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    California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

    We've all heard the old saw, "Ignorance of the law is no excuse." Well, the CA Supreme Court has now decreed that the "impossibility" of a law's requirements isn't a dodge either, especially when it comes to manufacturing guns to suit liberal wet dreams. By requiring new semi-auto handguns to stamp casings with identifiable markings, the anti-gunners expect the market to dry up like a Commiefornia desert reservoir.

    https://www.usnews.com/news/best-sta...t-stamping-law
    Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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    Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

    IL is in a similar situation.
    Liberal House of Reps
    Liberal Senate
    Liberal State Supreme Court
    Liberal U.S. Appeals Court
    "I fought the Law and the Law Won!
    TO BE UNARMED IS TO BE A VICTIM

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      #3
      Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

      I suspect it will end up in the SCOTUS, and maybe be over ruled.
      Damn the torpedoes, Full speed ahead!

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        #4
        Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

        Didn't another state, maybe NY, try this & determine it wasn't feasible? If I were a gun manufacturer, the state just wouldn't get anymore of my products, 'course that's probably commiefornia's real goal.
        Think Green.......Recycle Congress

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          #5
          Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

          I can suggest a law that requires these politicians to perform a physical impossibility with their heads.
          Certified Armed Infidel
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            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microstamping

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              #7
              Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

              The system may work if the bad guy is stupid enough to use a handgun that he purchased through an FFL. Otherwise, these judicial activists are only kidding themselves.
              Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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                Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

                The California Supreme Court is the Socialist branch of the ACLU.

                This action tells me if a good guy buys a stamped gun via an FFL then he had better transfer it through another FFL if he plans on selling the firearm, or he is the main suspect if someone gets killed with it, no FTF sales. If this law stands then a new firing pin with a new micro stamp needs to be installed. Simple California tax fee of $200.00 for this transaction. Oh, yes a new waiting period of 2 months to get your custom microstamp.

                I can see California implanting a chip in all of its residents. This way the state only needs to use the forearms microstamped serial number. How they do that you say? Well, then Sacramento just uploads it to the resident's chip. Of course, the chip will already have his DNA code, fingerprints and location transponder installed.

                Do you know the sad thing about all of this is the people there will just love it because they want it? Yes, the chip fee of $5000.00 will be deducted from their pay, and that's is OK with them too.

                Awww RC, your goofing off posting this..... Well, stand by for page two in the, not too distant future.
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                  #9
                  Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

                  RC, AFAIK all legal sales in California must go through an FFL anyway.
                  Certified Armed Infidel

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                    Re: California Supreme Court Upholds "Impossible" Gun Law

                    Originally posted by gun sane View Post
                    The system may work if the bad guy is stupid enough to use a handgun that he purchased through an FFL. Otherwise, these judicial activists are only kidding themselves.
                    I wonder how this works for stolen guns. Does a person who reports one stolen have a serious burden of proof?
                    Certified Armed Infidel

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