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.
Californians have flooded several sheriff offices with applications and inquiries for permits to carry concealed guns.
State will appeal court ruling that overturned concealed weapons restrictions in San Diego County.
The National Rifle Association is suing the city of San Francisco, claiming the city violated the Second Amendment with a new ordinance banning possession of magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
Over 70 percent of the time a minor is killed by a gun, the gun used was housed in that minor’s own home.
Local sheriffs and gun rights supporters joined forces Monday to voice their opposition to tougher gun control laws in California.
Gun rights supporters gathered in downtown Sacramento’s Capitol Park on Saturday as part of a nationwide rally.