California Senators have introduced anti-gun bills, Assembly Bill 1663 and Assembly Bill 1664 in the state Assembly. Not to be outdone, Senators Isadore Hall and Steve Glazer introduced a similar bill, Senate Bill 880 which does roughly the same thing as AB 1663 and AB 1664, by redefining the current definition of “assault weapon” to include firearms that are affixed with a “bullet button.” By redefining and expanding the meaning of the legal term “assault weapon,” these bills would dramatically expand the already byzantine legal definition of “assault weapon” and would ban millions of conventional firearms used by hunters, target shooters, boy and girl scouts, and men and women who choose to own a firearm to defend themselves and their families.
In almost all instances, any one of these bills would require those who possess firearms equipped with a “bullet button” to register the firearm as an “assault weapons” or face confiscation, arrest, prosecution, and jail. In almost all situations, gun owners would never be able to sell their firearms or pass them on as an inheritance.
Under each of these bills, the process of registering the firearm will require the owner to pay a fee and provide the following information to the state:
- A description of the firearm and unique identifiers;
- The date the firearm was acquired;
- The name and address of the individual from whom, or business from which the firearm was acquired;
- The registrant’s full name, address, telephone number, date of birth, height, weight, eye color, hair color, and;
- California driver’s license number or California identification card number
Friends, if you’re reading this, own guns and live in Kalifornia (People’s Republic Of), take a couple minutes out of your day and let your representatives know how you feel. This is the registration part; next comes the confiscation part…