By Tom Knighton
We all know just how hostile to the Second Amendment the state of California is. If there’s a ludicrous idea to allegedly reduce crime but will really just impact the rights of ordinary Americans, California will jump all in for it. Such is their way.
A while ago, the state enacted numerous restrictions on ammunition, clearly taking a cue from public intellectual and policy expert Chris Rock (language in this clip is NSFW):
The new regulations come into effect in a staggered manner, which means it’s hard to keep up with what’s happening when. Luckily, The Firearms Blog has a guest post from Cabela’s Laura Cromwell dealing with this tidbit.
Jan. 1, 2018
- Vendors must have Department of Justice approval to sell ammo – Current retailers with an ammo supply may stop providing ammunition altogether due to the process of getting DOJ consent. For hunters and shooters in rural areas who rely on mom-and-pop sporting goods stores, they may need to seek out a new supplier as well as plan on driving a lot farther to find the ammunition of their choice.
- Importing ammunition – Californians must go to an ammunition vendor that has been approved by the DOJ. If a resident …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms