We’ve covered a lot of gun laws in the United States, but here’s a quick rundown of the ones that are most often mentioned in gun control debates.
Here are some of the more notable ones that have made it into the news lately.
California – California has some of America’s strictest gun laws.
There are strict waiting periods for people to purchase guns, and there’s a maximum penalty of five years in prison for anyone convicted of violating gun laws, as well as a $1,000 fine for anyone who violates a waiting period.
In addition, gun dealers are required to notify local police if anyone is violating waiting periods, or if someone is selling a weapon.
The state’s laws are stricter than those in the rest of the country, however, and some gun owners argue the stricter laws make it harder to purchase a gun.
According to the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, California has the highest rate of gun violence in the country.
California’s gun laws are so strict that some gun stores have been forced to close their doors because of the state’s gun restrictions.
In February, the city of Los Angeles ordered all gun stores to close for the entire month of March, citing the state of California’s restrictive gun laws and the need to protect the safety of its residents.
The gun control movement has come under fire for the state laws, and the California legislature has since passed a bill that would allow law enforcement to take guns away from people convicted of a violent crime.
However, some gun rights advocates are against the bill, arguing it would open the door to criminals and the mentally ill to obtain firearms.
Gun laws in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, and Missouri have also come under criticism recently for their lack of regulation.
A recent Associated Press investigation found that gun owners have been able to legally purchase assault rifles and high-capacity magazines without having to pass a background check.