In an article posted yesterday, the Supreme Court refused to hear the case about two laws San Francisco put into motion.
The first law bans the sale of hollow point ammunition. The second requires guns to be locked up inside the home.
Since the court refused to hear the case, the appeals court decision will stand and become the final word on the issue. The 9th Circuit Appeals court ruled both laws were constitutional and were not an infringement on San Francisco residents’ Second Amendment rights.
We all know that hollow points are safer than FMJ and lead ammo, which is already banned in California.
The lower courts ruled that due to modern quick access safes, the ruling on locking up your guns in your home, is not an infringement of the second ammmendment rights for the residents of San Francisco.