If you want your Second Amendment rights, you can keep your Second Amendment Rights.

Or not.

Sunnyvale voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed a strict gun control measure that has received the attention of supporter outgoing New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and critics from the National Rifle Association.

With all 54 precincts reporting, 66 percent of voters supportedĀ Measure C, according to results from theĀ Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters.

As of Jan. 1, the measure will require Sunnyvale gun owners to report firearms thefts to the police within 48 hours, lock up their guns at home and get rid of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. Gun dealers would have to keep logs of ammunition sales.

The National Rifle Association has made clear that they intend to fight Measure C all the way up to the Supreme Court.

I hope Sunnyvale taxpayers enjoy footing the bill for this bit of anti-gun theater, which may cost the city hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars in what appears to be a losing case.