California’s paintball gun and paintball machine-gun ban goes into effect July 1.
The state’s Board of Equalization has scheduled the state’s first gun and gun-related events this weekend, including the first event for the state to be held in the state since 2004.
The board says it will hold a series of events on Friday, August 14.
Here’s what you need to know:What’s the difference between paintball and gunplay?
Paintball is a game played by people who play in a range of sports, including basketball, baseball, football and hockey.
The goal is to shoot paintballs into the air and destroy targets.
In gunplay, paintballs are fired at targets and opponents.
Gunplay includes shooting from a distance and using guns to shoot.
The term “paint gun” is a shortened form of the name paintball.
The paintball ban goes to effect on July 1, the same day the National Rifle Association will hold its annual convention.
The ban will be enforced statewide.
In a statement, the board said it will allow “the safe and legal use of guns for sporting purposes, including paintball.”
It also said the ban will provide “the means for the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health to administer safety training to the public.”
California gun-rights groups have been protesting the ban for months.
They argue that the ban is not a good idea, as it will be difficult for businesses and individuals to comply with the law.
The California Shooting Sports Foundation (CSSF) is challenging the ban, saying it’s an attack on gun rights.
The CSSF has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
The group says it’s not asking for a federal court order.
CSSF is seeking to have the ban declared unconstitutional.
What do I need to do to get a permit?
You’ll need to fill out an application to participate in the event.
You can get a temporary permit from the California Department of Justice, or you can fill out a temporary restraining order.
You’ll need a valid California driver’s license or identification card to enter the event, as well as an approved photo ID.
A copy of your California license, proof of your current address, and proof of the gun and weapon registration card you’ve received.
You must also provide a valid ID, such as a utility bill, a utility receipt or bank statement.
The event is free, but it will cost $10 for adults and $5 for children under 18.
You’ll also need to bring a valid gun and a valid firearm license.
The state’s Department of Public Health says you’ll need ID to take a selfie or take a picture with a firearm, and you’ll have to sign a consent form before you can bring a weapon.
You may also have to submit a “safety check” form if you want to bring any firearms.
What’s next for the paintball state?
The paintball game is currently legal in Maryland and Washington state.
In addition, Washington has issued its first-ever paintball rifle permit.
The California Department for Occupational Security and Health has announced that it will launch a pilot program for the shooting of paintballs at military installations in 2018.
The program is part of a broader effort to reduce gun violence in the United States, and the state will be conducting its own paintball shooting training for soldiers, officials said in a statement.
In April, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the state would allow gun owners to carry firearms into sporting events, including a paintball tournament.
The law also allows people to openly carry firearms in public in cities, counties, towns and schools.
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