Sacramento, CA — California lawmakers will soon require shooting ranges to provide privacy screens obscuring firearm magazine reloading.
HB556.308 addresses the “public menace” that viewing an “unrequested insertion of a hi-capacity magazine” can have on citizens.
Local Piru, CA, range officer Felix Udd agrees with the new law.
“I personally love it. Half my day was spent giving customers a hard time of where and when they bought their extendos. Now I can further stroke my God-complex policing magazine insertions.”
HB556.308 creates a new class of misdemeanors aptly named “indecent magazine exposures” which can become a felony if the magazine contains Punisher or anime vinyl stickers.
California requires shooting ranges to purchase these privacy screens from the state, with an implementation deadline of April 20, 2023.
However, as of publication, the purchase website cannot take payments and instead shows the names, addresses, & AOL screennames of all current CA CCW permit applicants.
Disclaimer: This is a satire/parody post, which may or may not use actual names in quasi-real and/or fictitious narration. So try not to get too butt-hurt about it.