California ammo law is invalidated!

Nice!

In a dramatic ruling giving gun owners a win in an National Rifle Association / California Rifle and Pistol (CRPA) Foundation lawsuit, this morning Fresno Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Hamilton ruled that AB 962, the hotly contested statute that would have banned mail order ammunition sales and required all purchases of so called “handgun ammunition” to be registered, was unconstitutionally vague on its face. The Court enjoined enforcement of the statute, so mail order ammunition sales to California can continue unabated, and ammunition sales need not be registered under the law.

Update: Of course what they will attempt to do is to require all ammunition sales to be registered. But that will be a tougher battle than the one they fought to get just handgun ammunition registration through the legislature. And if it passes it will be vigorously fought in the courts too.

3 thoughts on “California ammo law is invalidated!

  1. Waiting in the wings was the unconstitutionality of interfering with the Interstate Commerce. Honestly the Liberal Elites of CA in the Stupidslature think they’re so smart, but they’re really not – they’re stupid, and the level of written “argumentation” is easily defeated but it has to be done in court and the CA courts are sometimes staffed by those same ideologically-driven morons.

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