Category Archives: California

Judge Blocking California’s Ammunition Background Checks Opens Restocking Floodgates

Editors Update 04/25/2020: As we predicted the 9th Circuit just ordered a stay on this injunction. California readers we hope you got in your orders placed in time.
Judge Blocking California’s Ammunition Background Checks Opens Restocking Floodgates
California – -(AmmoLand.com)- Thursday’s ruling by a federal court judge in a case challenging California’s in-person background check requirement for ammunition purchases scheme received a preliminary injunction blocking this blatant violation of citizens rights.
“This is a devastating blow to the anti-gun-owner advocates who falsely pushed Prop 63 in the name of “safety.” In truth, red tape and state database errors made it impossible for hundreds of thousands of law-abiding Californians to purchase ammunition for sport or self-defense.” said Chuck Michel, General Counsel of the California Rifle & Pistol Association.
“The Court found that the flimsy reasons offered by the government to justify these constitutional infringements were inadequate.”
That decision has opened the door for California ammunition purchasers to jump online and buy bulk ammunition and have it shipped straight to their homes.
So now is the time for California residents to act fast before the gun grabbers receive their requested stay of this injunction. AmmoLand News readers are all too familiar with how these events play out. There’s usually a brief window, possibly a week or less [maybe hours] during which California residents can order and still receive their ammunition purchases at their homes before the state gets a stay on the directive, closing the window.
As we saw in a similar case last year where gun magazines were legal for purchase for a brief few days in April – May of 2019. Pent up demand from Californian gun owners drove retailers to work night-and-day to get gun magazine orders filled in the brief window of opportunity before the courts shut it back down. As this announcement was only released yesterday, we are now receiving reports back from major ammunition sellers that they have adjusted or are in the process of changing their cart system to open the door for California to order.
“On April 23, Judge Roger Benitez enjoined California from enforcing a state law that required background checks and banned internet sales of ammunition. Palmetto State Armory applauds the court’s decision. As a result of the injunction, Palmetto State Armory is now accepting orders for ammunition from California. A firearm without ammunition is a car without an engine. The Second Amendment protects the right to keep and bear arms, and as the judge said, that right is the “insurance policy behind the right to life.” Palmetto State Armory is proud to offer firearms and ammunition for you to protect your right to life.” said Consumer Relations Manager, Josiah McCallum.
“When news broke about a federal judge blocking California’s restrictive ammo sales law, our team of experts immediately began looking into the situation. As soon as we were satisfied it was once again legal to ship ammunition directly to California residents, we began accepting and processing ammo orders from them. We’re happy to be able to support California gun owners and firearms enthusiasts by shipping ammunition directly to them” said Roy Hill​, Public Relations Specialist at Brownells.com.
While this great news for ammo shoppers, the one fly-in-the-ointment is ammunition supplies are already under pressure from the COVID scare with retailers’ inventories severely depleted for all the most popular calibers.
Still, top calibers like .223, or .9mm, or 5.56 and .380 in bulk buy 1000 packs are available if ammo buyers get out and search and are willing to pay. But some of the best pre-order money-saving ammo-deals may have to long a delay on the delivery timeline, and the problem is that California buyers, smartly, need to take delivery faster since they run the chance of their anti-gun state getting its newly requested stay on sales of ammunition.
CCI Blazer Black Label, 9mm, 15 Grain, 500 Rounds Bulk Box Deal

California Rhode v. Becerra Ammunition Background Check Injunction 2020-04-23-Order-Granting

CA Request Stay on California Rhode v. Becerra Ammunition Background Check Injunction

The post Judge Blocking California’s Ammunition Background Checks Opens Restocking Floodgates appeared first on AmmoLand.com.


After Coronavirus, California Has a Major Disarmament Edict Waiting in the Wings

“Commonsense gun safety laws” include banning every gun on the California “safe” roster” that doesn’t have microstamping? All of them? But no one is talking about taking your guns? (David Chiu/Facebook)
U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- While gun owners are properly focused on the immediate threats arising from the Coronavirus pandemic and associated disruptions of “normal” life, once the manipulated crisis passes the enemies of the right to keep and bear arms will be ready to hit the ground running. That’s the case in California, overwhelmingly ruled by anti-gun (in private hands) Democrats, where the ordered closure of gun shops using the “nonessential business” excuse ignores the one thing the Founders deemed “necessary to the security of a free State.”
Shortly before all eyes became focused on that, one of the more committed citizen disarmament enthusiasts in the legislature, Assemblyman David Chiu, resurrected a gun-grabber dream list priority, microstamping, a requirement for firearms to mark an identifier on ammunition casings, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Disregard for a moment that professional reporter Alexei Koseff and his editors seem confused at times and tell readers the “unique imprint [will be left on] on bullets that are fired.”
That’s not what it’s about anyway, since, after then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (warned ya!) signed microstamping into law in 2007, manufacturers stopped introducing new models and limited their California inventories to models without marking technology that had already made it on to the state’s “certified” list (and in a related story, the state Department of Justice never did ‘fess up to how a stampless “smart gun” they were greasing the skids for apparently made it on the list illegally, after the mandatory microstamping deadline).
No, the object here is to ban the guns still on the list. Requiring one mark instead of two is not “‘calling [the gunmakers’] bluff’ and removing their excuse to ‘boycott the law.’” It’s dictating to supposed free citizens there are even more “in common use at the time” firearms that Democrat tyrants intend to deny them, first in California and then to any other state where the citizens are suicidally ignorant enough to vote in swindlers intent on gutting their birthrights.
“It creates a mechanism for unsafe guns to be phased out and safer guns that assist with crime-solving to enter the market,” Chiu lied. All the guns on the list had already been deemed “safe” by the state in order to be included. And the technology is easily defeated by those who intend to criminally misuse guns. Not that they have to. And it will, of course, stop and/or solve no violent crimes (as if that’s justification for infringing on our rights). That’s not the point.
The point is to further limit the availability of firearms to California citizens by drying up their sources of supply. The state started with their stupid “drop test” requirement (as if there was an epidemic of “gun deaths” and injuries resulting from that nonexistent problem, and as if there were no remedies through the courts if there were), and then moved on to mandated loaded chamber indicators (like the kind that was on the Beretta 92 Compact L that a 14-year-old used to kill a 15-year-old during a practical joke).
As if reptiles that leave brass at crime scenes get their guns through channels traceable to them. Chiu, of course, knows that. It’s just another calculated harassment of gun manufacturers and dealers, designed to drive them out of business. It’s more “In your face, California gun owners!” from someone who hates and wants to disarm them.
His attitude points to a tangentially-related issue that the gun-grabbers are counting on and the so-called “gun lobby” has been shamefully hiding from lest they are smeared as “haters”: Chiu is the son of Taiwanese parents who came to this country to enjoy the benefits of American freedoms unavailable in the land they fled. And we know from all credible means of observation that immigrant groups, particularly Hispanics and Asians, overwhelmingly follow their cultural biases down the “pathway to citizenship” to the Democrat/anti-gun camp. You would think a people who resisted Chi-Com tyranny would know better, but “civilians are not allowed to possess any firearms with narrow exceptions” in Taiwan.
It’s not like Taiwanese citizens need to risk themselves when they have treaty guarantees that American lives, blood, and treasure will be spent on their behalf should the need arise “to maintain the capacity of the United States to resist any resort to force or other forms of coercion that would jeopardize the security, or the social or economic system, of the people on Taiwan.”
Look for Chiu’s bill to pass as soon as the legislature feels it’s the best time to capitalize on the publicity, and for Gov. Gavin Newsom to happily stick it to that part of the California citizenry that doesn’t vote Democrat. And look for it to be upheld since by ignoring the core militia purpose of the Second Amendment and relying pretty much exclusively on self-defense in its legal arguments, the “gun lobby” has undermined its ability to fight for “ordinary military equipment” intended to be taken into “common defense” battles. That’s left us in a situation where courts rule as long as you can have a gun for “self-defense,” the state can limit your options on what you can keep and where you can bear it.
The appropriate response, of course, if for the manufacturers who depend on gun owners for their livelihoods, to take the Barrett/Hornady approach and tell the tyrants to make, service, and supply their own damn guns, rather than continuing to supply enforcers who will use their superior armaments to disarm Americans. Just don’t hold your breath waiting for gun owners to unify and demand that of them.

amzn_assoc_placement = “adunit0”;
amzn_assoc_search_bar = “false”;
amzn_assoc_tracking_id = “ammoland-20”;
amzn_assoc_ad_mode = “manual”;
amzn_assoc_ad_type = “smart”;
amzn_assoc_marketplace = “amazon”;
amzn_assoc_region = “US”;
amzn_assoc_title = “More Reading”;
amzn_assoc_linkid = “4f81e16c8ea701f546b76e90a894b79d”;
amzn_assoc_asins = “158160677X,B085DSR4FZ,1440865647,1616080779,1440239886,1523345217,1510713077,B00NEVINHO,1593272847,1565237951,0398024243,0879475420″;

About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating/defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” is a regularly featured contributor to Firearms News, and posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.
The post After Coronavirus, California Has a Major Disarmament Edict Waiting in the Wings appeared first on AmmoLand.com.


  • 0

Firearms Policy Coalition Statement Following Thousand Oaks Shooting

Firearms Policy Coalition Statement Following Thousand Oaks ShootingSACRAMENTO, CA —-(Ammoland.com)- Last night, a man carried out a horrific attack on our American brothers and sisters in Thousand Oaks, California. Today, we grieve for those lives lost. Today, we thank Ventura Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Helus for his ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. And today, we encourage all people to become informed about defensive tactics, weapons, and their use so that – when necessary – you are capable of employing just force – even deadly force – to oppose those evils that would cause innocent people to be hurt or killed.The State of California has some of the harshest gun control laws in the United States. But, as history teaches, violence does not respect government authority. Those who would perpetrate violence do not respect human life. And the government is not a divine entity capable of shielding you from danger and our flawed human condition. It is not a shield against bad acts. The government has no duty to protect you, and you are your own first responder.Once more we see the devastating effects of the illusion of safety that gun control laws and policies are founded upon. Once more we see that people intent on causing death, injury, and chaos ignore the thousands of federal, state, and local criminal laws that criminalize conduct including murder, terrorism, and assault. Once more news outlets show us proof that evil and insane people will find a way to hurt or kill the innocent until they voluntarily end their attack, commit suicide, or are stopped by a courageous person willing to sacrifice themselves to save others – most likely one who is armed.Gun control proponents like Gavin Newsom, California’s incoming governor, are irrationally committed to passing more and more laws that just do not prevent violent people from doing evil things. Indeed, he and other anti-gun advocates are the embodiment of insanity, doing the same things over and over again while expecting different results. They make innocent people more and more defenseless and then feign shock when their policies result in predictable and tragic outcomes.Under Governor Newsom, we expect that Californians will be put in grave danger through further restrictions on the human right of self-defense. By promoting and adding new restrictions to the states already-Byzantine gun control laws, Newsom and the legislature will ensure that everyone except the rich and politically connected – those who have the means to heavily-armed government or private security personnel – will be vulnerable, defenseless targets.But, as we have said before, our fundamental rights do not come from the government, the people, or even the Constitution itself. Our right to keep and bear arms exist with or without official legal recognition of it, with or without judicial enforcement of it, and with or without a desire for them to be exercised or respected.Firearms Policy Coalition will continue working in executive offices, in legislatures, in the courts, and in the public to restore America’s lost Constitution. FPC will continue fighting for fundamental rights so that we, our members and supporters, and everyone may defend themselves against unjust force, wherever it may come from. And we will continue to defend and advance individual liberty – especially the People’s human right to keep and bear arms for all lawful purposes – so that they have the opportunity and means to #ShootBack if and when necessary to end a violent attack.About Firearms Policy CoalitionFirearms Policy Coalition (www.firearmspolicy.org) is a 501(c)4 grassroots nonprofit organization. FPC’s mission is to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, especially the fundamental, individual Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.The post Firearms Policy Coalition Statement Following Thousand Oaks Shooting appeared first on AmmoLand.com.


W88club Support 247 – Liên lạc W88

Nhà cái W88club có đội ngủ chăm sóc khách hàng hoạt động 24/7, bạn có thể liên lại với W88ok bất kỳ lúc nào cần hổ trợ nhé.

Dưới đây là cách bạn có thể liên lạc với bộ phận CS  của W88vn ở Việt Nam nhé:

Gái xinh W88top