You’d think at this point California would have run out of gun control laws to put on the books, but as it turns out legislators have sent quite a few proposals to Governor Gavin Newsom this year, and time is running out for the governor to veto any of the proposals. NRA-ILA notes that there are currently nine different bills sitting on the governor’s desk, and unless Newsom issues a formal veto, the bills will become law in just a matter of days.
The bills range from an expansion of the state’s “one handgun per month” rationing scheme to extending the time period that a “gun violence restraining order” is in effect from one year to five years. There’s also a bill that expands the list of who can request such a restraining order.
Another bill would require background checks for anybody purchasing gun parts, which would make it impossible to order parts online unless they were shipped to a “licensed precursor parts dealer.”
Another bill would bar gun shows from taking place at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego, which is part of a broader effort to end gun shows across the state
In the end that gun part will need to be registered just like the gun . ... Another way of getting a complete inventory of what one owns. Would it be logical then just to buy a beater that is the same as you own for the sole reason you would have a parts gun ?