California: DOJ Announces Proposed Rulemaking on Dealer Video Surveillance Requirements

Gun Rights

On Friday, April 26th the California Department of Justice announced proposed rulemaking on the firearm dealer video surveillance requirements, that went into effect on January 1, 2024 as a result of Senate Bill 1384 (2022). Despite the law having been in effect for nearly five months, California firearm dealers have been without proper guidance and at risk of penalties and license revocation. A link to the proposed regulations and other details can be found by clicking hereWritten comments will be accepted on the proposed rules until June 11th at 5:00pm and can be submitted to:

Department of Justice
P.O. Box 160487
Sacramento, CA 95816

Email: [email protected]

Please stay tuned to your inbox and the NRA-ILA website for updates concerning your Second Amendment Rights.

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