In the quest to nullify the Second Amendment in California, Attorney General Kamala Harris’ Department of Justice, is making sure that even handguns already on the roster approved for sale, become illegal. Because, no new semi-automatic handguns may be placed on the approved roster, due to so called “micro-stamping” technology requirements. And by mandating that “non-substantive changes” in the manufacturing process of components in approved handguns, is the same as creating a new unapproved model, these handguns now require the non-existent technology.
Numerous handguns currently on the approved list, if not all, are in danger of falling off, unless manufacturers cease adapting and upgrading their products seemingly no matter if slight. It’s called a de facto gun ban. Just today the Calguns Foundation reports that 28 more handguns fell off of the approved list. The reason that Glock, Ruger, and Smith & Wesson have entered the legal fray.
No new semi-automatic handguns may be placed on the Roster due to the DOJ’s enforcement of the “microstamping” requirement, which Calguns believes will lead to an increase in the rate of handgun removal. More, DOJ is apparently also requiring manufacturers to sign affidavits saying that no changes, even non-substantive changes in upstream components and suppliers, have been made since the handguns were submitted for testing.
The Calguns Foundation, has also officially asked the state of California, to fix its much criticized Armed & Prohibitive Persons System. The same program that removes guns from people that are not prohibited. The same program that mis-appropriates funds that are meant to be for the DROS process only. There’s already a lawsuit in regard to illegal fees.