Monthly Archives: April 2015

California Starts Attack on Ammunition and Hunting

On April 9, 2015, the California Fish and Game Commission approved regulations to ban all ammunition that contains lead. The regulations will start on July 1st for the 2015 hunting season and be phased in by July 1, 2019. Alternative … Continue reading

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SILICON VALLEY Friends of NRA Dinner in San Jose on May 1, 2015

Join other GS2AC members at the annual Silicon Valley Friends of NRA dinner on May 1, 2015. The event starts at 6 pm and features many fun activities to be enjoyed in the company of like-minded Second Amendment supporters. It … Continue reading

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GS2AC April 2015 Monthly Meeting – Sam Paredes

Join us at the  next meeting of the GS2AC on Thursday, April 30. Our featured  guest  speaker will be  Sam Paredes,  Executive  Director of the Gun Owners of California.   Don’t miss this  chance to meet  the man with all … Continue reading

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AB 1134 Moves on to the Assembly – Bill Burdens CCW Applicants

We previously warned you when AB 1134 was being discussed in the Assembly Public Safety Committee. Now the bill has moved to the California Assembly for approval. Click here for the current status of AB 1134. Please contact your Assembly … Continue reading

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Oppose AB 1134 which allows sheriffs to burden CCW Applicants

Santa Cruz Assemblyman Stone, a well-known anti-gun legislator in Santa Cruz introduced AB 1134, which gives county sheriffs the power to put additional burdens on anyone who wants to apply or renew a CCW license. The California State Sheriffs’ Association, … Continue reading

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Support AB 150 to increase penalties for stealing a firearm

Prop 47, The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act passed by voters last November 4th, decreased the penalties for stealing a firearm $950 or less. At the moment, this is treated as a misdemeanor with a maximum of one year in … Continue reading

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People with violent names are asked to leave New Jersey

Guns.com has reported on a new law in New Jersey that is forcing people with names that can be construed as promoting violence to move out of state within 30 days. Alternatively, they can legally change their names. 527 have … Continue reading

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