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Discussion in 'Second Amendment and Legal' started by shadecorp, Jun 30, 2015.
I want the new
.45 Colt-.45 ACP
but not legal in calif.
Got to love it! NOT!!!
Where CA goes the country soon follows....
Guess you've got 2 choices.............................
It will not be a big loss if CA breaks off and falls into the ocean. Actually that would be a much more humane death than dying of thirst or hunger which seems to be the future plans for the people there.
Why doesn't the Redhawk pass CA BS gun infringement?
Actually, I think that they are trying to bankrupt everyone, so they can get on the dole.......................................
I believe it's because all new models ("new" could just be different grips) must have micro-stamping in the chamber and on the firing pin.
As I understand it, micro-stamping will allow them to trace guns by matching the fired case to the gun it came from.
The firearm manufactures/pro-gun side claim micro-stamping can not be done with today's technology so...................
Even if the science for micro-stamping did exist, the crooks could easily defeat it with a pencil grinder and a new firing pin!
This is what I've heard, please correct me if I'm wrong.
There are going to be fired cases laying around?
The manufacturer can probably microstamp the cylinder chambers with a bit of ingenuity...
You are correct. Among other things. But that's the most of it.
That really doesn't work when smart BG uses a revolver so not to leave cases behind.
My LGS showed me on a rifle the ID stamp which was on the receiver I believe. I really don't see how the ID stamps will do any good unless the stamp number is recorded when the gun is sold. IMO it isn't any different than a gun serial number written down when buying a gun now. You can bet criminals are not so stupid as to use a gun that can ID themselves.
I don't think the ID stamp of the casing is going to happen. I don't live in CA so for all I know it might already be a done deal.