Local reaction on three proposed gun control laws in the CA Assembly

Local reaction on three proposed gun control laws in the CA Assembly

gun control laws.PNG Bakersfield, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — Phil Ting, Assembly member in San Fransisco, says the firearm industry needs accountability, just like every other industry in the nation. “If you have an issue with your automobile, if you have an issue with a toy-you have the ability to sue that manufacturer for any particular fault or any particular issue,” Phil Ting, Assembly member in the19th District (D), said. James Faber, a gunowner in Tehachapi, says those kinds of laws were set up for someone to sue a manufacturer who made a defective product, but that’s not what we’re talking about when someone buys a gun and decides to use it to kill. “This is going after the manufacturer of a product for misuse of the product I would call it, because it goes beyond a firearm,” Faber, said. “You can misuse a vehicle and kill people.” A second bill, ab 1621, follows the Biden administration’s action to regulate ghost gun parts by treating them as firearms. “This bill is not about taking away the rights of legal gun owners,” Mike Gipson, Assemblyman in the 64th District (D), said. “It’s not about that. AB 1621 ensures that these dangerous and untraceable weapons are eradicated.” Kern County Sheriff, Donny Youngblood says the law won’t fix the problem. “The ghost guns are out of the closest, you’re not going to be able to put them back. You’re going to always be able to make ghost guns, so you’ll just be violating the […]

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