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This Week in California Gun Rights: 5-10-13 Edition

Sen. Leland Yee will offer bill to ban 3-D printable guns

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Though a federal bill to criminalize the 3-D printing of guns or certain gun components is pending in Congress, at least one California lawmaker wants to get in on the action, too.
State Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, said he’ll introduce legislation to prohibit use of 3-D printers to create untraceable firearms.

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City of Los Angeles Votes to Proceed With Firearm Magazine Ban** Read our letter of opposition

City of Los Angeles Votes to Proceed With Firearm Magazine Ban** Read The Calguns Foundation’s letter of opposition:

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Cal-FFL Legislative Update

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This update will provide you a thumbnail sketch of what is happening with key gun legislation in California. For more detailed information, follow the links provided.

UPCOMING BILLS AB 231 (Ting)- Makes it a crime if a child gets access to an unlocked firearm. Removes the provision that the firearm must be removed from the premises.
Hearing: Assembly Floor  5/13/13  POSITION: OPPOSE
AB 232 (Ting)-Tax-payer funded gun buybacks.
Hearing: Assembly Revenue & Taxation  5/13/13  POSITION: OPPOSE
AB 180 (Bonta) – Allows the City of Oakland to institute more restrictive firearms laws than those by the state.
Hearing: Assembly Floor  5/13/13  POSITION: OPPOSE
SB 108 (Yee) – Mandatory firearm locked storage.
Hearing: Senate Floor 5/13/13 POSITION: OPPOSE
SB 299 (DeSaulnier) – Lost or stolen firearm reporting requirement.
Hearing: Senate Floor 5/13/13 POSITION: OPPOSE

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Dick’s Sales, Stocks Drop Following Black Gun Ban

Last Christmas many Dick’s customers were sent one mean lump of coal in the form of a gift certificate. All customers who pre-ordered a Troy Carbine from Dick’s for their Black Friday special had their orders cancelled and their money returned.
Following the Newtown shooting spree, Dick’s Sporting Goods changed their policy and stopped selling AR-pattern and other semi-automatic, magazine-fed rifles, even the guns they had already sold.
 

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