A group of gun rights supporters began distributing petitions to guns stores and firing ranges. The group aims to collect enough signatures to secure a popular vote on gun controls recently passed by lawmakers and signed by Governor Jerry Brown (D).The movement seeking the popular vote is called “Veto Gunmageddon.” On July 1, Brown signed six new gun controls into law. Among them were a statewide ban on the possession of “high capacity” magazines, an enhancement of the state’s “assault weapons” ban, and a measure requiring background checks for ammunition purchasers. Then, on July 24, Brown circled back and signed another gun control measure he passed over on July 1. The additional measure requires that anyone assembling a gun at home first apply for a serial number from the government. It is clearly a way to extend registration and the government’s knowledge of guns owned by law-abiding citizens. According to The Mercury News, Veto Gunmageddon believes the people will strike these laws down if given a chance, and they are using their petitions to secure that chance. Barry Bahrami is leading the Veto Gunmageddon movement. He said, “This is what the people’s veto is for. Anyone who knows anything about firearms looks at these laws and knows how ridiculous they are.” It seems like the main thing California's new gun laws have created, is a California version of Gonzalez, TX and it's come and take it message. The one good thing California has on it's side for this to be placed on the ballot, is that California has the nations largest population of current military and military veterans who would likely support Veto Gunmageddon in the state of California. Like I've said in the past any state law that goes against the Bill Of Rights is a law no one has to folloe...Especially since Gunmageddon in California puts the criminals in the state in power.