“They can pass all the laws they want, and I can guarantee you we are going to find a way around them.”

Via the Record Searchlight: 

Gun owners in California will see new laws go into effect in 2018 affecting assault weapons owners and how ammunition can be purchased.

Beginning Jan. 1, Californians can no longer order ammunition online and have it delivered to their home.

All ammunition has to be purchased through a state licensed firearms dealer, said Patrick Jones of Jones Fort gun shop in Redding.

While the end of online ammo purchasing begins in 2018, a second ammunition restriction kicks in beginning in 2019 when ammunition purchasers must pass a background check to buy bullets and shotgun shells.

While the new state law, passed by voters in 2016, forces people to purchase ammunition from local brick-and-mortar stores like his, Jones said he was still against it.

He predicted people will go out of state to purchase ammunition to get around the new laws.

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