There wasn't anything hush-hush going on behind the scenes. The September 1 date was just to avoid "emergency" legislation, specifically, the risk ofSB1171 morphing into a broader definition of loaded.
Okay, we were asked by some people on this board to not
OC in California through the end of August because of some hush-hush stuff going on behind the scenes that was supposed to help us in the long run.
I'll quote myself from this thread over on Caluns:
As for bobarker's plight, Decoligny has already posted a link.
The current legislative session has ended. There is now no risk that any UOC could result in new/modified legislation in the near term. In the long term, there is little risk as an incorporation suit will probably be decided before that could happen (in the next legislative session).
So, UOC is now not a risk to others in the gun community.
However, if one chooses to UOC, they still do so with potential risk to themselves, of false arrest (same as always). And the CGF nor anyone else will help them. IMO that should have been the norm in the first place. Never rely on anyone else for financial or other support. That is foolish and selfish. Be prepared to fight your own battles, and pay for it out of your own pocket. If you can't do that, then don't OC. If you are prepared for that, then IMO go ahead.