California adopting more gun restraints for the new year
REDDING, Calif. —
After recent high-profile mass shootings, California has adopted more gun restraints.
The new year includes a a slew of gun laws:
This law requires gun owners with a concealed carry license to undergo a minimum of eight hours of training.
They must demonstrate proficiency and safety on the shooting range. Before, C-C-W applicants could get their permit without ever shooting a gun.
The City of Red Bluff has already began enforcing this law.
SB 1346 bans the manufacture and sale of bump stock and burst trigger devices that enable a semi-automatic firearm to shoot in rapid-fire bursts.
This law is already in effect.
SB 1200 adds ammunition cartridges and magazines to the list of items that police can confiscate as part of a gun violence restraining order, also already in effect.
AB 3129 prohibits anyone convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense after January one 20-19 from possessing a firearm for the rest of their lives.
SB 1100 prohibits anyone younger than 21 from purchasing a long gun, such as a rifle or shotgun, from a licensed firearms dealer.
However, the law includes an exemption for law enforcement officers, members of the military and anyone who possesses a valid, unexpired hunting license.
AB 1968 will prohibit anyone who has been hospitalized more than once in a year for a mental health diagnosis from owning a firearm for the rest of his or her life.
This law goes into effect January 1 of 2020.