July 25, 2019
CRPA files injunction request against California Ammo Background Checks

The California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA) filed for an injunction [PDF Format] late Monday against the state of California's new ammunition background check regime. The new law, which went into effect on July 1, requires all ammunition sales to be face-to-face and undergo a background check through the state's new system. According to reports […]

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June 28, 2019
California State Senator Reveals Distaste for Retired Cops with Guns

California State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson doesn't like guns. She doesn't appear to like anyone carrying a gun, including cops, highway patrol officers, sheriffs and people retired from any of those positions. In a hearing before the State Senate yesterday on AB 603 (sponsored by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez), a bill that is little more than a […]

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June 27, 2019
CRPA Webinar outlines new rules for ammo purchases

The California Rifle & Pistol Association (CRPA) spent more than 90 minutes yesterday outlining the new rules for ammo purchases in California beginning July 1. For those of you who missed it and want to listen to the entire presentation (minus the Q&A), you can watch the replay here. The CRPA has helpfully created a […]

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June 24, 2019
California DOJ unveils rules for ammo background checks

The California DOJ last week submitted proposed "emergency" regulations to the state's Office of Administrative Law for ammunition background checks slated to begin on July 1. The law requiring background checks was originally passed as part of the so-called gunmageddon period that included a slate of restrictive gun control laws through the legislature and Proposition […]

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May 22, 2019
California city sued over stricter gun theft reporting law

California voters approved Prop. 63 in 2016. The proposition, backed by then-gubernatorial hopeful Gavin Newsom, introduced a plethora of new firearms restrictions, including requiring the report of the theft or loss of a firearm within five days. Morgan Hill's city council thought that five days was too many, and passed an ordinance setting the law […]

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May 21, 2019
Some anti-gun bills die in California; Many more still survive

The NRA-ILA sent an alert out Monday warning California gun owners that while some egregious anti-gun bills are officially dead for this legislative session, but others continue to threaten. Last week, the Assembly and Senate Appropriations Committees took up their respective suspense files ahead of the Friday, May 17, fiscal deadline. Some of the more […]

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April 30, 2019
Predictable: Gun Control Advocate Pushes Ineffectual Laws Already Passed

It's predictable. In the wake of the tragic shooting last Saturday at the Poway, Calif., synagogue that left one dead and three others wounded, gun control advocates came out of the woodwork explaining that if we just outlawed "assault weapons," this tragedy wouldn't have happened. Over at San Diego Jewish World, Philadelphia-based writer Bruce S. Ticker […]

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April 29, 2019
California Democrats Look to Add to Crimes that Strip 2A Rights

Proving that no bad gun control idea ever really dies, California state Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D.-Santa Barbara, has introduced a bill that would expand the crimes that would result in the loss of a person's 2nd Amendment rights for 10 years. The bill in its current form adds possession of a controlled substance with intent […]

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April 27, 2019
NRA Sues Los Angeles Over Contractor Disclosure Rule

The National Rifle Association (NRA) last week filed a lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles over a new law which requires contractors to disclose any times they have with the gun owners group. The National Rifle Assn. filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging a new Los Angeles law requiring companies that seek contracts with the city […]

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April 25, 2019
Study Shows Failures in Crime Reporting Allowing Criminals to Get Guns

A study released earlier this week by Stanford Law School shows that the failure of local law enforcement agencies and prosecutors to correctly report arrests and crimes to state and federal databases have allowed criminals to purchase guns. Before authorities charged Anton Lemon Paris last year with murder and attempted murder in the shooting of […]

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April 23, 2019
Court Slaps Down California DOJ Over Misuse of Fees

Last Friday, California state Judge Michael P. Kenny slapped down the state's Department of Justice over misuse of fees paid by gun owners. When a firearm is purchased from a gun dealer in California, a $19 Dealer Record of Sale (DROS) fee is charged. This fee was created in 1982 to specifically cover the cost […]

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April 10, 2019
CRPA: California's 'Nuisance Provision' for LCMs Unconstitutional

The California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA), the official state association of the National Rifle Association, has released an explainer for Californians who still have questions about the Duncan v. Becerra case and what exactly last week's stay of the decision by U.S. District Court Judge Roger T. Benitez means. Much of what is contained in […]

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