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Legally Transporting Firearms in California is Ridiculously Confusing

Laws in California are both confusing and frustrating — especially for gun owners. They’re so complicated, that gun enthusiasts visiting the state run a serious risk of getting in trouble with law enforcement simply for abiding by the laws they’re familiar with.

Regulations on transporting handguns are some of the best examples of just how insane gun control has become in the state. While the purpose of handguns is to obviously have a lightweight means of self defense should the need arise, the state of California requires users to have the weapons locked separately from magazines and ammunition when being transported.

Rules for transporting rifles and shotguns are not quite as bad, but they get much worse when they’re arbitrarily considered to be “assault weapons”. At that point, there are even rules on where your car is allowed to be if you’re in the process of transporting one. It’s really a wonder why any gun owner even bothered to register “assault weapons” in the state.

To clarify, we’re putting the phrase “assault weapon” in quotes because the gun-grabbing left seems to change the definition every few months.

So, if you have plans to visit California or are a resident who isn’t fully caught up on all of the rules, the video below is definitely essential viewing. The Daily Shooter walks you through all the things you need to do to safely and legally transport your weapons below.

~ Firearm Daily


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