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Posted: 8/25/2003 11:56:11 AM EDT
Depending on who the new governor is will you be able to buy AR's? Who is for it and who's against it.

Just wondering.
Link Posted: 8/25/2003 3:18:44 PM EDT
We can still buy AR's, we just have to drive to AZ or NV to buy them. Bringing them back into CA is a no-no under the current BS law. I'm not holding my breath for any current or future politician to repeal the CA AWB. For now we have to make do with FAB-10 neutered AR's or the Mini-14(I used to own one, great rifle!).
Link Posted: 8/25/2003 3:52:02 PM EDT
well if the SCOTUS case regarding the Cali AWB gets picked up, and then it gets decided in favor of the 2nd ammendment, you may very well see its abolition. Those are a lot of "ifs", but one can hope.
Link Posted: 8/25/2003 4:23:40 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/25/2003 5:13:30 PM EDT
to be frank, that's gonna be way down on the list of things to do for any new governor. Wwhoever they are is going to be fighting with the Demo controlled legislature on a lot of things, why waste political capital on a no-winner. Now if the winner gets re-elected and has a better legislature to work with maybe. But until we get a better legislature the Governor don't really matter on it.
Link Posted: 8/25/2003 7:10:49 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/25/2003 7:26:17 PM EDT by model927]
Just remember if the federal ban goes away nothing will change until the supreme court gets off their asses and rules on whether we have an individual or collective right to keep and bear arms and they would have to side with the individual right because the term "the people"is meant no diferently in the second ammendment from any where else in the constitution,if you actualy take the constitution literaly especialy when aplied to the militia articles contained in it"if called to militia service you were to report with a weapon,ammunition and equipment in common use at the time" and "the people" are classified as the unorganized militia"maybe that should be changed to organized so the national gaurd dosent think its them,wich they are not because they are supplied by the feds and organized by them,militia are independently organized and supplied.then only those of us who own military type arms are realy the only ones with constitutional protections the only firearms that would not be covered are those that were never used for military service,then every one would have to have an AR or AK or peacemaker or winchester,I kinda like the literal interpretation,besides who needs a mini 14 id rather have the AR or AK.So if the supreme court ruled in the citizens god given inalienable right to own a weapon in common use a class action suit could be brought against california for depriving you of your constitutional rights they would have to lift the ban,the ruling would set a precedant but if its ever ruled a collective right then the rest of our charter rightsAKA the bill of rights first 10 inalienable ammendments would not be worth their intended meaning that we already know,THEY ARE INDIVIDUAL INALIENABLE RIGHTS,at least the original 10,thats why the ANTIS should wake up if the scond ammendment goes so will our right to free speech,and then law enforcement could just start kicking down every ones door and many would resist,thosands and then welcome to a 21st century civil war.
Link Posted: 8/25/2003 9:11:55 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Stanze: we just have to drive to AZ or NV to buy them.
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Are you talking private party? Last time I was in Vegas, *all* the dealers said they wouldn't sell to a Kommiefornian.
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