"Californians have the constitutional right to acquire and use state-of-the-art handguns to protect themselves. They should not be forced to settle for decade-old models of handguns to ensure that they remain safe inside or outside the home. But unfortunately, the UHA’s CLI, MDM, and microstamping requirements do exactly that. Because enforcing those requirements implicates the plain text of the Second Amendment, and the government fails to point to any well-established historical analogues that are consistent with them, those requirements are unconstitutional and their enforcement must be preliminarily enjoined. Accordingly, Plaintiffs’ motion for a preliminary injunction is GRANTED."
Eat shit and die, Commie legislature!
The state has 14 days for appeals, after which this injunction is in full force.
If they go to the 9th Circus en banc, they'll lose again. If they do, SCOTUS won't even listen to further appeal.
The jackassical Califrutopia Handgun Roster is deader than canned tuna.
If you live elsewhere, and are contemplating a handgun purchase, you'd best move smartly.
The giant sucking sound is going to be the re-opening of 10% of the U.S. handgun market, and the avalanche of product returning to store shelves in the Land of the Banned. Expect firearms manufacturers' stocks to tick upward.