DOJ Re-Opens Bullet-Button Assault-Weapon Registration System For Eligible Individuals



Federal court finds California magazine ban violates the Second Amendment



Commencing July 1, 2018, any person who possesses a self-manufactured or self-assembled firearm that does not bear a serial number assigned to it shall apply to the Department of Justice (Department) for a unique serial number by January 1, 2019.



Prop 63 passed.  Starting January 2018 all ammo must be transferred through an approved Ammo Vendor.  Beginning July 1, 2019 individuals wishing to purchase ammo must first obtain a permit.



In Response To NRA/CRPA Demands, Los Angeles Repeals Ordinances Prohibiting Sale of “Ultracompact” Firearms and Possession of Standard Capacity Magazines



Effective January 1, 2017, “Bullet Button” Firearms are Considered Assault Weapons.  Click to register your Assault Weapon now.  All Assault Weapons must be registered by June 30, 2018


ATF voids prior rulings on stabilizing braces.  Individuals owning a firearm with a stabilizing brace must either: -Destroy - Turn in to ATF -Convert to compliant long gun -Register firearm as SBR with ATF -Permanently remove and destroy stabilizing brace. Read more here.


03/20/23- The loaded chamber indicator, magazine disconnect, and microstamping requirements for a handgun to be added to the California Handgun Roster are deemed unconstitutional.