NRA/CRPA to Host Webinar On Upcoming California Ammo Background Check Requirements

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NRA/CRPA to Host Webinar On Upcoming California Ammo Background Check Requirements

Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- On Wednesday, June 26, 2019, NRA and CRPA will be hosting a free live webinar discussing the upcoming ammunition background check requirements scheduled to take effect July 1st 2019.

Originally enacted in 2016 as part of Proposition 63 and Senate Bill No. 1235, the new ammunition background check requirements will generally require anyone purchasing or receiving ammunition at a firearms dealer or ammunition vendor to first undergo a background check prior to receiving any ammunition.

Exactly how the background check is conducted will depend on individual purchasing or receiving the ammunition.

The webinar, which will include a detailed discussion of the various ways in which the required background checks will be conducted, is scheduled to being at 12 P.M. PST.  If you are unable to attend, don’t worry; a recording will be saved and archived for later viewing.  Should you wish to attend the live broadcast, be sure to register in advance as space is limited.

To register in advance and attend the live broadcast, click here.

Continue to check your inbox and the California Stand and Fight webpage for updates on issues impacting your Second Amendment rights and hunting heritage in California.

 


National Rifle Association Institute For Legislative Action (NRA-ILA)

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Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit: www.nra.org

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Get Out
Get Out
1 year ago

It would be interesting to know how much ammo is actually flowing into California right now before the July deadline to register for ammo purchases? Once again they’ve caused another run on ammunition because of their gun control agenda.

California Ammo Restrictions Spark Ammo Rush & Legal Challenge.
https://www.alloutdoor.com/2019/06/10/california-ammo-restrictions-spark-ammo-rush-legal-challenge/

Chuck
Chuck
1 year ago

If anyone of you who are crying on this post about unconstitutional laws have ever pulled the lever for a Democrat then quit crying you did this to yourself

eaglesnestrer
eaglesnestrer
1 year ago

The people who drafted the new laws regarding ammunition forgot about re loaders or else they are very very ignorant or stupid. Even if they covered that part of the law, you can still get necessary components through the mail delivered right to your door step by the UPS or USPS or out of state. These new laws do nothing to stop a concerted shooter from carrying out evil against their fellow man.

DaveW
DaveW
1 year ago
Reply to  eaglesnestrer

Suppliers such as Nachez halted shipping “over-sized” magazines to CA. They will not likely risk litigation over one state. So, bullets, casings, powder, etc, will all go through the only points left for legal purchasing. CA has already said that components are included, just as they have scheduled for every roll pin, spring, link, etc., associated with firearms.

We all know what they are up to. Just as San Francisco legislated and regulated every last gun shop out of the city and county of San Francisco.

Carl Overmyer
Carl Overmyer
1 year ago
Reply to  DaveW

Reloading components are NOT a part of the current law. Current law does NOT cover “precursor parts” yet, the legislature is working on that little gem right now in Sacramento.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  DaveW

W, Yep, and now SF is so pristine and clean that it should be an example to the rest of the nation.
Maybe the city council could host an annual Drug Addict festival, or “Hard Core Unemployable and Libtard” seeing tours.

Mel Skaggs
Mel Skaggs
1 year ago
Reply to  eaglesnestrer

the laws are meant to only harass the legal gun owners and no one else.

Get Out
Get Out
1 year ago

IMOA there’s probably been an increased interest in reloaders and reloading components too.

Michael J
Michael J
1 year ago

California democrats are always on the prowl to steal away your rights. The ammunition background check does two things: 1. Creates a tax disguised as a fee. 2. Monitors and compares what ammo you buy to the firearms you have on record.
Clearly you are buying ammunition for a gun you aren’t supposed to have.

Get Out
Get Out
1 year ago

This is a covert and sneaky gun control scheme to get gun owners to provide them with a record of what type of firearm you have by the ammo you purchase by caliber, where it’s kept and ultimately where to go get it. Plan a road trip and buy from an out of state source.

JPM
JPM
1 year ago

Typical NRA, fail to stop a draconian unconstitutional anti-gun law from being passed (usually by compromising the 2nd Amendment) and then teaching the victims of the law how to COMPLY with it. Backdoor support of the unconstitutional law, plain and simple.

George
George
1 year ago
Reply to  JPM

JPM, good post and you’re exactly right on! If I hadn’t already pre-paid to be an NRA Life Member, I wouldn’t renew my membershit! I mean, just how many $10K Italian suits does Wayne Lapeepee need anyway?!

Carl Overmyer
Carl Overmyer
1 year ago
Reply to  George

JPM/George, How can ANYONE stop the progressives in Sacramento when the idiot voters of California elected a super majority of progressive Democrats into the legislative offices?

Carmichael Craig
Carmichael Craig
1 year ago
Reply to  Carl Overmyer

Seems like the only idiots are you suckers who still support the NRA Terrorist organization who only represent gun makers, not owners

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  Carl Overmyer

Oroville Dam is uphill from Sacramento.

Clark Kent
Clark Kent
1 year ago
Reply to  JPM

How, exactly, was the NRA supposed to stop this legislation when it was CLEARLY the fault of the Dumbocrats (who hold the majority in California) and the people who voted them into office? Talk about barking up the wrong tree. Do you blame Charmin toilet paper when you have diarrhea?

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  JPM

Spot on statement not to mention Federal law is fake. Not REAL law. Hell, even my Attorney admits it’s FAKE. NRA (all gun clubs) is BOOTLICKER (slave) club for implementation of gun control to surrender firearms. If they were not they would not have BOOTLICKERS obeying FAKE federal law which is not LAW but rather RULES. Any Attorney with a grain of honesty will tell you this but try to find one. Any BOOTLICKER smart enough to understand only real laws created by Congress in support of the organic Constitution become real law all others are 100% FAKE. Rules in… Read more »

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  JPM

The best trick Satan ever played on bootlickers was getting them to believe he doesn’t exist.

Sierra556
Sierra556
1 year ago
Reply to  Rocky Mountain

The Usual Suspects! One of my favorite all time quotes. “Then poof, they are gone”, OUR Rights!!!!!

Dan Fryling
Dan Fryling
1 year ago

Pretty pathetic, won’t do a thing to prevent criminals from buying ammo, just makes it more inconvient and expensive for law abiding citizens. Democrats should never be allowed to be in charge of anything.

Carmichael Craig
Carmichael Craig
1 year ago
Reply to  Dan Fryling

The only difference between your good guy with a gun and a mass shooter is the millisecond it takes to pull the trigger & become a criminal. Not a single one of these mass shooters would of been considered a criminal until they pulled the trigger

Curt 981
Curt 981
1 year ago

Interesting mistruth that keeps popping up on posts or quotes of people who are: a) ignorant of the facts (NRA does not represent gun makers or sells weapons, now that’s the truth) ! b) likes to repeat blindly the quotes of uni formed or maybe just purely just lying politicians. c) have never become familiar, conversant with the facts, nor spent quality time at a range with a competent person learning to shoot. d) is a relier of his mama (big government) ro rescue him and not raise a hand to defend his self, family or others when faced by… Read more »

Rob Thomas
Rob Thomas
1 year ago

So ..where’s the big lawsuit at?

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  Rob Thomas

@Rob Thomas, the Ca statute has not gone into effect, yet. Thus no one has been harmed, yet. Ergo there is no case in controversy, yet. Hence the case in not ripe, yet. Two sedans (not vans or trucks) go to a state near Ca. One car goes to a store that sells ammo. The other car waits in a basement parking structure. Later the cash bought ammo and driver switch cars. The first car becomes the decoy and heads to Ca., where if arrested a beautiful and enriching false arrest suit occurs. The second car plays the slots for… Read more »

Greg K
Greg K
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Incorrect Bill,
Progressive Environmentalists, bring suit on behalf of the Environment before the harm is caused with high frequency. However, we have a prime example on I1639.

https://www.libertyparkpress.com/fed-judge-ruling-on-wa-i-1639-lawsuit-a-setback-for-anti-gunners/

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  Greg K

K, I have correctly given you the general rule in answer to Rob Thomas’ question. The case that you refer to is an imminent criminal case; based upon a criminal statute conflicting with Federal Constitutional interest; only in the jurisdiction of that one judge; and only in that small part of the 9th Circuit.
The case that you refer to is constricted by rare subject matter, in a criminal issue context, a tiny land area, and recent historical occurrence. I think that is an an exception to the general rule, not the general rule.

Greg K
Greg K
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Just admit when you are wrong Bill, and move on. You are very wrong this time! You obviously didn’t read the article, or didn’t understand it. No harm has been caused yet, because 1639 hasn’t been implemented yet. Things are not as they should be, for that I agree, they are what they are now, period. the progressives have been inserting the rules as they go. As such we need to pick the ball up and run with it. You are injecting doubt in people’s thought process…Not good for our future. It’s also the hallmark of the “Narcissistic Parent,” which… Read more »

Greg K
Greg K
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Here’s another 15 seconds I will never recover;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standing_%28law%29

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

, I would not generally suggest that anyone learn law from Wikipedia, but since it supports what I wrote to Rob Thomas, I’ll go with it.

Greg K
Greg K
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

First of Bill it counterdicts your poo poo breath with a single sentence. Second, obviously you haven’t grasped that both laws do not go into effect until July 1st. Third, Gottlieb, which obviously didn’t learn his law from Wiki, confirms my position in his first paragraph. I leave the sentence from the wiki article and a link to Gottlieb. https://www.saf.org/federal-judge-denies-motion-to-dismiss-saf-nra-i-1639-court-challenge/ “In the United States, the current doctrine is that a person cannot bring a suit challenging the constitutionality of a law unless the plaintiff can demonstrate that he/it is or will “imminently” be harmed by the law.” It comes from… Read more »

Tionico
Tionico
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Or, whenever an out of state friend decides to take a road trip and have a visit, “place your order” have him pick up what you want, or order it and ship it to HIS address, When he comes to visit, “oh what a nice Christmas it will be”. Might be an idea to make sure YOUR name is removed from any shipping cartons before he brings them down. Hint: preference should be given to visitors who will pass through Oregon, as that state impose no sales tax on any retail purchases. Bi-Marts in Roseburg, Grant’s Pass, and Medford are… Read more »

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  Tionico

@Tio, Excellent suggestions.

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Correction: No cell phones are carried or present.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  Rocky Mountain

, Yes, I stand corrected. Can’t turn off those chips.

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Though when placed and sealed in an ammo can that is contained in a metal sealed tool box and reception is less than perfect anyway progress can be made and things can still remain handy.

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Snow is melted below 11,000′ here so Rocky Mountain guided tours are starting up. Bring your guns, gear and fishing poles if you like to fish and contact me for a reservation. We tour from the southern Badlands through the Rockies all on back roads and hit prime fishing locations along the way to include Dispensaries for those who partake. Tours are for rugged individualists who like off grid outdoors recreation and living. All toys welcome. No other tours in USA exists in comparison. Come experience wild Colorado this season and you will return next year for more and we… Read more »

Carl Overmyer
Carl Overmyer
1 year ago
Reply to  Rob Thomas

Rhode V Becerra

Honest liberty
Honest liberty
1 year ago

And this is why I stopped donating to the toothless NRA. Great job folks, you have devolved into a donation industry stealing money from good people’s good faith. KMA. You’ve done not a damn thing for our rights. So now the NRA is taking money to learn people how to comply with tyrannical arbitrary laws. Go to hell, you are a worthless association that had long past several your original purpose. Californians, it’s time to take up pitchforks and enact godly Justice upon these demonic statists. Hang them high. No guns necessary. Amass mobs, draw these demons from their lairs,… Read more »

Clark Kent
Clark Kent
1 year ago
Reply to  Honest liberty

Seek professional mental health treatment pronto. You deserve it.

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  Clark Kent

Oddly enough professional help is recommended by someone who thinks they are Superman’s alter ego.
I reckon that’s better than Batman.
Are you taking SSRI’s (mass shooter meds) Clark?

Carl Overmyer
Carl Overmyer
1 year ago
Reply to  Honest liberty

How can ANYONE stop the progressives in Sacramento when the idiot voters of California elected a super majority of progressive Democrats into the legislative offices? You think education is wrong? You think keeping members and the public out of jail is wrong, while at the same time funding the Rhode V Becerra, 9th cir. federal court case? Then at the same time you’ve all but admitted to criminal acts of your own…and that’s supposed to engender respect for what’s right, good and godly? Please take a good look into the mirror.

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain
1 year ago
Reply to  Honest liberty

Yep, best hunting I ever do is off the front porch. Miles of clear sight in every direction. Just me and what ever I decide to have for supper. Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear it’s all right there.