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AB 462

February 17, 2016

AB 462 – Firearms: Waiting Period
Shannon Grove (R-34)

CRPA’s Position: Support

Summary: Current law, subject to exceptions, imposes a 10-day waiting period for delivery of a firearm, during which time a background check is conducted by the Department of Justice to determine if the proposed recipient of the firearm is prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm. This bill would provide that if the person is determined by the department not to be prohibited from possessing, receiving, owning, or purchasing a firearm, and the person possesses a firearm as confirmed by the Automated Firearms System (AFS), is authorized to carry a concealed firearm, or possesses a valid Certificate of Eligibility and a firearm as confirmed by the AFS, the department shall immediately notify the dealer who shall immediately release the firearm to the person and not wait the full 10 days to do so.

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Introduced: 2/23/2015

Last Amend: 3/26/2015

Current Status: 1/15/2016-Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(1).

Location: 1/15/2016-A. Dead.

AB 462 – Firearms: Waiting Period
Shannon Grove (R-34)

CRPA’s Position: Support

Summary: Current law, subject to exceptions, imposes a 10-day waiting period for delivery of a firearm, during which time a background check is conducted by the Department of Justice to determine if the proposed recipient of the firearm is prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm.

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