS.


Honestly if I owned a gun company, or really anything involving firearms, I would tell the state to go piss off and I wouldn't offer a single product here.

If every single company did this, sure it would suck or the gun owners here a LOT, but it would be a big middle finger to the state legislature. And they would lose a lot of revenue. Not to mention, if all firearms companies did this, eventually it would get so bad here for gun people that a huge number would pack up and leave.

Thousands of good citizens and their money with them would be gone.

Of course, on the flip side, Kalifornia would just make up for this by granting citizenship to all illegals.

F*ck this state.
I'm still waiting for that big earthquake that's supposed to happen. Maybe we'll be lucky and California will break loose and float away. Let it be Japan's or China's problem.
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I'm still waiting for that big earthquake that's supposed to happen. Maybe we'll be lucky and California will break loose and float away. Let it be Japan's or China's problem.
Wow thanks for the support from my fellow Gun toters
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