Four California gun dealers sued the government in federal court on Monday for alleged First Amendment rights violations, the Calguns Foundation announced.

Tracy Rifle and Pistol, a gun shop and indoor firing range located about 60 miles east of San Francisco in San Joaquin County, was cited by the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Firearms on Sept. 12 for displaying pictures of handguns in its windows, according to the inspector’s report.

According to state law, images of handguns cannot be displayed so that they are visible from the outside of a building and Michael Baryla, owner of Tracy Rifle, has until February to comply.

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