California legal handguns not on the market for some time


California has more than a dozen licensed handgun makers that produce hundreds of thousands of guns per year, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

Manufacturers have been working on their own legal guns for decades, but that’s about to change.

The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives recently announced it would crack down on gun makers who make guns that are not legal.

And the law that created California’s legal handgun market, passed in 2015, has been criticized for failing to protect gun owners.

Some gun makers have argued the state’s strict licensing rules are too strict and could force them out of business.

But the NRA, a gun rights group that opposes new gun regulations, said that was not the case.

It’s a huge business, the NRA said, and it will be the only industry in the country that will be able to produce the large number of firearms the state requires to carry out its laws.

Gun control advocates and gun rights advocates are pushing to loosen restrictions on gun ownership, such as allowing more people to carry concealed weapons.

Many states, including California, already allow concealed carry in most public places.

The new law would allow people to have up to one gun in their home, without a permit, and those who do not have a permit would not have to get a permit.

It also requires people to register guns at the time they buy them.

A group called the Gun Owners of California, which represents some of the state, is pushing to keep the permit requirement and registration requirement.

“The fact that this bill does not go far enough to protect the Second Amendment is a very troubling sign,” Gun Owners spokesman Steve Loomis said in a statement.

Loomis noted that the bill does require a state-issued handgun permit for gun buyers who do NOT already have one, which will make it more difficult for some people to obtain permits.

This bill does NOT go farenough to protect Second Amendment,” Loomiscis said.

However, the bill also does allow people who do have a concealed handgun permit to have their guns in a secured room at home.

That allows them to carry a gun into stores without having to go through a permit process, Loomislis said, but does not mean the state has to allow people with concealed handguns to bring guns into stores.

In California, people can still be fined for not having a permit to carry, but the penalty would be $250.

It’s also illegal to have more than one gun, and the maximum number of guns a person can own is now limited to six.

California already allows concealed carry on most public transportation, including buses, trains, subways and highways.

Gun-rights advocates also say the bill is unnecessary.

They say the NRA and its allies in the gun lobby, such.

the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, have long pushed for more guns on public transit, saying more guns are needed to stop mass shootings.

People who have been arrested for carrying guns on transit are not allowed to bring their guns on board trains.

Carrying guns on the train is illegal.

California has not been a safe state for gun ownership since a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, killing 20 students and six adults.

In California’s case, the shooter, 26-year-old Adam Lanza, used a Glock 26 pistol and a Ruger 10-22 rifle to kill 20 students at the elementary school, then shot and killed himself in a classroom, authorities said.

Lanza’s father, Eric Lanza Jr., was killed when police responding to the shooting opened fire on him.

He was also the father of another shooter, 20-yearold Emil Lanza.

The Sandy Hook shooting was the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, killing 26 people and wounding scores more.