California FFL Decries Legislature’s Attack on Gun Dealers
SB 497, SB 464 & AB 1525 could put gun stores out of business
SACRAMENTO, CA –-(Ammoland.com)- The California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees (CAL-FFL) is asking the California Legislature to reject measures they believe will significantly impact the ability of licensed firearms dealers to remain in business in the state.
- SB 497 (Portantino) – Limits an individual to one firearms purchase every 30 days from an FFL.
- SB 464 (Hill) – Mandates costly new security requirements on licensed firearms dealers.
- AB 1525 (Baker) – Mandates new warning signs be posted at gun stores and included in all firearm packaging.
“By limiting how many firearms we can sell to our customers and putting costly mandates on us, the legislature is hitting us from both ends”, said Mike Baryla, President of CAL-FFL. “These bills add to the ever-increasing number of unnecessary laws and regulations that restrict how, when and where we are able to engage in the business of facilitating the exercise of a constitutionally enumerated right.”
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