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SUPPORT SB 376: improves licensing requirements for so-called "infrequent" firearm dealers

Support SB 376: would reduce the number of firearms an unlicensed individual is able to sell

by Youth ALIVE! | 4.27.19

Support SB 376: There is a disparity in the Penal Code’s definition of the term “infrequent” which results in a disparity in the way in which unlicensed sellers of firearms are treated under the law. 


Existing law defines “infrequent” for purposes of this exemption to mean less than six handgun transactions per calendar year, or, for firearms other than handguns, an indefinite number of transactions that are “occasional and without regularity.”

This bill would redefine “infrequent” to mean less than six firearm transactions per calendar year, regardless of the type of firearm and no more than 50 total firearms within those transactions.

The bill seeks to address the disparity and confusion in the way unlicensed firearms dealers are treated based on the definition of “infrequent.” It would reduce the number of firearms an unlicensed individual is annually able to sell and the frequency with which they’re able to sell. It would also reduce the number of firearms an unlicensed individual is able to manufacture.

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