Tag: gun laws

Gun-Related Bills in Legislature

There are a number of bills in the California Legislature that can impact our second amendment rights.  We recommend contacting your representatives and encouraging them to oppose/support the following bills: OPPOSE Assembly Bill 3– Would raise the age to purchase firearms and ammunition to 21.  (Passed the Assembly and referred to the Senate Public Safety…
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H.R. 2810

President Trump recently signed H.R. 2810, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 (NDAA) into law.  Included in the law is a provision that would require military surplus M1911 and M1911A1 pistols (1911s) to be made available for sale to the public.  The military has nearly 100,000 1911s in storage, at the expense…
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Gun Law Review

2017 Theft/loss reporting January 1 When it became a crime to falsely report a firearm has been lost or stolen and July 1 requires that the theft or loss of a firearm must be reported to law enforcement within five days. Lending firearms January 1 When it became illegal, with limited exceptions, to loan guns to…
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Guns Laws and Crime

A recent report in Business Insider (with data collected by State Firearm Law) points out some interesting information about the correlation between gun laws and gun crime/suicides by state. California is listed as having the most gun laws with 104, while Alaska, Idaho, and Montana each have less than 4.  The average number of gun laws…
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2017 CA Gun Laws

Confused about all the new California gun laws?  Download the document below for the run-down. 2017 CA Gun Laws

Guns – In the News, Again.

There were a couple of great articles in the San Luis Obispo Tribune this week, and we want to make sure you saw them. Guns #1 – What California’s New Gun Laws Mean for Hunters, Target Shooters written by Jeremy White at the Sacramento Bee, published in the Tribune on Sunday, July 10th. Guns #2 – Focusing the…
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The Bills Explained

We have tried to explain each bill and it’s time for implementation.  Some are very complex and will require the Department of Justice to create new systems to accommodate the required data.  The flyer for informing gun owners of gun safety will be quite expensive to implement. Our guess is while signed implementation might be difficult…
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