The last gun shop in San Francisco is going out without a bang.

The owners of High Bridge Arms are calling it quits as the liberal-leaning city imposes strict new anti-gun regulations.

Claudia Cowan reported on "The Real Story" that the new city regulations would have required the shop to record and preserve video of all transactions and turn the data over to police on a weekly basis.

General Manager Steven Alcairo said that if there was any evidence that these measures would reduce violence in the city, he would get behind them.

"But the fact is, that data won't be there, because it doesn't exist," Alcairo said.

Cowan reported that the NRA said in a statement that the new law "will only serve to harass and deter law-abiding citizens from exercising their constitutional right to self-protection."

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