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NEW GUN LAWS-CRPA WEBINARS updated information 2016
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CRPA GUN LAW WEBINARS - INFO

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SB 1235: The Ammunition Bill

AB 1135 & SB 880: Assault Weapons and AB 857: Ghost Guns

SB 1446, AB 1695 & AB 1511: False Reporting/Lending Bills

Newsom/Proposition 63

Lending Firearms in California

 

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The below bills were signed into law:

Assembly Bill 1135 and Senate Bill 880 would make changes of monumental scale to California’s firearm laws by reclassifying hundreds of thousands of legally owned semi-automatic rifles as “assault weapons.” This legislation effectively outlaws magazine locking devices, more commonly known as “bullet buttons”. These are constitutionally protected firearms that have no association with crime.  These changes would happen quickly with great individual costs to many gun owners and without public notice.  Governor Brown vetoed similar legislation in 2013.

Assembly Bill 1511 would effectively end the long-standing practice of temporarily loaning a firearm for lawful purposes. Under this legislation the ability to loan a firearm to anyone other than a family member would now be prohibited unless conducted through a dealer, absent very narrow and limited exceptions. A simple loan to a trusted friend for a few days would take almost a month to complete from loan to return, requiring two background checks, two 10 day waiting periods, two fees and multiple trips to a gun dealer. The result of the misguided legislation would turn otherwise law-abiding citizens into criminals simply for borrowing or storing a firearm with a friend.

Assembly Bill 1695 would create a 10-year firearm prohibition for someone convicted of falsely reporting a lost or stolen firearm. The NRA does not oppose making it a misdemeanor to knowingly file a false lost or stolen report to law enforcement. Our reason for opposition is related to the restriction of a constitutional right for the conviction of a misdemeanor offense.

Senate Bill 1235  would place unjustified and burdensome restrictions on the purchase of ammunition and would require the attorney general to keep records of purchases.  This legislation would further require any online ammunition sales to be conducted through a licensed vendor.  First and foremost, the reporting of ammunition sales has already been tried -- and failed -- at the federal level.  Throughout the 1980s, Congress considered repeal of a federal ammunition regulation package that required, among other things, reporting of ammunition sales.  In 1986, the director of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms supported eliminating the reporting requirement, stating: "The Bureau and the [Treasury] Department have recognized that current record keeping requirements for ammunition have no substantial law enforcement value."  As a result, the Firearms Owners Protection Act of 1986 repealed the ammunition restrictions, with little opposition to the removal of that requirement.  SB 1235 will similarly fail to reduce violent crime, as a law requiring the registration of ammunition purchases by honest citizens will not deter criminals. Governor Brown has twice vetoed similar legislation.

Senate Bill 1446 would ban the simple possession of ammunition feeding devices/magazines that are capable of holding more than 10 cartridges.  The federal “large-ammunition feeding device” ban of 1994-2004 was allowed to sunset due in part to its ineffectiveness.  Yet, California anti-gun legislators still are persisting with this ban knowing that the congressionally-mandated study concluded that “the banned guns were never used in more than a modest fraction of all gun murders” before the ban and the bans 10-round limit on new magazines was not a factor in multiple-victim or multiple-wound crimes.
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Attention California Gun Owners:

Register Now to Attend CRPA/NRA’s Webinars Explaining The Pending DOJ “Assault weapon” and “Large Capacity” Magazine Regulations

Late last year, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) released a series of proposed administrative / executive regulations that defined certain legal terms in a way that turned thousands of previously legal firearms into newly classified “assault weapons,” and also banned the possession of so-called “large-capacity” magazines. Instead of doing their statutory duty to simply clarify the laws, many of DOJ’s proposals read like a wish-list from the gun ban lobby and went far beyond what was necessary and legally allowed.

In response, CRPA and NRA submitted joint-opposition letters to both the proposed “assault weapon” registration regulations and the “large-capacity” magazine regulations. Faced with NRA and CRPA’s opposition, DOJ voluntarily withdrew both sets of poorly considered regulatory proposals.

DOJ still hasn’t published updated replacement regulations!

The lack of clarifying regulations regarding the registration of newly classified “assault weapons” and newly banned “large capacity” magazines has left many gun owners in the dark about how to comply with the laws. And with the deadline to register firearms or get rid of illegal magazines fast approaching, it is not  surprising that many California gun owners are hungry for information and anxiously awaiting DOJ’s revised regulations.

We are planning ahead and setting up two webinars so that gun owners can get information from CRPA /NRA lawyers as soon as the lawyers have a chance to analyze the new regulations once they are released by DOJ.

To assist gun owners in understanding and complying with the anticipated regulations, NRA and CRPA attorneys will be a free live webinar a few days after the regulations are released. You will want to hear this!

Space may be limited, so if you are interested in listening in to the upcoming webinar, be sure to register in advance using the following links:

To register for the “assault weapon” registration regulations webinar, click here.

To register for the “large-capacity” magazine regulations webinar, click here.

Please note that since the regulations aren’t out yet, the actual date for the webinar has yet to be determined. The scheduled date is just a place holder so folks can register in advance. The date will change. Individuals who register in advance, however, will be notified promptly of the date change.

If you are unable to attend, don’t worry. The webinar will be recorded and made freely available on CRPA’s website at www.crpa.org/webinars. There are some webinars posted there now that you will find interesting.

Help us Fight California’s Illegal and Unconstitutional Anti-Gun Laws

On April 24, NRA and CRPA attorneys filed the first in a series of critical lawsuits as the first step in restoring the full freedoms of the Second Amendment in California. The lawsuit, titled Rupp v. Becerra, seeks to declare California’s assault weapon ban unconstitutional.

As NRA and CRPA continue our legal efforts in the courts and our political efforts at every level of government, we need all California gun owners standing with us. We cannot be successful without your help.

By donating today to the CRPA Foundation, and volunteering to help the fight at volunteer@crpa.org, you can help undo “gunmageddon” and the anti-gun Proposition 63, and begin the process of restoring firearms freedoms and the right to choose to own a firearms to defend yourself and your family in California!

Visit the NRA’s new California webpage at https://www.nraila.org/campaigns/2017/california/stand-and-fight-california/ to learn more about NRA’s efforts in California, and visit www.crpa.org and http://crpa.org/about-the-crpa-foundation/ to learn about the CRPA and the CRPA Foundation.

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