1. The bills, which next go to the Assembly for consideration, represent the most ambitious effort at gun control in decades in California, which already has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation.

  2. Iam really so so angry and frustrated about all this bullshit changes in gun laws here in CA. i just got this new AR and enjoying plinking, target practicing w/ my daughter and son. I put some new accessories in it, spent money to just make it good looking and here is the reconfiguration of mags, stocks etc.. etc. Now I have to go to a gunsmith and spend more money to abide by their rules. Sir, am just an ordinary hard working father of 2 who enjoys going to a shooting range w/ my kids. I am a law abiding asian american who loves America and the freedom it offers…why are doing this to us.. …………..Sincerely Pascual

  3. I wonder if Gov Moonbeam wants to weld the mags into the frames of out rifles> Brother can you spare some change, I want to move of this crazy state!

  4. Hi James: Thanks for the note. The change to the existing “assault weapons” law in California was written specifically to outlaw the current version of the bullet button. There is a new version which may or may not be legal. At this point, it is not clear what the law means by its definition of a fixed magazine. This will probably take some time to figure out. Fortunately, the law does not take effect until January.

  5. Can you clarify fixed magazine. Does it mean it acts like the bullet button does and i can keep all the “evil features”, or do i still need to replace those features so its not an assault weapon.

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