Can you point out where in the California State Constitution an individual has the right to keep and bear arms? I'll save you the time. It's nowhere to be found.
Immaterial. - We have an inalienable right to bear arms, protected by the US Constitution.
California did not "bring over" the 2nd amendment as part of the 14th.
-?- Can you explain the meaning of this line of gibberish?
California is one of only five states whose constitutions are silent on the issue of gun rights, including Iowa, Minnesota, New Jersey and New York.
So? - The RKBA was so self-evident back then that some states didn't bother to enumerate it, imo.
California can ban all guns. Right now, they choose not to.
Good grief, listen to yourself supporting the 'right' of states to ban anything. Why do you claim to be a conservative? Go to DU to spread your agit-prop.
"bring over" = incorporate
The Constitution and Bill of Rights applied only to the Federal government prior to the passage of the 14th Amendment in 1868. Although the Supreme Court has held that the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment may limit action by state and local governments, they have rejected the notion that the 14th Amendment incorporates the entire Bill of Rights.
Today, only three provisions of the Bill of Rights, including the 2nd, 5th and 7th Amendments, remain unincorporated.
"listen to yourself supporting the 'right' of states to ban anything"
The right of California to ban guns says nothing about my position on the issue.