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California’s Approved Hanguns All Have Expiration Dates. I wonder if that’s because a lot of companies no longer go through the hassle of getting on the approved list?

Update: For the answer, see comments.

6 Responses to “Declining”

  1. Monte Says:

    “Once a handgun is on the Roster, it can remain there, unchanged, so long as the responsible party continues to pay the annual fee. The expiration dates which appear in the Roster listings are the due dates for those fees.”

  2. Jake Says:

    In other words, it has nothing to do with safety, and everything to do with .gov-approved bribery.

  3. MAJ Mike Says:

    Bribery, obviously. Our governments are increasingly criminal enterprises.

  4. Dean Kennedy Says:

    Bribery is when you offer some one an inducement to grant you a favor. When someone uses a threat to deny freedom of action to get you to pay them to allow that action, that is extortion.

  5. Will Says:

    It’s an expensive process. I wonder why all the little gun companies don’t combine to jointly sue CA for effectively discriminating against them? About 2/3rds of gun models are essentially banned due to this expense.

    Change the color, which makes it a different model, but functionally identical, and you have to go through the whole process. It has nothing to do with “safety”, and everything to do with control.

  6. Bob H Says:

    What happens to the gun owners if the manufacturer stops paying the annual fee?

    Do the guns become illegal to own?