USA – -(Ammoland.com)- California will soon require every person who wishes to purchase a “firearm precursor part” to first undergo a background check process nearly identical to that which California currently uses for ammunition sales. The only problem is no one knows for certain what exactly is a “firearm precursor part.”
Yesterday, CA DOJ submitted proposed “emergency” regulations to the Office of Administrative Law for review and public comment. Because the proposal was submitted on an“emergency” basis,” members of the public only have five calendar days to submit comments on the proposal. Since the regs were submitted on Tuesday, that gives you only until this Sunday!
- The text of DOJ’s proposed regulations can be viewed here.
- DOJ has also created a “Firearm Precursor Part Identification Guidebook” in connection with their proposal that can be viewed here.
California Rifle & Pistol Association strongly urges all members to review DOJ’s proposal and submit their own comments. Such comments are important because DOJ must review and respond to every comment before submitting a final proposal for adoption.
For the full story, including instructions on how to submit your comments, please click over to the CRPA’s News page on our website.
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California Firearm Precursor Part Identification Guidebook
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