CBS Sacramento: A federal court has rejected a challenge to California’s gun safety law, possibly paving the way for a requirement that new guns mark the bullets they fire so they can be traced. The ruling on Wednesday was a defeat for two gun rights groups that argued the Unsafe Handgun Act violated the constitutional right to bear arms. The law prohibits the manufacture or sale in California of any gun that doesn’t meet certain safety requirements. It was aimed at outlawing cheap [read more]
In order to demonstrate my good-natured and cooperative spirit concerning new firearms regulations, with Jay Carney and Mr. Obama I’ve come out strongly against High Capacity Magazine Clips, like this:
From National Journal, here is yet another potentially problematic feature of firearms that needs to be regulated.
It will also be tricky to determine just how many automatic bullets should be allowed in a rapid-fire magazine clip. Three? Ten? Twenty? Democrats in favor of restricting high-capacity magazines say that three bullets is enough to kill a duck or a quail. Fair enough, but gun enthusiasts say that 10 or 20 rounds makes more sense for people who possess firearms for self-defense purposes. How do negotiators strike a deal on that one?
I’ll tell you how. We firearms owners stipulate that automatic bullets in rapid-fire magazine clips won’t be tolerated. Now that I’ve compromised and met my detractors in the middle, be warned and walk with caution.
I won’t tolerate any more challenges to or infringements upon my second amendment rights and God-given duty of self defense. And just to let you know that I’m serious, remember that I have guns and I’m willing to use them. No, seriously. I’m willing to use them to make sure this doesn’t happen.