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Old 07-12-2018, 06:59 PM   #1
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California DOJ Withdraws Regulation Requiring Registration of "Assault Weapons" | The Daily Caller

California DOJ Withdraws Regulation Requiring Registration of ‘Assault Weapons’
3:26 AM 07/12/2018
The California Department of Justice withdrew a regulation Wednesday evening requiring California firearm owners to register so-called “assault weapons” following a lawsuit filed by a group of gun rights advocacy organizations including Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC), Firearms Policy Foundation (FPF), Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), The Calguns Foundation (CGF) and California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees (CAL-FFL).

“The DOJ’s proposed rule making in this case was a smoke-screen to cover their tracks and other prior unlawful regulatory actions,” said FPC President Brandon Combs in a statement. “While we are pleased that our opposition efforts were ultimately successful here, we know that Attorney General Becerra is relentless in his attacks on law-abiding gun owners and their Second Amendment rights.
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Old 07-12-2018, 07:14 PM   #2
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I hadn't heard. You don't think the major media would downplay this story, do you?


Naaaaaah, they'd never do that, it might show bias.
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Old 07-13-2018, 04:56 AM   #3
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It appears that DOJ's capitulation has nothing to do with respect for the Second Amendment; instead, the state merely acknowledged that the convoluted and technically flawed online registration system was too buggy to allow compliance. It remains to be seen whether they'll just roll out a simpler, more efficient system to infringe on gun owners' rights.
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So Sam remember the guy(farmer) who tried to register and comply in which the ATF/state
took all of his firearms and ammo and charged him? I wonder now does he get charges dropped and firearms back inquiring minds want to know.This just goes to show only the law-abiding are hurt by StupidAS laws while the criminal continues to roam.

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This also has nothing to do with the fact (honest) that the California firearms data base was hacked and many thousands of the names and addresses of gun owners was taken.
Apparently this is the second time it was hacked.
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Old 07-13-2018, 06:25 PM   #6
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So Sam remember the guy(farmer) who tried to register and comply in which the ATF/state
That was CA's "assault weapon" ban that got him in trouble. You need to remember the federal ban died in 2004.
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I notice the conspicuous lack of the NRA being on that list of organizations involved with the lawsuit.
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If you look closer you'll find the NRA is very selective on what they do. If it doesn't look like a slam dunk win the leave to folk like the Second Amendment Foundation. My buddy asked La Pew if they would ever go after the Hughes Amendment and was told no, the NRA supports the ban on full auto stuff.
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If you look closer you'll find the NRA is very selective on what they do. If it doesn't look like a slam dunk win the leave to folk like the Second Amendment Foundation. My buddy asked La Pew if they would ever go after the Hughes Amendment and was told no, the NRA supports the ban on full auto stuff.
Did anybody expect anything else from National "Reasonable Regulation" Association? That's not gonna change unless enough of us new members get to voting staus and get our crap together to do Knox Revolt II...
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