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Old 05-22-2020, 10:43 PM
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Default Sample Security plan for manufacturer of under 500

CA PC 29142 says that a manufacturer of under 500 firearms a year can maintain a "secure facility" by designing a "security plan" approved by ATF or DOJ.

Is there an example of what that would look like? I don't even know where to start.

Thank you in advance for any advice!!
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Might check with ATF and DOJ to see if they have any guidelines.
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CA PC 29142 says that a manufacturer of under 500 firearms a year can maintain a "secure facility" by designing a "security plan" approved by ATF or DOJ.

Is there an example of what that would look like? I don't even know where to start.

Thank you in advance for any advice!!

Penal Code 29142
(a) For purposes of this chapter, any licensed manufacturer who produces fewer than 500 firearms in a calendar year within this state may maintain a “secure facility” by complying with all of the requirements described in Section 29141, or may design a security plan that is approved by the Department of Justice or the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
(b) If a security plan is approved by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the approved plan, along with proof of approval, shall be filed with the Department of Justice and the local police department. If there is no police department, the filing shall be with the county sheriff’s office.
(c) If a security plan is approved by the Department of Justice, the approved plan, along with proof of approval, shall be filed with the local police department. If there is no police department, the filing shall be with the county sheriff’s office.

Penal Code 29141
Except as otherwise provided in Section 29142, as used in this chapter, “secure facility” means that the facility satisfies all of the following:
(a) The facility is equipped with a burglar alarm with central monitoring.
(b) All perimeter entries to areas in which firearms are stored other than doors, including windows and skylights, are secured with steel window guards or an audible, silent, or sonic alarm to detect entry.
(c) All perimeter doorways are designed in one of the following ways:
(1) A windowless steel security door equipped with both a deadbolt and a doorknob lock.
(2) A windowed metal door equipped with both a deadbolt and a doorknob lock. If the window has an opening of five inches or more measured in any direction, the window is covered with steel bars of at least one-half inch diameter or metal grating of at least nine gauge affixed to the exterior or interior of the door.
(3) A metal grate that is padlocked and affixed to the licensee’s premises independent of the door and doorframe.
(4) Hinges and hasps attached to doors by welding, riveting, or bolting with nuts on the inside of the door.
(5) Hinges and hasps installed so that they cannot be removed when the doors are closed and locked.
(d) Heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, and service openings are secured with steel bars, metal grating, or an alarm system.
(e) No perimeter metal grates are capable of being entered by any person.
(f) Steel bars used to satisfy the requirements of this section are not capable of being entered by any person.
(g) Perimeter walls of rooms in which firearms are stored are constructed of concrete or at least 10-gauge expanded steel wire mesh utilized along with typical wood frame and drywall construction. If firearms are not stored in a vault, the facility shall use an exterior security-type door along with a high security, single-key deadbolt, or other door that is more secure. All firearms shall be stored in a separate room away from any general living area or work area. Any door to the storage facility shall be locked while unattended.
(h) Perimeter doorways, including the loading dock area, are locked at all times when not attended by paid employees or contracted employees, including security guards.
(i) Except when a firearm is currently being tested, any ammunition on the premises is removed from all manufactured guns and stored in a separate and locked room, cabinet, or box away from the storage area for the firearms. Ammunition may be stored with a weapon only in a locked safe.
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