Ruger to stop selling ALL semi auto pistols in California?

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  • Younggun

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    Sad part: the only ones this will really effect are the people who were probably against, and voted against those who enacted these laws.
     

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    Let the whole state rot, I've no sympathy for any of them. A lot more companies need to Stop selling anything to California.
     
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    Partly true. They're going to stop paying CA's extortion to keep pistols on the state's "safe" roster. This is a first step toward a lawsuit to attack and remove that roster.
     

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    Partly true. They're going to stop paying CA's extortion to keep pistols on the state's "safe" roster. This is a first step toward a lawsuit to attack and remove that roster.

    So current pistols on the "safe" list, they'll keep selling? I've read how absurd that list is and how much money is involved to get a product on it.
     

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    What a complete 180 from the days when Bill was selling out to the feds. Now Ruger's telling Kalifornia to take a walk. Hopefully others will soon follow suit, and hopefully more than just the firearms industry joins in. I'd love to see the automobile folks tell them to take a walk (literally) as they were going to stop trying to meet CARB rules.

    So current pistols on the "safe" list, they'll keep selling? I've read how absurd that list is and how much money is involved to get a product on it.

    Get a product on and keep it on from what I understand. From what I've read, as products come up for renewal, they will just drop off the approved list as the money will stop flowing from Ruger to Commiefornia.
     

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    So current pistols on the "safe" list, they'll keep selling? I've read how absurd that list is and how much money is involved to get a product on it.

    That's what I'm seeing. Ruger wouldn't have any control of wholesalers selling into CA, but if Ruger lets the roster stuff expire... That's the only way Ruger can really say "no more Ruger pistols to CA."
     
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