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Sacramento Democrats Hire Eric Holder to Take Away Your Rights

Last month, we told you about a coalition that had been formed by several of the country’s most elite law firms to push for more gun control. They named this coalition the Firearms Accountability Counsel Taskforce (FACT). The law firms that comprise this new task force, hope to harass lawful firearm businesses and defend unconstitutional gun control … Continued

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Sacramento is Open for Business

Today, the Senate and Assembly will reconvene for the 2017 legislative year. With the legislature returning to Sacramento, our freedoms are once again at risk. This legislative session, we are sure to see an assault on the Second Amendment that has never been seen before, even more extreme than what we saw in 2016. With … Continued

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California DOJ Proposes Regulations on “Bullet-Button Assault Weapons”

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed proposed regulations on “Bullet Button Assault Weapons” with the Office of Administrative Law (OAL). CRPA and NRA attorneys are currently reviewing the proposed regulations and will be providing a detailed analysis soon. The regulations can be read here. To ensure that you receive the most current information on these new regulations … Continued

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California DOJ Proposes Regulations on “Bullet-Button Assault Weapons

Today, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) filed proposed regulations on “Bullet Button Assault Weapons” with the Office of Administrative Law (OAL). CRPA is currently waiting for more information so that a proper analysis on the proposed regulations can be done. Earlier this month, CRPA and NRA submitted a letter about the DOJ’s failure to act on … Continued

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California Department of Justice Withdraws Proposal of “Emergency” Large-Capacity Magazine Regulations

On Thursday, December 29, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) backed down from its proposed “emergency” regulations on large-capacity magazines, asking the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) to withdraw them from consideration. CRPA would like to thank all those who submitted comments and made their voices heard! This would not have been possible without your efforts. … Continued

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Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko Comes Out Against DOJ Proposed Regulations on Large-Capacity Magazines

December 28, Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko expressed his disapproval of the proposed emergency regulations by the California Department of Justice (DOJ) concerning large capacity magazines. He was especially disappointed that the window for protest was scheduled over the holiday season; leaving many citizens unable to voice their concerns. Sheriff Bosenko commented, “The emergency comment … Continued

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CRPA and NRA File Joint-Opposition Letter Against Proposed California Regulations Regarding Magazines Capable of Holding More Than 10 Rounds (“Large-Capacity Magazines”)

On Wednesday, December 28, the CRPA and NRA submitted a joint-opposition letter to the California Department of Justice and the Office of Administrative Law opposing the proposed “emergency” regulations relating to magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds (so-called “large-capacity magazines”) and “large capacity magazine conversion kits.” If enacted, the regulations would: change the requirements … Continued

DOJ Proposed Regs for Large Capacity Magazines

Analysis of DOJ Proposed Regulations Regarding Magazines Capable of Holding More Than 10 Rounds   The California Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has proposed a series of “emergency” regulations relating to magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. The proposed regulations were submitted under California’s emergency rulemaking process. As part of the emergency rulemaking process, … Continued

Five Day Comment Period on Proposed “Emergency” Regulations Regarding Magazines Capable of Holding More than 10 Rounds Opens

As we previously reported , the California Department of Justice provided notice of  proposed regulations relating to magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds-Just days before the holidays when they think no one will be watching. DOJ submitted the regulations under California’s emergency rulemaking process which shortens the timeframes for public view to just … Continued