“Assault Weapons” Ban POLICY
Status of the Bill
Washington state’s proposed “Assault Weapons” Ban (AWB) HB1240 has been signed into law. The bill, makes it illegal to sell, transfer, distribute, ect. what the legislature has defined as an assault weapon. Securité will not be able to sell or transfer any of the affected items.
UNDERSTANDING THE BILL
Securite Gun Club has put together a PDF flowchart that will help guide you through determining if a firearm meets the criteria for an “Assault Weapon”. This is just a guide and is not intended to be a legal document.
202305 Assault Weapons Ban Flowchart 8.5×11 V5
Transfers of an AWB Items and Firearm
If your transfer is covered by the AWB, it will be YOUR responsibility to arrange a return back to the originator of the firearm.
Securité will assist you in returning the item(s) but you or the originator will be responsible to provide a pre-paid return label and cover any additional costs involved in returning the firearm.
This must be done as soon as possible. If the firearm is still in our possession after 30 days, our standard storage fees will apply. After 120 days, the item will be deemed as abandoned.
This is a challenging time for our community and Securité Gun Club will do what we can to assist you in exercising your rights.