California Determined To Do Away With Gun Stores Altogether

It’s a day that ends in “y,” so you know what that means. It’s time for another example of how the state of California guns. In today’s episode, the state considers a bill that will basically drive the vast majority of gun stores out of business simply by making it almost impossible for the law to be complied with by small businesses–you know, the kind of operations the vast majority of gun stores in this country are?

Further, some of the required features aren’t permitted in many communities due to local laws.

SB 464 by Sen. Jerry Hill (D – San Mateo) mandates that Federal Firearms Licensees (FFL) add expensive new security measures to protect their inventory, including, in some cases, the installation of concrete or hardened steel pillars for stopping a vehicle.

“SB 464 ignores the plethora of security regulations with which FFLs are already required to comply with at the federal, state and local levels,” said Craig DeLuz, Spokesman for the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC). “Even worse, it overlooks the fact that many local municipalities and commercial property owners often do not allow such property modifications.”

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