New California laws will broaden the definition of prohibited assault weapons, cracking down on a quick-reloading device referred to as the "bullet button." Jeremy B. White jwhite@sacbee.com
New California laws will broaden the definition of prohibited assault weapons, cracking down on a quick-reloading device referred to as the "bullet button." Jeremy B. White jwhite@sacbee.com
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October 29, 2016 12:01 AM

Where is the NRA while California moves toward ammunition control?

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