Brandon Combs

Firearms Policy Coalition

Guest

President of the Firearms Policy Coalition; former president of the lobbying group California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees, and former executive director of the Calguns Foundation, a nonprofit that focuses on Second Amendment education

Brandon Combs on KCRW

Last summer, the LA City Council voted unanimously to prohibit magazines that hold more than 10 bullets.

How Many Bullets Are Too Many?

Last summer, the LA City Council voted unanimously to prohibit magazines that hold more than 10 bullets.

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The late Elliot Roger is suspected of shooting 13 people last Friday in Isla Vista, killing himself and six others.

After Isla Vista: New Gun Control Proposed for California

The late Elliot Roger is suspected of shooting 13 people last Friday in Isla Vista, killing himself and six others.

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