If there’s one tried-and-true method to confound law-abiding gun owners, it’s to make regulations so confusing that they throw up their hands in disgust and wonder whether it’s even worth it. Enter California.
Last week, a draft copy of the state’s new “Assault Weapon” regulations was made available and can be viewed here. Draft regulations were submitted to the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) on May 15 as “file and print only,” and DOJ refused to release the text.
The NRA's legal team has begun reviewing these draft regulations, and will prepare an analysis and discuss the findings in a webinar set for Thursday at noon Pacific. For more information, check the California Stand and Fight website for updates.
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California gun owners are encouraged to join in Thursday’s webinar. To pre-register, click here.