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Barkoff
01-06-2010, 6:50 PM
Didn't this get beat back?





This is listed in the new 2010 Vehicle Code & Related Laws.

Handgun ammunition vendor must obtain thumb print from ammunition purchaser.

Ammunition cannot be accessible to purchaser without vendor assistance
Records of sale must be kept for 5 years law enforcement has access to records.




I thought the whole no mail order ammo thing was beat back? How can these regs (which were sent to PG&E offices) be enforced without banning mail order ammo?



Summary This document summarizes the new vehicle code laws for 2010 that were signed into law in the 2009 legislative session. There were not a lot of new vehicle code laws this year because the legislature was working mainly on the budget issues.
Contacts Transportation Service’s Regulatory Management & Policy:
Bert Friel (8) 477-2565 or Ernie Anderson (8) 477-2541
HR Academy Compliance & Equipment Training:
Larry Parks (8) 477-2556
SH&C Procedure 239 Motor Vehicle Safety Program:
Lyndon Jesmin 477-2543
Training Requests PG&E Academy Operations:
(8) 459-6168 or pgeacademy@pge.com

Librarian
01-06-2010, 7:13 PM
Vehicle code?

AB 962 passed. See the Wiki article (http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/index.php/2009_-_AB_962_De_Leon%2C_Ammunition).

Cokebottle
01-06-2010, 7:26 PM
Mail order ban goes into effect Feb 2011.
The rest of 962 became effective last weekend.

Barkoff
01-06-2010, 7:50 PM
Mail order ban goes into effect Feb 2011.
The rest of 962 became effective last weekend.

I guess it is still to be fought in court, I think that is what I remember.

If that ever were to go into effect I wonder what that means for hand loaders?

Librarian
01-06-2010, 7:54 PM
I guess it is still to be fought in court, I think that is what I remember.

If that ever were to go into effect I wonder what that means for hand loaders?

Nothing, unless you sell your ammo. Again, read the wiki link.