Second Amendment groups fight CA’s gun control laws in court

By John Hrabe | Cal Watchdog

As fast as California lawmakers can write new gun-control laws, Second Amendment groups are challenging them in court.

Earlier this month, a state senator, who has expressed support for racial profiling of ammunition sales, introduced legislation to require background checks and gun registration for weapons assembled at home. Senate Bill 808, authored by Sen. Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles, would require anyone who makes or assembles a firearm to first apply to the Department of Justice for a unique serial number or other identifying mark.

If recent gun-control battles are any indication, the bill’s strongest challenge won’t come during the legislative process. Instead, it can expect to face a serious challenge from the nation’s leading Second Amendment advocacy groups that are taking their cause to court.

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