On December 30, 2016, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) filed new regulations for bullet-button “assault weapons.”
Would you like to know more about these new regulations and how they may effect you?
Join us on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 12:00 pm (PT) for a live webinar on the DOJ’s new “assault weapon” regulations.
In this webinar, we will discuss the new regulations and explain:
- New definitions of terms contained in the “assault weapon” regulations, including the definitions for “disassembly of the firearm action” and “permanently attached to”;
- Requirements for registering an “assault weapon” under the new regulations;
- Impact of the proposed regulations on newly designed magazine release systems marketed as compliant with the new law;
- Impact of the proposed regulations on shotguns and other firearms not classified as “rifles” or “pistols;”
- Requirements for jointly registering a newly classified “assault weapon” with a spouse or other family member;
- Impact of the proposed regulations on firearms manufactured from 80% receivers or otherwise lacking a serial number;
- Whether a gun owner can remove a bullet button from their firearm after it has been registered as an “assault weapon”; and
- Lots of other things.
C.D. Michel | Senior Counsel; Michel & Associates
Joseph Silvoso | Attorney; Michel & Associates
Online pre-registration is required to participate in the live webinar. Space is limited. After the live presentation, the webinar will be viewable at www.crpa.org/webinars.
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