Posted December 6, 2018 11:53 pm by Comments

By Brandon Curtis

Back in May of this year, Boulder City passed a law that banned the sale and possession of ‘assault rifles’, high-capacity magazines and bump stocks. Any residents who own guns under the ban would be grandfathered in, but they’d have to certify their firearms with police to the tune of $20 for the first firearm and $5 for each one thereafter.

The deadline for certification is December 31st.

So far, Boulder Police have certified 85 of these so-called ‘assault rifles’. Out of that number, two people registered the same gun; a husband and wife.

Certification is not a registry; the department keeps no records or paperwork of any kind. The only information they have is a handwritten count, said Boulder police Sgt. Dave Spraggs .

And if you don’t comply…

City law allows for a fine up to $1,000 and 90 days in jail. Banned guns also could be confiscated and destroyed following a conviction.

They say that they’ll impose any fines and/or jail time on a case-by-case basis, meaning;

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Source:: Concealed Nation

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