AR-15 Demand Soars In Light of New California Regulations

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By Joshua Krause The Daily Sheeple

Two weeks after California Governor Jerry Brown signed into a law a slew of new gun regulations, among them a law that would ban bullet buttons that work around California’s onerous assault weapons ban, guns are flying off the shelves.

According to gun shop owner Ray Parga “The California compliant rifles right now are non-existent. There is nothing out there.” He added that “We’re getting right now, probably 20 calls a day and we are a small shop. Generally they just want to be able to have one before they aren’t allowed to buy them anymore.”

Parga admitted that these new laws, which also require California residents to undergo a background check to buy ammunition and restricts the loaning of firearms to family members, won’t stop any crimes. “Criminals don’t care about the law. Evil is as evil is.” He also claimed that gun manufacturers were sure to find an alternative to bullet buttons, which allow rifle owners to quickly change the magazines in their weapons.

Coincidentally, a company has already released an alternative to the bullet button, known as the Patriot Mag Release. Despite the best efforts of California’s gun grabbers, scary black rifles will continue to be sold in the state for the foreseeable future.

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About the author:

Joshua Krause is a reporter, writer and researcher at The Daily Sheeple. He was born and raised in the Bay Area and is a freelance writer and author. You can follow Joshua’s reports at Facebook or on his personal Twitter. Joshua’s website is Strange Danger .

 

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