The problems encountered since the new ammunition background check system was put into effect on July 1st, 2019, have far surpassed what we predicted, and we predicted a train wreck.
Despite the best efforts of well-financed groups like Bloomberg’s Everytown For Gun Safety and Never Again California, the family-friendly Crossroads of the West show can continue to go on for now.
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.
For nearly a decade, the Supreme Court has been mostly silent on the Second Amendment, despite a flood of petitions. The High Court is now poised to speak and many are anxious to hear what it has to..
This monumental victory comes in the NRA and CRPA supported lawsuit titled Duncan v. Becerra, which challenges all of California’s laws banning so-called “large-capacity” magazines.
Unconstitutional laws in California and Hawaii are still being enforced despite the decision made as a result of Young v. Hawaii. You might be wondering why CRPA hasn’t filed a lawsuit?
Senate Bill No. 1100 (“SB 1100”), raises the minimum age to purchase a “long gun” firearm. This restriction is scheduled to take effect on January 1, 2019.
Two steps forward and one step back Friday, September 28th, 2018, as decisions are announced from Governor Brown’s office. It seems that the Second Amendment community can’t catch a break.
California Rifle & Pistol Association plans to protest at the Ventura County Fair Board Meeting Tuesday, September 25 supporting yet another one of the gun shows statewide gun control extremists want
In another blow to Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom’s anti-gun agenda, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit upheld a lower court’s decision to suspend enforcement of CA’s normal magazine ban.
In cavalier fashion, DOJ responded that the impact on ammunition sales will be minimal, & doesn’t seem to care that it has utterly failed…
In response to pre-litigation demands from the NRA and CRPA, the Los Angeles has voted to repeal a city ordinance prohibiting the sale or transfer of “ultracompact firearms.
The Court ruled D.C.’s restrictive “may issue” policy for the issuance of a CCW permit unconstitutional.
California Rifle & Pistol Association is looking for a few good men and women to be the voices for the right to keep and bear arms in local communities.
AT California Rifle & Pistol Association we have updated our California Legal Affairs Report, which highlights the many regulatory battles with the California Department of Justice…
NRA and California Rifle & Pistol Association submitted a joint letter to the DOJ explaining the flaws in the regulations and demanding there be withdrawal.
On Thursday, January 12, NRA and CRPA attorneys submitted a petition to the United States Supreme Court to review the NRA and CRPA supported case of Peruta v. San Diego.
The California DOJ backed down from its proposed “emergency” regulations on large-capacity magazines, asking the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) to withdraw them from consideration.
On Thursday, December 29 2016, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) backed down from its proposed “emergency” regulations on large-capacity magazines.
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A thoughtful effort has been created to fight back by people who deeply care, and who don’t see many redress options left.
The California legislature is back in session, and politicians are wasting no time seeking media attention by introducing ill-conceived gun bans that would ban millions of commonly owned firearms.
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In February 2014, the NRA and CRPA sponsored Peruta v. San Diego County case resulted in a monumental ruling by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals…..
On March 26, 2015, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ordered that Peruta v. San Diego will be re-heard by an eleven-judge “en banc” panel.