While the bill died it is still relevant in that the state legislator who wrote in the anti-gun stuff will attack again. What the lawmakers do not understand is that of the affected guns only a fraction of the ones listed are actually put out of commission. I would submit that less than half of the gun owners in CA fully comply with the laws. Most of the guns are simply sealed away and not taken out to the range or altered to comply with all of the parts retained. I know of quite a few listed guns that are still in private hands. The problem with that is that if they are caught with them the consequences are dire indeed.
Mind you, I'm not advocating this, just telling those of you on the outside what it is like here.