The California State Senate passed seven gun-control bills last week, tightening the leash on gun owners in a state already entrenched in an on-going, subversion of its residents’ 2nd Amendment rights.
The other bills include:
- SB 567 will change the definition of certain types of shotgun so that they can be classified as “assault weapons.”
- SB 374 will ban detachable rifle magazines.
- SB 396 makes it a crime to own or sell magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.
- BS 755 will ban former alcoholics and drug addicts from owning a gun for 10 years.