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CSTactical
10-12-2009, 1:44 PM
Ammunition Limit in AB962 was removed before being signed... For more details click here:

http://www.cstactical.com/index.php?option=com_joobb&view=topic&topic=23&Itemid=262

M1A Rifleman
10-12-2009, 2:19 PM
If it is true, it is some good news in that being limited to buying a single 50 round box of 22LR is a bit over the top.

reidnez
10-12-2009, 2:25 PM
If it is true, it is some good news in that being limited to buying a single 50 round box of 22LR is a bit over the top.

That wasn't part of the bill...it would have limited private sales (i.e. on this site) to 50 rounds, per person, per month, but that was removed from the bill before it passed. I don't recall any language putting a limit on retail sales.

In any case, yeah it sucks. At least it doesn't go into effect until 2011. LOTS of time to stock up!

ke6guj
10-12-2009, 2:26 PM
If it is true, it is some good news in that being limited to buying a single 50 round box of 22LR is a bit over the top.

here's the actual bill that became law, read it for yourself, http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/09-10/bill/asm/ab_0951-1000/ab_962_bill_20090921_enrolled.html

kf6tac
10-12-2009, 2:27 PM
If it is true, it is some good news in that being limited to buying a single 50 round box of 22LR is a bit over the top.

It is true, but it's also old news. The 50-round limit has been gone since the time that the bill was in the Senate.

CSTactical
10-12-2009, 2:32 PM
True, but I've seen a lot of buzz online today from people complaining about the bill passing WITH a limit on ammunition purchases...

M1A Rifleman
10-12-2009, 2:37 PM
Thats some good news then. I also see in reading the final version that componets including bullets are not included as they are not defines by Section 12323 of the PC.

Still, the bummer is not being able to obtain 22Lr via mail order since it is currently difficult to find in this state, and I doubt it will get better soon.

bodger
10-12-2009, 2:37 PM
True, but I've seen a lot of buzz online today from people complaining about the bill passing WITH a limit on ammunition purchases...


That same level of FUD will be what makes most online vendors throw up their hands and not even try to figure out what's legal in the PRK anymore.

Besides, DeLeon will try to get that added back on. We haven't seen the last of this crap. Challenging it from an interstate commerce perspective is all well and good, but what's the timeline on that?

You buy ammo in CA in 2011, you give a fingerprint I'll bet. Pending court cases be damned.