1,482 guns decertified

Via a tweet from Chuck Petras @Chuck_Petras we have the work of gkchesterbelloc:

Forty-two derringers, three hundred forty-seven revolvers, and one thousand ninety-three pistols make the list. One thousand four hundred eighty-two total handguns are now de-certified by State of California and can no longer be bought or sold.

California should be “decertified”. It has been a long time since they have been fit to claim membership in a country which began with these words:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

5 thoughts on “1,482 guns decertified

  1. The industry needs to do what Barrett did and refuse to do business with any governmental agency in CA.

    • I’d love to see it, but all it would take is one manufacturer, foreign or domestic, to decide that doing business with CA is worth the disdain. (Up to three, I suppose, if they have to source rifles, shotguns and pistols from separate companies.)

      It would be lovely, though, to see this collide with Biden’s Buy America policy and any new bans on firearms imports.

    • The government will shut all of them down anyway. They would be more than happy to buy from just FN and SIG, or H&K. And ammo from ATK. Like most governments. They won’t even care if it works. As long as you don’t have any of it. That’s all that matters.

  2. They de-certified themselves already. Just them talking about it was sedition. Not to mention the treason of passing such a law.
    Every government today has brought into usurpation as a business model.
    The real problem is in us. We allow it.
    The question we have to ask is. If eternal vigilance is the price of freedom. Will I have to be a vigilante? And when and where?
    Our government crossed the line of us needing to be such within day of it’s becoming. And never looked back. Then came the brainwashing.
    Could you even imagine tar and feathering today?
    The real question is are you going to let them stop you from buying and selling those guns? And who made whom the enemy?

  3. Odd. There’s something missing between FMK Firearms and Heckler & Koch. Something big. I can’t quite put my finger on it…

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