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Friday
Jun222012

UPDATE: CA Bullet Button Controversy

California has big problem with the bullet button, yet no one really knows how to handle this problem.  If you are out of the loop please see my recent post outlining the complete BS surrounding the bullet button controversy.  San Francisco CBS 5 has done an update to their news story that seems to have started all this madness.  Check out the vid:

For SF I would have expected a ton of liberal anti-gun propaganda, but I'm quite impressed at how unbiased the coverage seems to be.  The best part of the whole vid, was that that Kamala Harris didn't want to get pwnd on the news and sent her media lackey to fumble over gun laws.  Check out the direct quote:

“If someone is found with a gun that’s assembled and the bullet button on the gun, that is an illegal gun in the state of California,” she told us. Within seconds, however, she said the opposite. “But a bullet button is legal, right?” we asked her. “Yes.”

Wow, I never ceased to be amazed that a legislature that put these crappy laws into effect has little to no comprehension of how they work. Those licensed gun stores across the state are selling illegal weapons?  Nope, but the Harris administration just doesn't understand a damned thing about guns or legislature.  Lol, if the bullet button is legal, than isn't this whole plot to ban the button a moot point?

I also like how there is this "we don't want these guns in our state" mentality (thanks Don Peralta, author of the AW ban) which is a complete falsehood.  I would estimate several hundred thousand ARs and AKs with bullet buttons currently take residence in California.  Let's not forget the assault weapons ban was not something that the people voted on in a general election.  The libs decided it was good and made it law... Well, a poorly written confusing loop hole style law that they are back peddling on years later.

So what's the answer?  Well as I said before, but I don't think anything will happen.  If the button gets deemed illegal there will be a TON of "assault weapons" floating around that are "sorta legal".  The AW registration simply won't ever happen again, and at best case maybe this is a step towards the complete removal of the bullet button in favor of non-modified AR or AK :)

One a closing note, I feel bad for the guy who got arrested with his bullet button rifle.  I'm glad he is suing the DOJ, and I hope this helps the overall case for AWs in CA.  You think maybe this guy could have taken some money that he got from selling of his ARs and GET THAT FRIGGIN CRACK IN THE WINDSHIELD FIXED!!!!!

hat tip Mike from up north