The rifles appear to be valuable antiques that detectives believe had been stolen.
Since Sunnyvale’s ban went into effect midnight Thursday, not one of the now-illegal magazines has been turned in. San Francisco has no system to track them down.
An array of new and sometimes controversial laws hits January 1st, 2014.
A bill that would ban the public display of rifles and shotguns in most California cities and towns is on its way to the governor over stiff objections from numerous lawmakers.
California would prohibit the public display of rifles and shotguns under a bill approved by the state Senate.
Two semi-automatic rifles were stolen from inside two Marin County sheriff’s pickup trucks parked in a locked garage at the Sky Oaks Ranger Station south of Fairfax, sheriff’s Lt. Barry Heying said Thursday.