NRA files suit to defend gun owners’ privacy in California From The Lassen County Times The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action filed a lawsuit against California on Wednesday, Jan 5, challenging a law that allows the state to disclose sensitive personal information about law-abiding gun owners to universities and any “bona fide research
Assembly members Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, Chris Ward, D-San Diego, and Mike A. Gipson, D-Carson announced Tuesday they’ve filed and are fighting to pass Assembly Bill 1594. The new CA bill amends the current statute to allow private right of action against domestic gun manufacturers based on public nuisance laws. “A gun industry member shall
This bill establishes a process for the licensing and registration of firearms. It also prohibits the possession of certain ammunition and large capacity ammunition feeding devices. First, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives must establish (1) a licensing system for the possession of firearms or ammunition, and (2) a registration system for firearms.
Chris McInally 11/7/21 The Sabika Sheikh Firearm Licensing and Registration Act was the #5 most read bill of 2021! This should alarm industry proponents as our nation continues to push their restrictive gun agenda. US HR127, or the Sabika Sheikh Firearm Licensing and Registration Act, was proposed in January of 2021 and has been read
After visiting the range for the first time a month back, I was extremely impressed with both the layout, cleanliness, and modernization of this range in comparison to many of the surrounding offerings. They allow rifle and pistol on the lines (excluding .50 of course), and the ventilation system was definitely something the owners should
ATTENTION CALIFORNIA GUN OWNERS! STAY UPDATED ON CURRENT LEGISLATION! 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