NRA-ILA | Unhappy New Year for California Gun Owners https://t.co/y7e6JU5lps pic.twitter.com/qHPTmHTUw3— 2AmendRightorg (@2AmendRightorg) January 6, 2018
While most of America was busy preparing to celebrate the New Year, gun owners in California were scrambling to lawfully purchase ammunition while they still could. Beginning January 1, all ammunition sales were required go through a California licensed dealer or licensed ammunition vendor.
This new requirement is one of two new ammunition laws that were passed by the California legislature or adopted by California voters in 2016. The law that took effect on January 1 will generally prohibit gun owners from bringing ammunition into the Golden State or from purchasing their ammunition online.
California adopted these new laws in spite of significant evidence that they would only burden law-abiding gun owners and do nothing to promote public safety. Most notably, the reporting of ammunition sales has already been tried -- and failed -- at the federal level....
#California the NRA is currently preparing a lawsuit to challenge the ammunition restrictions to compliment the already pending challenges against the “gunmagedon” package of gun control bills. #2A https://t.co/5MsgSdGpfP— NRA (@NRA) January 4, 2018