The CPA has a series of tests that the gun must pass at the cost of the manufacturer as well as have certain "safety features". Once the firearm passes the attorney general then supposedly has the final say in whether it can be sold or not. Yep, you heard right, the manufacturer can have all the safety features and spend up to $50k per gun for testing, pass all the tests and still not be allowed to sell the firearm in this state because the attorney general says so.
Lmfao talk about interference of commerce.
I don't need No stinking signature.