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I'm thankful but, he could have done this when the prices were down.... not in the middle of inflated prices...
 

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Now THAT's a classy outfit. I don't need any ammo right now, but their support is much appreciated.

Tim
Ummm........... you don't NEED ammo? Thats like saying you don't need another gun!! Need has nothing to do with it! When the sun shines you make hay!
 

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The preliminary injunction is 120 pages but well worth the read, the Honorable Judge Benitez lays into both the State and it’s legislature, here are a couple gems,

“The purported state interest to be achieved by these new laws is keeping ammunition out of the hands of prohibited Californians. These new laws are constitutionally defective for several reasons. First, criminals, tyrants, and terrorists don’t do background checks. The background check experiment defies common sense while unduly and severely burdening the Second Amendment rights of every responsible, gun-owning citizen desiring to buy ammunition. Second the implementing regulations systematically prohibit or deter an untold number of law-abiding California citizen-residents from undergoing the required background checks. Third, in the seven months since implementation, the standard background check rejected citizen-residents who are not prohibited persons approximately 16.4 % of the time. Fourth, the ammunition anti-importation laws directly violate the federal dormant Commerce Clause”

"The Court notes that this deferential treatment of government restrictions of Second Amendment rights is not to be found anywhere in the Bill of Rights or in the text of the Second Amendment. It begs the question, is there anything that a government cannot claim to be a substantial state interest? And if that is the case then can the state, through its legislative powers, run roughshod over constitutionally protected rights by claiming they are “common sense laws”that promote the government interest? After all, there is hardly any governmental intrusion that cannot be rationalized as important (for example, a Japanese internment camp).“


Really Pure Gold lines like these are throughout the whole PI, https://michellawyers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/2020-04-23-Order-Granting-MPI.pdf
 

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The preliminary injunction is 120 pages but well worth the read, the Honorable Judge Benitez lays into both the State and it’s legislature, here are a couple gems,








Really Pure Gold lines like these are throughout the whole PI, https://michellawyers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/2020-04-23-Order-Granting-MPI.pdf
THANK YOU! Both to you, for taking the time to be literate and unlazy on my behalf, and to the judge for saying what so many of us have been screaming, wearing the right outfit, sitting in the right seat.

He is indeed a blessing. Did that document have an address for thank you cards?
 
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