Firearms records made public

The left blames guns themselves for gun violence. Anyone that owns guns must be part of the problem. They have proposed laws that would make gun ownership records public.
Now they no longer think they need to make laws before publishing gun records for the public to see.

Actually the people that have a conceal carry permit are much less likely to commit a crime with a gun than the rest of the public.

by the way what is the correct way to post a Youtube video?
EDIT: I got my video to work.


This is a tough one to get me excited about as I open carry, pretty damn public about that already

On the flip no, I don’t care to see info of any kind public, I used to pay the extra 5 bucks a month to have my number unlisted back in the day.

Of course I also don’t think this is as dangerous as crooks knowing who’s NOT armed, having watched a few Charles Bronson movies that seems more like a target for crooks than the houses where people are armed :yep:


I agree. Criminals usually choose the path of least resistance…unarmed, no security cameras, no lighting, etc. It wouldn’t be wise to hit a house with a .44 Auto Mag on the registry. :yep:



Amendment IV

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.

How secure do you feel


The rats blame guns when we all know who is doing most violent crime.
America has a severe black criminal thug problem. Black city = DOA city.
Here’s black ruined Philthadelphia:
Grade school children = burn loot murder in training taught to act like this.

Destroying Philthadelphia one neighborhood after another and beyond.


Teach your children well,
Their babydaddy’s hell.


Going on vacation?
Maybe skip the Cruise Ships.
Who woulda guessed? Me. LMWAO


Here is what the California Department of Justice said:

Monday, June 27, 2022
Contact: (916) 210-6000,
Releases 2022 Firearms Dashboard Portal through DOJ’s OpenJustice Platform

SACRAMENTO — California Attorney General today announced new and updated firearms data available through the California Department of Justice (DOJ)’s 2022 Firearms Dashboard Portal. The dashboard is accessible though DOJ’s OpenJustice Data Platform. The announcement will improve transparency and information sharing for firearms-related data and includes broad enhancements to the platform to help the public access data on firearms in California, including information about the issuance of Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) permits and Gun Violence Restraining Orders (GVROs).

“Transparency is key to increasing public trust between law enforcement and the communities we serve,” said Attorney General Bonta. “As news of tragic mass shootings continue to dominate the news cycle, leaving many with feelings of fear and uncertainty, we must do everything we can to prevent gun violence. One of my continued priorities is to better provide information needed to help advance efforts that strengthen California’s commonsense gun laws. Today’s announcement puts power and information into the hands of our communities by helping them better understand the role and potential dangers of firearms within our state.”

DOJ seeks to balance its duties to provide gun violence and firearms data to support research efforts while protecting the personal identifying information in the data the Department collects and maintains. Data-driven research plays a critical role in keeping Californians safe by informing and shaping our commonsense gun laws. With today’s announcement, Attorney General Bonta is improving accessibility and functionality of the existing firearms database with expanded information in a comprehensive data dashboard. The dashboard includes data from the past decade when available on the following subjects:

  • Dealer Record of Sales
  • Gun Violence Restraining Orders
  • Carry Concealed Weapons Permits
  • Firearms Safety Certificates
  • Assault Weapons
  • Roster of Certified Handguns

Among the changes are more in-depth analysis of GVROs, which are now displayed at both the state and county level. According to the dashboard, GVROs issued in California over the past five years have increased from 104 issued statewide in 2017 to 1,384 issued statewide in 2021 — a 1,231% increase over a five-year period. Attorney General Bonta is a proponent of GVROs as a key tool in helping to prevent gun violence. The research supports this strategy. This year, University of California Davis published a report indicating that GVROs prevented approximately 58 mass shootings in California between 2016 and 2018.

The dashboard also provides links to a variety of supplemental resources such as reports, applications, legal information, and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), among other resources. The release of the expanded data and information continues Attorney General Bonta’s commitment to make the data more accessible to the public. In April 2021, Attorney General Bonta announced that his office would begin sharing additional data with gun violence researchers to help better inform policy choices within California.

California continues its efforts to advance laws and policies that save lives and prevent gun deaths. In 2021, California saw a 37% lower gun death rate than the national average. According to the CDC, California’s gun death rate was the 44th lowest in the nation, with 8.5 gun deaths per 100,000 people – compared to 13.7 deaths per 100,000 nationally, 28.6 in Mississippi, 20.7 in Oklahoma, and 14.2 in Texas. California’s gun death rate for children is also lower than other states, and is 58% lower than the national average.

Attorney General Bonta stands with partners throughout the state to continue preventing gun violence strategically and aggressively by:

The 2022 Firearms Dashboard Portal can be viewed here.



Now they want access to social media accounts. :facepalm:


**** that d-rat **** where it breathes.


How would they even know if you do or don’t have any?



Unfortunately, sometimes criminals are looking for gun owners so they know where they can get (steal) guns. Years ago, that happened to our next door neighbor. Some criminals found out they had a nice gun collection and one night, the criminals broke into their house and stole our neighbor’s guns (and nothing else - other than possibly some ammo).

So, no, better to be discrete about it.

My motto is “Walk softly and carry a small, but powerful ‘stick’ .”


good motto, and no doubt thieves don’t have hard fast rules on where not to steal, a friend of a friend had his collection of NFA’s stolen mid day, just before fast and furious came to light too… connection…?


NJ 101:




Common phrase there, I suppose. But, is this just fyi, or …?


Only FYI - NOT directed at the Patriots here. I highly respect members here and value your opinions. A daily blast of fresh air without the d-rat assholes and their rat propaganda.

Just a good practical/tactical idea in mixed company now a days.
“Loose lips sink ships”


Got no social Media, lost our guns cuase the boat sank.


NYC now wants 6(?) references and 3 years of all of your social media posts, not to mention all the other hoops.
Do forums count, because i don’t think they should and i have no IG, FB, SC or twitter, although i soon will when i get my design/sculpture side gig up.



We’re to conservative to be labeled social media