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Posted on January 1, 2014
Signed into law in 2011, but taking effect today are a number of laws surrounding long gun registration.
Signed into law in 2012 and taking effect today, one fee will be charged for any number of firearms in a single transaction (PC 28240).
As for laws taking effect today for bills that were signed into law this year:
The NRA has numerous legal challenges currently pending, and more are planned, including potential challenges to some of these new laws. If you would like to assist in our fight against this attack on gun owners’ rights in California, please donate to the NRA Legal Action Project here. Rest assured that your donation will be used for the benefit of Californians. For a summary of the many actions the NRA legal team has taken or is currently taking on behalf of California gun owners, click here.
If you need help deciphering California’s gun laws, you might find the
“California Gun Laws: A guide to state and federal firearm regulations” by C.D. Michel helpful. While the vast majority of information in this book is timely and is currently applicable, and although the majority of California’s firearms laws do not change year to year, we are aware that to some degree California firearms law changes annually, and that federal firearms law changes occasionally. To address these changes, and to cover other more specialized firearms law topics that are not covered in this book due to narrow public interest and space limitations, the author makes legal updates and supplemental legal memoranda available to address forthcoming or applicable changes in the law on the website that supplements this book: www.CalGunLaws.com.
Hunting/Conservation, long-gun registration, mental health, high capacity magazine bans, DROS
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