California Attack On Open Carry Passes Committee, Heads to Floor for Vote

Another heads up for all you Californians who read the blog…

Wednesday May 12, the Assembly Appropriations Committee passed Assembly Bill 1934.  AB1934 now heads to the floor of the Assembly for consideration.

Source: NRA-ILA

Not good guys… Not good.

It’s your last chance to contact your Assembly Member and urge them to oppose the Bill.

A reader and frequent commenter Bryce who is a resident of California notified me that they are definitely trying to sneak this one in.  He says there is NO COVERAGE whatsoever on the local news stations. Very troubling.

Hat Tip: Bryce


5 responses to “California Attack On Open Carry Passes Committee, Heads to Floor for Vote”

  1. Aleksandr Mravinsky Avatar
    Aleksandr Mravinsky

    We knew about this forever ago. But alas, there is not much we can do. We show up at meetings, we contact our assembly members, we send emails and faxes. Just doesn’t get through their thick skulls. Thing is, though, that this *might* work in our favor when trying to get shall-issue concealed carry post-McDonald. AB1810 (forced registration of long guns), though can’t help us and will cost the state money.

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      I feel for you Aleksandr, it seems like their minds are made up. :(

  2. California residents should go after the brady gun grabbers, million mom march who use donations to go to these bleeding heart assemblymen and senators. people of California need to know their enemy. the ones who want to kill the 2nd admendment. Know the progressive and liberal democrats who are destroying our freedoms. KNOW THEM WE NEED TO BE EDUCATED.

  3. Sign the petition for California at – AB 1934 must be stopped.

    In 2008 the Supreme Court said that the Second Amendment secures “the individual right to possess and carry weapons in case of confrontation.” What part of right-to-carry does Asemblywoman Saldana not understand?

    Sign the petition today!

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      Thanks Mike. At 1765 signatures so far, that isn’t looking like very convincing evidence to present to the senate :(