That Was Quick

From an email from the NRA:

Earlier this year, Assemblyman Curt Hagman introduced Assembly Bill 373 related to the sales of handguns.  AB373 was sponsored by the National Rifle Association in order to streamline the ability for law-abiding Californians to purchase handguns.

Now that Governor Schwarzenegger has signed AB962 into law, people are already becoming aware of the damage that it will do to California and it’s citizens.  Therefore, the NRA and Assemblyman Hagman have agreed to amend AB373 into legislation that would repeal AB962.  The newly amended AB373 will be heard in the State Legislature in January of 2010 so we must be ready for these hearings.

All of California’s firearms owners, dealers, shooters, hunters, collectors, clubs/organizations, and ammunition vendors, should be prepared to join in this effort to repeal AB962.  This will not be an easy fight, but it is possible to win if we all stick together and act in an organized manner.

We, the NRA, will have specific activities that everyone can participate in during this important effort.  Please stand-by and be prepared to help.  There is no good reason not to be part of the team.

Read the NRA-ILA News Release regarding Governor Schwarzenegger’s counter-productive signing of AB962 at http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/NewsReleases.aspx?ID=12998 .

As a first-step in this process; please contact Assemblyman Curt Hagman and thank him for demonstrating his leadership by using his legislation (AB373) for this very important effort to repeal AB962.  His office phone number is 916-319-2060 and you can email him at [email protected].

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  4. I really think all firearms manufacturers and ammo manufacturers should do the same thing that Barret did… refuse to sell to or service any government agency within CA…. if the government doesn’t want guns or ammo there…. the manufacturers should stop supplying the government.

    I wonder how long it would take for the police to run dry and start carrying around empy guns

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