10-Day California Waiting Law Deemed Unconstitutional

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The Golden State 2nd Amendment Council’s own Don Kilmer has just won a very important court battle against the anti-gun California lawmakers. Federal Eastern District of California Senior Judge Anthony W. Ishii has ruled that California’s mandatory 10-day waiting period before being allowed to take procession of a firearm violated the Second Amendment.

Even though a person passes a background check and is a law abiding citizen, California lawmakers decided to force everyone to wait an additional 10 days, delaying the exercise of our Second Amendment rights.

Don Kilmer said “We are happy that Second Amendment rights are being acknowledged and protected by our courts. This case is one more example of how our judicial branch brings balance to government in order to insure our liberty. I am elated that we were able to successfully vindicate the rights of our clients.”

The Second Amendment Foundation joined the Calguns Foundation in standing up for the rights of California gun owners.

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