Brady Campaign not satisifed with California
Brady Campaign apparently considers California's many gun laws as just too lax: ""We make it too easy for dangerous people to obtain dangerous weapons,” said Kay Holmen, President of the CA Chapters of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence."
Of course they're hard put to find something CA hasn't already enacted, so they propose (1) ammunition registration and (2) a requirement that guns be personalized so only their owner can use them. As I recall, the latter technology doesn't exist, but that's no bar to their making it a requirement.
Hmmm-- here's a PDF of the latter bill. I don't know how much of this is current law, but it has not only personalization but design requirements such as loaded chamber indicator, magazine disconnect, a feature to imprint serial no. on each fired cartridge.
Ah--and an exemption for guns used as movie props! These are supposed to be safety measures, yet movie sets get an exemption.