California to Enforce Microstamping Gun Law

Chuck Michel: An Exclusive NRA News Cam & Co. Interview

A controversial California gun control law that was passed in 2007 is finally ready to be enacted. The bill requires that every new semiautomatic handgun be equipped with microstamping technology that would allow police to trace a firearm from cartridges found at a crime scene. California civil rights and firearm regulation attorney Chuck Michel provides details on the new law and attempts to overturn it. Originally aired on NRA News Cam & Co. 5/20/13

The controversial law was passed in 2007 and is finally ready to be enacted.

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