CRPA sues California over its bizarre "Handgun Roster" law

One of the quirks of the many gun control laws in California is the state’s “handgun roster”; a list of handguns that have been approved for sale by the state’s Department of Justice.

For nearly a decade there have been no new handguns approved at all, thanks to the state’s “microstamping” mandate, while hundreds of previously approved models have been removed from the roster.

In fact, the state approved a tweak to the handgun roster rule not long ago requiring CalDOJ to remove three guns for every new firearm approved for sale, which will only serve to speed up what amounts to a slow-motion gun ban.
Source: Bearing Arms
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