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CRPA And NRA File Lawsuit Challenging California’s “Assault Weapon” Ban!

April 24, 2017

Today, April 24, attorneys supported by CRPA and NRA filed the first of many critical lawsuits; the first step in restoring the full freedoms of the Second Amendment in California. This lawsuit challenges California’s newly expanded “Assault Weapon Control Act” (AWCA). The AWCA makes it illegal to manufacture, sell, transport, import or transfer hundreds of popular and commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms that the law inappropriately demonizes and condemns as “assault weapons.”

One critical aspect of this new over-reaching law is that if you own a firearm equipped with a “bullet button” you must now register the firearm as an “assault weapon”. Other provisions would prohibit owners from transferring or selling these firearms to anyone in the state of California, including their own children or heirs upon their death.

More details on this groundbreaking lawsuit will be revealed in the coming days so make sure that you continue to check your inbox and visit CRPA.org regularly.

As CRPA and NRA continue to support legal efforts in the courts and our political efforts at every level of government, we need all of California’s roughly 10 million gun owners to stand with us as victory cannot be achieved without your support.

By donating today to The CRPA Foundation, you will help CRPA and NRA strike down the California “assault weapon” ban and the rest of “gunmageddon” in addition to the insidious Prop 63. With your help, we will restore the freedoms that the anti-gun lobby and elitist Sacramento politicians took from us in 2016 and restore the right to choose to own a firearm to defend yourself and your family.

To find out more information on CRPA’s endeavors and how you can further get involved, please visit CRPA.org.

Thank you for standing with CRPA and NRA. Together, we will make freedom ring once again throughout the Golden State.

Today, April 24, attorneys supported by CRPA and NRA filed the first of many critical lawsuits; the first step in restoring the full freedoms of the Second Amendment in California. This lawsuit challenges California’s newly expanded “Assault Weapon Control Act” (AWCA). The AWCA makes it illegal to manufacture, sell, transport, import or transfer hundreds of popular and commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms that the law inappropriately demonizes and condemns as “assault weapons.”

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