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Court Upholds California’s “Wait for Waiting’s Sake” Gun Sales Law
12-30-2016, 12:12 PM
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Court Upholds California’s “Wait for Waiting’s Sake” Gun Sales Law
Court Upholds California’s “Wait for Waiting’s Sake” Gun Sales Law
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01-05-2017, 01:12 PM
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I'm embarrassed to admit I lived and worked in Public Safety in the state of California. I am SO glad to be out of there.


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I moved away over 23 years ago(?) and have not looked back. My brother on the other is still dealing with the BS. He retires in about 3 to 4 years, then will decide what his game plan is.
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It is humorous that liberals think waiting laws help. Sorry, but someone wanting to commit murder will do it somehow. And they will aquire the firearm illegally if they want to do it. Almost all gun crime is committed with illegal weapons. Ask your local Police, if you doubt that.

These laws are just attempts to restrict gun sales period. Insane people will wait a few days. Criminals don't do normal gun sales as they cannot pass background checks. We probably need the same laws for Abortions, Voting rights, or a host of other items. Democrats are stupid and stuff like this just proves the point.

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