Gun advocate shares views on California's ownership laws


Dubbing California’s gun laws “the laws of unintended consequences,” an employee of a gun range in Poway says the state’s legislators do not understand the weapons nor how new rules hurt law-abiding citizens.

“Guns are the most controversial subject in this country, especially California,” said Danielle Rudolph, retail sales director at Poway Weapons & Gear Range, while speaking at the Conservative Order for Good Government’s luncheon in Rancho Bernardo on Tuesday.[.]

“We love responsible gun owners,” Rudolph said, claiming California’s new gun laws are making things “more dangerous” for those who follow the law.

“It’s kind of scary, how they are trying to get rid of more and more guns,” she said, citing how only 731 handgun models among the 3,500 on the market are on a state-approved roster. Rudolph said the year before 935 were on the roster.

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