Shasta Supervisors reach out to CA Rifle & Pistol Assoc. for 2nd Amendment resolution

Shasta Supervisors reach out to CA Rifle & Pistol Assoc. for 2nd Amendment resolution

A wall display showcases a series of riffles for sale at the Down Range Indoor Training Center in Chico, on Thursday. The store opened as usual but took measures to comply with social distancing. (KRCR)<p>{/p}<p>{/p}<p>{/p}<p>{/p} SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. — In the wake of the Boulder shooting, the Shasta County Board of Supervisors has delayed their vote on the resolution of the second amendment. The California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA) told KRCR their organization has worked with a number of counties in the state. Guns coron Rick Travis, Director of Development at the CRPA, says supervisors typically reach out to their association to vote on this resolution. And while Travis and other gun owners feel the second amendment is being challenged, he says they’re simply trying to stop further restrictions on buying guns when it’s the criminal element that has caused the uproaring debate. That by adding more hoops and fees for law abiding citizens who want to own a gun shouldn’t be something they need to go through. “So we, the law-abiding, are being penalized while [there’s nothing happening to] the criminal element,” said Travis. “I’ve looked through California’s DOJ system who have guns and haven’t [gone] after them and got them locked up. So, that’s why I think many of us feel like ‘why are you coming after us? We’re not the ones that are doing the crimes.’” He adds that there are some proposals on a national and local level that are aiming to raise fees […]

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