CalGuns & SAF win against Calif. waiting period
Filed this morning, Silvester v. Harris (Eastern Dist. of Cal) looks like a solid win (after you go through all the pages detailing California's unbelievably complex answer to trying to prevent bad guys from buying guns). It finds the "cooling off" period rational for the 10 day mandatory waiting period to be unfounded, and basing the requirement on "we need the time for all the background checks" makes no sense when applied to (1) a person already permitted to own a firearm or (2) a CCW permit holder or (3) anyone whose background checks are completed in less than 10 days.
Reading between the lines, you can get a grasp of how much work went into this win. You don't base a winning record on "this is wrong, so let's sue and look for an obvious win."