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You would think that the state of California’s constant legal battles over their restrictions on the 2nd Amendment would give the lawmakers of the Bear Republic a clue as to their missteps…but apparently that is not the case.

California’s enormously liberal slant has meant that the state has become a sanctuary for liberal ideologies, both figuratively and literally, as the entire state continues to cling to the idea that they are a safe haven for illegal aliens that the liberal base refuses to recognize as criminals.

“Sanctuary” status aside, California has always been on the left side of the important issues facing Americans.  On the subject of gun control, the looney liberals of the west coast have been especially vapid, pushing their ideas for a leftist utopia on the citizens of the state for decades.

2018 is no different either, as new ammunition regulations have gone into effect just days ago.  These new rules are receiving quite the pushback, however, and the National Rifle Association is ready to interject on behalf of the Constitution.

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“Breitbart News reported that the ammunition controls went into effect January 1, 2018. They bar out-of-state ammunition purchases and require that all in-state purchases be made from a licensed dealer. This shrinks the supply, which will inevitably drive up price. Moreover, they require that any ammunition purchased online be sent to a licensed in-state dealer, who will then charge a processing fee for the ammo, thereby driving the price up even further.

“This is all a prelude to the state’s January 1, 2019, goal of instituting point-of-sale background checks for ammunition purchases. Those sales will also carry a fee, ubiquitously to cover the cost of the background check. But the fee will drive the price of ammo even higher.

“The NRA-ILA clams certain ‘statutorily mandated’ deadlines were missed throughout the process of getting the ammunition controls in place, and argues that the controls must be halted because of this.  According to the NRA-ILA, ‘The Office of Administrative Law (OAL) has approved the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) proposed ammunition vendor regulations after failing to meet the statutorily mandated deadline of July 1, 2017 and the effective date of January 1, 2018.’”

While this certainly appears to be a procedural miscue, the NRA is taking full advantage of the left’s disorganization in order to maintain the rights of U.S. citizens who’ve chosen to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights.

There is little doubt that this will be the last California-based gun rights battle of 2018, should the NRA find success in their suit, it will start 2018 on the right foot for the conservatives of California

 

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