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Under current California law, if a friend or family member claims that someone is a threat to himself or others, a “gun violence protection order” can be issued by the court against that person, and that person would have his firearms confiscated. He wouldn’t be allowed to possess any guns for a year after the protection order was given.
Under a law proposed by state senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara), that one-year ban on gun possession would be extended to ten years. And for good measure, she threw in a provision that bans any transfer of firearms from one person to a family member without a proper background check. A father giving his son his shotgun would require a background check from a licensed dealer. Otherwise, they’d both be in violation.
originally posted by: smurfy
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
If ever affected by this "law" just take it to the SC and cite the 2nd, 4th & 6th...
Possibly more if had the inclination to check.
many parts of the constitution are from another era, and out of time.