California Seeks to Eliminate All Gun Dealers
In an effort to disarm the American public, the White House has been working hard for almost eight years to eliminate or at least disempower the second amendment. The most significant result of their effort has been a skyrocketing increase in gun sales.
AB 2459 Will Put Every Gun Dealer Out Of Business
California has followed suit with numerous attempts to encroached on the Second Amendment rights of it’s citizens. As with the federal actions, most of their efforts have been shut down by challenges from the people or legal action. Yet, they continue to push legislation that limits gun sales, ownership, and use.
This time the changes could be lethal for gun rights. Although none of the legislation being pushed through directly attacks the Second Amendment, the provision of these bills will make it all but impossible for a California gun store to exist.
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To start, AB 2459 will ban all home FFL dealers. There are hundreds of them in the state, and they may serve areas where a traditional brick and mortar store wouldn’t prosper.
Rural residents would be denied their right to defend themselves. They could not legally purchase a firearm unless they drove hours to a larger population area.
For traditional gun stores, the remaining two portions of the bill could drive them out of business.
- AB 2459 would then force all gun dealers to video record all areas of their store wherever firearms or ammunition are stored, displayed, carried, handled, sold, or transferred, including, but not limited to, counters, safes, vaults, cabinets, shelves, cases, and entryways.
- Adding to the Orwellian-ness, gun dealers will have to spend thousands of dollars on storing the high-quality data for up to 10 years on-site, turning each gun store that can afford it into a high capacity hard drive that most tech firms would be jealous of.
Assuming a gun dealer is still in business after the first two requirements, the last one will do them in.
- AB 2459 mandates a first in the world form of insurance– an unobtainable policy that covers the criminal acts of second, third and fourth parties using a firearm or ammunition from the store in question, even if the retailer is in fact the victim of the crime or if the gun or ammo was stolen from the store.
Petitions are being signed now to oppose the bill.
“If AB 2459, California’s Trick Gun Ban, passes, gun stores and soon, all of our Second Amendment rights, will surely become a thing of the past”
Federal Firearms License (FFL): Established by the Gun Control Act of 1968, an FFL is a license in the United States that enables an individual or a company to engage in a business pertaining to the manufacture or importation of firearms and ammunition, or the interstate and intrastate sale of firearms.
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