ALERT: If You Live In California- Here’s Why You Will Now Be A FELON On January 1st



California Proposition 63, the Background Checks for Ammunition Purchases and Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazine Ban Initiative, was on the November 8, 2016, ballot in California as an initiated state statute. It was approved


Both buyers and sellers of ammunition in California face new stipulations. Any vendor that sells more than 500 rounds per month will need a license from the state, which will require them to conduct background checks on their employees and report lost or stolen ammunition to authorities within 48 hours of discovering that it is missing. All ammunition sales ARE REQUIRED TO take place through a licensed vendor, including the delivery of purchases made over the internet.

That does not include transfers of ammunition, where no money is exchanged, though those must still take place face-to-face. Buyers will be required to pass a background check at the point of sale. Vendors will send customers’ personal information to the state Department of Justice, which will run it through databases of firearms transactions and prohibited gun owners to ensure the buyer is eligible before approving the purchase.

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Buyers will be charged a transaction fee of up to $1 for each background check to fund enforcement. Purchasing ammunition for others who are not eligible to buy it will be considered a misdemeanor.


Prop 63 also includes: California banned large-capacity magazines for most individuals in 2000. Individuals who had large-capacity magazines before 2000 were allowed to keep the magazines. Proposition 63 removed the ownership exemption for pre-2000 owners of large-capacity magazines. The measure provided for charging Individuals who do not comply with it with an infraction.


Amendment II:

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

The Bill of Rights doesn’t grant us our rights, it protects them from government.  As natural rights, everyone in the world has them, but the United States is the only place that recognized that these rights must be protected from government infringement.  The Bill of Rights isn’t necessary to grant us rights. It’s important, because it reminds us that we have rights and who is out to take them from us at all times: government.

Notice that the 2nd Amendment doesn’t say anything such as, “The people are hereby granted the right to keep and bear arms.”  It assumes the right already exists.  It says, “The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”  In other words, the right is there already.  It isn’t in question.  The only expressed mandate the 2nd Amendment puts forth is that it forbids anyone from infringing on this right.  It doesn’t say, “shall not be infringed by Congress,” in the same way that the 1st Amendment only restricts congress.  It doesn’t say, “Shall not be infringed, except by state and local governments,” nor does it say, “shall not be infringed, unless you’re a felon or have a mental illness.”  It’s very blunt when it says, “shall not be infringed.”  There are no caveats.  Once the unconstitutional Gun Control Act of 1968 was passed, making it illegal for felons to own guns, government has found many more ways to make felons out of millions more Americans.

Isn’t that convenient?  How safe will a military veteran with PTSD be if we’re told that people with mental illnesses can’t own guns?  It is our responsibility and duty to stand up against tyranny.

Prop 63 also allows the court to determine if a person is mentally unfit and remove their gun rights for life.

Under this very vague description, it is well within the states’ rights to determine a Vet with PTSD, unfit and remove his rights to own firearms. 

I say it is time to kick California out, it acts as its own private nation and seriously ignores the citizens’ rights and dictates to them how they will live and what they can do and what they can own.  That is NOT a life with free agency nor a life protected by their inalienable rights.

Can President Elect Donald Trump go in and clean out the insanity from California Liberals or has it become a lost cause and a home to the truly insane?

I cannot fathom how it must be to be a patriot in California and to have your Bill of Rights not only ignored, but blatantly removed from you.

California calls this, THE SAFETY FOR ALL ACT OF 2016.  IT PASSED

They simply cannot grasp that criminals do not follow laws and that no matter what laws they pass and rights they violate, criminals will continue to do as they please.

Why?  Because criminals do not follow laws!  These types of laws set a very bad precedent for other states to attempt to pass such bills.  This is a plague that is killing our protected rights and people simply do not care.



AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.



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