What's the big deal?

According to the official language submitted to the California Attorney General, Proposition 63 includes the following provisions:

House-to-House Confiscation of Private Property

Millions of legal magazines will need to be sold out-of-state, taken out-of-state, or seized by law enforcement. Many legal firearms require magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds, making them effectively illegal. This backdoor gun ban is not just on future sales, but forces you to surrender your existing private property to law enforcement.

Forces Legal Ammunition Vendors Out of Business

Thousands of ammunition retailers will soon be prohibited from selling ammunition and possibly forced to close their doors. Vendors will be required to pay additional fees to have their employees authorized as a seller of ammunition. The ammunition vendors will be prohibited from selling ammunition into California, meaning no direct ammunition sales through the mail to your residence.  Your access to exercise your Second Amendment rights is being artificially restricted.

Leave Your Ammo at the Range

By criminalizing the private sale or transfer of ammunition, it will soon be a crime to share ammo with a friend or family member to finish up a hunting trip or day at the range. Proposition 63 would prohibit leaving the range with any unused ammunition purchased at the range.

Costly Fees & Long Waits for You

This latest attempt to coerce you into giving up your weapons includes yet another illegal fee under the guise of more background checks, including for people who have already been screened by law enforcement. Proposition 63 will soon force you to pay another $50 fee and wait 30 days for authorization. Rather than pay another government fine for exercising your Second Amendment rights, why not support the fight to stop this unconstitutional measure?