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CALNRA: NRA-Sponsored AB 854 Unanimously Passes Assembly

Discussion in 'Activism' started by MikeHaas, May 3, 2007.

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  1. MikeHaas

    MikeHaas Member

    Oct 24, 2003
    NRA Members' Councils of California

    CALNRA: NRA-Sponsored AB 854 Unanimously Passes Assembly
    11:40 AM, 05/03/2007 - PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY

    AB 854, an Outdoor Writers/NRA-introduced and sponsored bill, today passed unanimously (72-0) off the Assembly Floor. Thank you for your efforts in support of AB 854. Please stay tuned for AB 854's first committee assignment in the Senate.

    Issue: PUBLICATIONS (Keene)

    Description: Existing California law does not allow a firearms manufacturer or dealer to import into California to "Loan" to an evaluator/writer a handgun that is not listed on the DOJ "not unsafe" handgun list. AB 854 is intended to copy a Federal mechanism for loans, creating a system to allow the loan to take place through a dealer and be returned to the manufacturer through a dealer within 45 days.

    You may track this bill at:

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    Mike Haas
  2. ozwyn

    ozwyn Member

    Apr 28, 2006
    keep fighting ont he left coast... you keep winning over there and it may inspire those living on the damned (and we are) northeast coast to keep fighting too.
  3. ArmedBear

    ArmedBear Member

    Sep 8, 2005
    That's neat and all, but all it does is let the "professionals" play with guns, while regular citizens aren't allowed to buy them. Doesn't mean squat to me.

    Like the motion picture exemption to the AWB, I see laws like this as unimportant at best, and at worst, I think they hurt us by making it more convenient for those who might otherwise be allies in the RKBA fight, but who can now make money with firearms without the restrictions that the rest of us have to live with.

    That said, I do appreciate the good work that good people are doing here in CA.
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