In accordance with the Governor's order for cessation of activities except those outlined in the CISA list of Critical Infrastructures, which includes essential retail and public safety functions, we will limit our business operations in the short term as follows:
Delivery of firearms as lawful, for firearm purchases wherein the background check process has already been started- today, March 19, or earlier.
Continued support of ATF, CA DOJ, and local law enforcement firearm related functions as mandated by federal, state or local laws and ordinances.
We will contact customers who can lawfully pick up their firearms and set appointment times for their firearm and associated ammunition transfers. Only the person who can lawfully pick up the firearm will be allowed into the store. As per the best practices recommended by the CDC and state and county health professionals, we will continue to enforce social distancing and no persons besides those customers nor our essential staff will be allowed inside the store.
As this situation is highly dynamic, we will be better able to address questions regarding customer orders where background checks have not been started and/or guns are on deposit within the next few days.
I believe that it is a 2A issue that - if pressed in the courts - would also open up the "stay in your house or we will put you in jail" issue. I'm sure that an agreement was reached real quiet-likeIF true I'm glad to hear that more than you know..so they were able to get the essential tag that other gun places couldn't?I know they were fighting for it but was promised an answer tomorrow...