The poorly-conceived “ammo bill” AB962 has been struck down as being “unconstitutionally vague” by Fresno Superior Court Justice Jeffrey Hamilton. The ruling comes just days before the law would have taken effect… a law that, among other things, would ban internet sales of handgun ammo and require local ammo buyers to be fingerprinted and reported to the CA Department of Justice. Aside from being a blatent violation of an individual right to due process, this law would have been very expensive. AB962 would have cost the financially burdened State millions of dollars annually in wasted revenue to track and record lawful ammo sales, while providing no empirical benefits for crime prevention.
Update from California: AB 962 Shot Down In Superior Court