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California: Reminder Approved “Assault Weapon” Regulations Webinar Tomorrow, Tuesday, August 8

Monday, August 7, 2017

California: Reminder Approved “Assault Weapon” Regulations Webinar Tomorrow, Tuesday, August 8

Reminder: Tomorrow, August 8, at 12:00 pm, the NRA and California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA) is hosting a free informational webinar on the recently approved Department of Justice (DOJ) “bullet-button assault weapon" regulations.

Be sure to Sign up for the free live webinar by clicking here.

Below is an overview of topics to be covered during the webinar:

  • Going featureless/converting your firearm(s) to avoid registration;
  • How to determine whether your firearm(s) ought to be registered according to DOJ; 
  • A detailed explanation of how DOJ requires you to register your firearm(s);
  • What personal information DOJ has required for registration; 
  • DOJ requirements on providing information on where and how the firearm was acquired;
  • DOJ requirements that individuals provide DOJ with photos of their firearms,
  • DOJ’s requirements for serializing home-built firearms, 
  • Expansion of the “assault weapon” definition to “bullet-button” equipped shotguns; and
  • Restrictions on removing the “bullet-button” once the firearm is registered as an “assault weapon.”  

Your NRA is working hard to stop the recently approved regulations by finalizing a lawsuit challenging the regulations on the grounds that they are in violation of California’s Administrative Procedures Act.  This lawsuit challenging the regulatory aspect of the “assault weapons” ban will compliment the currently pending Rupp v. Becerra, challenging California’s “Assault Weapon Control Act.”  For a comprehensive look at the many legal challenges supported by NRA and CRPA in California click here

Please continue to check your inbox and the California Stand and Fight webpage for updates on issues impacting your Second Amendment rights and hunting heritage in California.


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