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An Overview of California's Gun Laws
An Overview of California's Gun Laws

Gun control is a hot-button issue in our country, and California is one of the strictest states in the U.S. regulating the sale, possession, and use of firearms. If you plan to carry a gun, it’s useful to know the state and federal laws. This is especially true in ...

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