Originally posted on safariclub.org on 5.28.21
Gun owners in California can breathe a small sigh of relief today after Assembly Bill 1237 was held in committee for the remainder of the
AB 1237 (Ting) “Information access: research institutions: firearms” would mandate that the Department of Justice (DOJ) release an individual’s personal information to the California Firearm Violence Research Center at UC Davis (UCD) when providing
The four anti-hunting and anti-firearms bills listed in this alert passed the Legislature and went to Governor Brown’s desk for his action. He had until Sept. 30 to act on
Hunting and Gun Ownership Rights Remain Under Attack – Act Now!!
The California Legislature is in its final month of the 2018 legislative session before its final recess on August 31st.
CA Gun Owner Alert!
AB 2497 imposes a tax on the sale of guns and ammunition, but the rate has not yet been decided.
Being that this is California, the assumption is
Oppose CA Measure To Forbid Guns In Charitable Fundraising
Safari Club International’s ability to raise funds to support its missions will be stunted if Assembly Bill 3199, sponsored by Assembly Member
Originally posted on The Resurgent by Gabriella Hoffman on 3/6/18
Note the recognition of Safari Club International for their work in this decision
by Gabriella Hoffman
A new memo from USFWS says imports on
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SCI President Paul Babaz Speaks Out Against Calls For More Gun Control
Safari Club International’s mission is to protect the freedom
Safari Club International President Paul Babaz has been nominated to serve on the Board of Directors of the National Rifle Association of America.
Babaz, a lifelong hunter and shooter,
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