Red Flag Laws in California


Just a way to make law abiding citizens “REGISTER” all their guns for confiscation later. The sad truth about Red Flag laws is that any case brought before a judge will be granted. No right minded judge will deny it on the grounds that if he/she does throw it out and that individual uses a gun then it’s on the judge. They will only keep adding to the Red Flag laws until they can disarm the legally armed populous.

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Under the state’s “red flag” laws, Californians can petition a court to have police remove firearms from those threatening to harm themselves or others. The law was recently expanded to allow teachers, employers and coworkers to seek the temporary removal of firearms from the homes of people making threats.

They will keep adding to the Red Flag laws until the police are able to kick in your doors on an anonymous tip. Dont believe me? Hide and watch!
ALL new gun laws made now are for disarming or restricting the legally armed American citizen.

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^^^ that right there.

from the article:

Of the 345,547 ammunition background checks performed, only 101 stopped the buyer because he or she was a “prohibited person” who can’t legally possess ammunition, according to state Department of Justice data.
Yet another 62,000 ammunition purchases were rejected as well. Those people left empty-handed because their personal information hadn’t been entered into the state’s system, or the information on their identification cards didn’t match what officials had entered into the California gun registry database, which retail sellers must review when they do the ammunition background check.

Ok… lets do some math…
62,000 sales out of 345,000 sale checks… that’s a WHOPPING 18% !!

What percentage of bad guys did we stop with that? 101 out of 345,000 is … 0.03%.
That’s right… three HUNDREDTHS of a percent.

Sooo… customers pay a $20 fee for the pleasure of being added to CA’s gun registra… er… ammo background check program.
Then $1 per purchase.

If we guess that I buy ammo more often than the average buyer, let’s say average people buy 6 times a year.
That’s about 57,500 people who were added to the system… so $1,150,000 in setup fees.
Add the $1 per sale, for another $345,000 for a total of $1,495,000 of Californian citizen’s dollars.

That works out to 101 people prevented from buying ammo at an average cost of …

$14,801 dollars EACH

Almost 15 THOUSAND dollars PER bad guy.

:rage:

If you want to know the intent of an action, take a look at it’s outcome. Just Sayin’.

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California’s socialist governor and his related family in office (Pelosi) have pushed these anti gun laws that do nothing to stop crimes but make life difficult for the law abiding citizens. There is no such control measures against law abiding citizens that will prevent incidents involving a gun. Bad people will always have guns. Stricter laws and the death sentence would clean up these thugsoff the street. By the Way, how did a foreign person get a gun onto a naval base and kill innocent people ?? Bad people always fine away around laws.

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