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This is the first I've heard of it.

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As soon as I saw California in the read, I have no doubt that such a bill would be forced into vote.

I have been trying to talk my son into moving out of California and into the United States for some time.  I can understand why he won't, but sometimes it is best to cut some thing loose and manage from afar.
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OK! In the video, she says you can't get ammo from a friend! How would they ever know? I call BS, personally, I think this is would would happen to the cost of ammo if they try and pass some rediculus law saying you must have a permit yo purchase ammo
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OK! In the video, she says you can't get ammo from a friend! How would they ever know? I call BS, personally, I think this is would would happen to the cost of ammo if they try and pass some rediculus law saying you must have a permit yo purchase ammo
California is trying to do just that - require a background check to purchase ammunition - and yes it is ridiculous.  Then, somebody will realize that some people load/re-load their own ammunition. Won't it be fun to see what they come with for that!
What most 21st Century Americans simply do not grasp is that the Constitution and Bill of Rights were not written to to give rights to the citizens of our then-new nation, but was instead written to tightly constrain the federal government.

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Hey . . . . Please refrain from talking about reloading.
The California Legislators might be listing.
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