The California Department of Justice has filed with the Office of Administrative Law for the new gun ban regulations. This is what they’re supposed to do, instead of trying to force “emergency” regulations, when it’s not. The state of California, wants registered bullet button “assault weapons,” to remain in that configuration.
See the Firearms Policy Coalition:
Update 5 – 12/30/16 – Photos will be required for AW registrations through CFARS: “Clear digital photos of firearms listed on the application. One photo shall depict the bullet-button style magazine release installed on the firearm. One photo shall depict the firearm from the end of the barrel to the end of the stock if it is a long-gun or the point furthest from the end of the barrel if it is a pistol. The other two photos shall show the left side of the receiver/frame and right side of the receiver/frame. These locations are typically where firearms are marked when manufacturing is complete. At the discretion of the Department the last two photos shall be substituted for photos of identification markings at some other locations on the firearm.”