- CA PROP 63
- GOOD NEWS... Reloading Components Are Not Covered, & Thus Reloading Your Own Ammunition Is The Best & Most Private Solution To CA Prop. 63. Keep The Government Out Of Your 2nd Amendment Rights!
- Q: Starting July 1, 2019, what are the ammunition sales restrictions in CA? Is there an ammunition background check?
- A: Phase 2 of Proposition 63 commences and applies to all store and gun show ammunition sales. All Ammunition purchases in CA will require a DOJ "point-of-sale" eligibility check that will cross-reference your information (name, current address, date of birth, driver's license or other form of government ID with the information you have on file with the DOJ's Automatic Firearms System (AFS) when you purchased and registered your firearm. It will also check if you have anything in the system that would prevent you from owning a firearm (i.e. felony). The same restrictions apply to ammunition purchases.
- Q: What about out-of-state purchases of ammunition?
- A: CA residents will be prohibited from purchasing ammunition outside of the state of CA without first having it delivered to a licensed dealer, by penalty. The dealer will then run the DOJ "point-of-sale" eligibility check before giving you the ammunition.
Q: Will my ammunition purchase will be recorded with the DOJ?
A: Yes it will. The DOJ will record:
1.) Date of the sale
2.) The purchasers drivers license/ID number, full name, address, telephone number, date of birth, and signature
3.) The brand/type/amount of ammunition purchased
Q. What about Reloading Components?
A: As stated at the top, there is nothing in the provisions of Prop 63 that regulates reloading components. They are not governed by the law , created by Prop 63.
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