News out of the North State
California’s ban on the possession of “high capacity” magazines goes into effect on July 1, and Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko made clear he has no plans to send deputies out to collect them.
Bosenko said, “We’re not going to be knocking on anybody’s door looking for them.”
According to the Sacramento Bee, Bosenko said the new law effectively makes “law-abiding citizens into criminals” while doing nothing to stop criminals from continuing to prey on law-abiding citizens.
California banned the sale of “high capacity” magazines in 2010, but the state government allowed Californians who already owned such magazines to maintain possession of them. In 2016, Democrat lawmakers pushed through a ban that covered possession of the magazines also, and Breitbart News reported Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed the new ban on July 1, 2016.
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