San Francisco requires handgun owners to secure weapons in their homes by storing them in a locker, keeping them on their bodies or applying trigger locks. The city also bans the sale of ammunition that expands on impact, has “no sporting purpose” and is commonly referred to as hollow-point bullets.
The Supreme Court justice denied the request to block enforcement of the ordinance that bans gun magazines capable of holding more than 10 bullets.
Gun rights supporters gathered in downtown Sacramento’s Capitol Park on Saturday as part of a nationwide rally.
Just one week after the election, gun sales are skyrocketing. Many of those buyers are concerned President Barack Obama has their Second Amendment rights in the cross hairs.
How much discretion California’s law enforcement officials have in issuing concealed weapons permits is the subject of a federal lawsuit with national overtones.
A judge has ruled that key sections of a California law restricting the sale of handgun ammunition cannot be enforced because they are unconstitutional.