California DOJ Wants “Emergency” Regulation On Magazines

posted on December 20, 2016

California’s Department of Justice gave notice early Friday morning of proposed “emergency” regulations governing magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. Proposed revisions include changes to the requirements for obtaining and keeping a “large-capacity magazine permit;” new regulations governing so-called “large capacity” magazine conversion kits; new requirements on how owners must “permanently alter” magazines to accept no more than 10 rounds; and new rules regarding the transfer and possession of multi-tube shotgun designs. 

Under California’s emergency rulemaking process, these changes could become effective on Jan. 1, 2017. 

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