Despite ratcheting up restrictions on legal firearms and limiting the field of available options, the number of gun transactions in California has been growing in recent years.
The state Democratic Party and wealthy billionaires have financed California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “Safety for All” voter proposition.
The U.S. Secret Service awarded more than $16.3 million in contracts for ammunition last month, according to notices listed by the GSA.
The Drug Enforcement Agency awarded contracts for new Glock pistols and a supply of ammo in the past month, according to contract announcements.
After making a video slamming Lt. Gov. Newsom’s Prop. 63 ballot initiative, Olympian Kim Rhode was not one to sit idly by while Newsom tried to dismiss her fears via social media.
As someone that goes through 800 rounds daily to keep on top of her game, pro shooter and six-time Olympic champ Kim Rhode says that California’s Prop. 63 is wrong for gun owners.
The California group gathering signatures for a set of Hail Mary ballot propositions to repeal seven pending anti-gun laws is throwing in the towel after falling far short of their goal.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, running for the Governor’s mansion in the future but backing an anti-gun ballot measure and a marijuana referendum this year, had his Facebook event hijacked.
The California Police Chiefs Association has joined other groups in opposition to Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Prop. 63 “Safety for All” voter initiative.
Following last month’s catastrophic flooding in large parts of Louisiana, the organization that creates safety and technical standards for firearm ammunition published guidelines for salvaging wet ammo.