San Diego, California – In a 6-2 vote, the San Diego City Council approved an ordinance that requires firearms not under direct physical control to be locked up or gun owners could face jail time. The Safe Storage of Firearms Ordinance was introduced to the council last month by San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliot, […]
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A federal judge has ruled California’s ban on high capacity magazines un-constitutional. Proposition 63, which went into effect in 2016, made illegal any magazines capable of carrying more then 10 rounds of ammunition. This is the section of the bill which San Diego-based U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez declared unconstitutional. In the statement of his […]
A man is dead Wednesday of last week after attempting to rob a restaurant in Ukiah, a small town in Northern California. When Subway restaurant store manager Alejandro Melo was approached by a man asking to use his business’s restroom, he didn’t think anything of it. When the man came back however, he walked […]
Crossroads of the West Gun Show held its last event at the Delmar Fair Grounds near San Diego this year. The show had been held in the fair grounds for 30 years, but the board in charge of the event center voted in September to stop allowing gun shows to operate at the venue next […]
Wins and losses for the 2nd amendment out of California on Sept 28, when Governor Jerry Brown vetoed three anti-gun bills but signed two others.
On September 11th, 2018 Federal Judge Troy Nunley determined a California law prohibiting gun store owners from putting up handgun related signs unconstitutional and in violation of First Amendment rights. The law (California Penal Code 26820) first enacted in 1923, kept gun store owners from displaying signs advertising the sale of pistols, but did not […]
In Modesto, last Saturday, a crowd of 500 people gathered along McHenry Avenue Carrying signs with messages including “No more gun laws,” “We will not comply” and “The 2nd Amendment: America’s original homeland security.”
We are going to take an in-depth look at over a few installments is more specific handgun law in the state, so that if you are carrying, you will have a concise and plain understanding of the laws of the state.
A federal ban on the concealed carry guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, according to a federal appeals court, this Wednesday.
Concealed carry permits could get more expensive due to a new bill that the California state Assembly sent to Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday.