Certainly Solved That Problem

Posted on February 7, 2014 4:00 pm

To avoid onerous regulations, Smith & Wesson announced that it will no longer sell its handguns in California.

If only California were as successful at chasing criminals out of the state.

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6 Responses to “Certainly Solved That Problem”

  1. walruskkkch says:

    I await the “California Crime Free” headlines to start in, well never, but then again I’m not a liberal.

  2. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    The terrorists win, once again.

  3. Janeane Garofalo says:

    WINGNUTS ARE SO DENSE!!!YOU CANT SEE THIS IS A PROUD MOMENT FOR CALIFORNIA AS IT TAKES A BOLD STEP FORWARD IN THE MOVE AWAY FROM UCKY DEATHDEALING INSTRUMENTS OF MACHO VIOLENCE!!!GUNS ARE EVIL AND CALIFORNIA SHOULD BE PRAISED FOR ITS PROGRESS TO A MORE PEACEFUL AND TOLERANT SOCIETY!!!(YAY!!!)THAT STATE WILL BE BETTER OFF WITHOUT THOSE GUN PEOPLE MESSING UP EVERYTHING!!!TRAINED POLICE SHOULD HAVE GUNS NOT UNTRAINED PEOPLE WHO PUT THEMSELVES AND PEOPLE AROUND THEM IN DANGER!!!!YAY TO CALIFORNIA!!!

  4. Koblog says:

    California doesn’t want a middle class, either.

  5. Rayfan87 says:

    What they need is for all manufacturer’s to do this. Then they can have a stronger 2nd Amendment case, like prince Andy and the 7round limit for the unSAFE act.

  6. blarg says:

    unfortunately, that’s only HALF the story. S&W will continue to sell guns to law enforcement agencies exempt from the laws they impose on their civilian residents. In fact, S&W just signed a 5 year deal to supply the L.A. Sheriff’s department so really, the gun grabbers got exactly what they wanted. No guns for private citizens, extra guns for the jack-booted thugs. The new micro-stamping regulation will eventually drive all firearms vendors to drop California from private sales. They passed a new law requiring that the firing pins of all new guns micro-stamp a serial number onto every shell they fire. Of course law enforcement and elected officials are exempt. They’ve also gotten pretty close to succeeding banning lead ammunition as an environmental hazard (still OK to have it in your car battery though).

    I feel bad for all the good people I knew when I lived there…but I’m also glad that as hard, expensive, and a hassle it was to leave that my wife and I decided to do so and followed through. I’ve been gone for over a year now but I still wake up every morning and say a word of thanks that I’m not I California anymore.

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