Here's how Gov. Jerry Brown dealt with 18 gun bills Friday:

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SB127 by Sen. Ted Gaines, R-Rocklin -- Requires a licensed psychotherapist whose patient makes a serious threat of violence against a reasonably identifiable victim or victims to report that threat to local police within one day; police must then notify the state Justice Department within a day of receiving the report.

SB363 by Sen. Roderick Wright, D-Los Angeles -- Expands the crime of "criminal storage" to include keeping a loaded firearm within premises where a prohibited person is likely to gain access and actually accesses and causes injury.

SB683 by Sen. Marty Block, D-San Diego -- Require owners of long guns to earn safety certificates like those already required of handgun owners.

AB48 by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley -- Bans conversion kits that allow people to turn regular magazines into high-capacity magazines.

AB170 by Assemblyman Steven Bradford, D-Gardena -- Provides that only an individual person, not an organization, may be issued a permit to possess an assault weapon, .50 BMG rifle or machine gun.

AB231 by Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco -- Makes it a crime to leave a loaded firearm somewhere a child is likely to be able to get it without permission.


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AB500 by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, D-San Francisco -- Would tighten gun safety laws on safe storage to include households where someone is prohibited from owning a gun; also allows additional time for Department of Justice background checks.

AB538 by Assemblyman Richard Pan, D-Sacramento -- Requires a licensed firearm dealer to provide copies of the dealer's record of sale to a firearm purchaser at the time of delivery.

AB539 by Pan -- Lets someone who's temporarily prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm to transfer firearms in his or her possession or ownership to a licensed firearms dealer for storage.

AB711 by Assemblyman Anthony Rendon, D-South Gate -- Bans use of lead ammunition in hunting by mid-2019.

AB1131 by Skinner -- Extends from six months to five years the prohibition from owning firearms for those who have described a credible violent threat to a psychotherapist.

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SB299 by Sen. Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord -- Would have required gun owners to report a gun theft or loss to police within seven days of knowing about it.

SB374 by Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, D-Sacramento -- Would have added all semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines to the state's list of banned assault weapons.

SB475 by Sen. Mark Leno, D-San Francisco -- Would have essentially banned gun shows at the Cow Palace by requiring they be approved by San Francisco and San Mateo supervisors.

SB567 by Sen. Hannah Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara -- Would have updated the definition of an illegal shotgun to include a shotgun with a revolving cylinder and a rifled bore.

SB755 by Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Vacaville -- Would have expanded list of convicts who can't legally own guns to include those with multiple drug or alcohol crimes, street gang members and others.

AB169 by Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, D-Sacramento -- Would have tightened exemptions to the law prohibiting purchase of handguns that haven't been tested and deemed safe by the state.

AB180 by Assemblyman Rob Bonta, D-Oakland -- Would have given Oakland an exemption from state pre-emption so it can pass its own stricter gun registration or licensing statutes.