California: NRA to challenge San Francisco gun law

The NRA claims the city of San Francisco's "trigger lock" requirement for handguns in homes violates state laws and the Second Amendment. It claims that requiring handguns to be rendered "inoperable at all times," makes it impossible for its members to use guns for self-defense, "particularly in urgent, life-threatening situations."

"What's the point of having a gun that doesn't work?" asked NRA attorney Don Kates. "In my opinion this case is a hands-down winner under state law and the Second Amendment."