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Old February 22, 2013, 12:02 AM   #9
rc
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Join Date: April 28, 2001
Location: CA
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California has a lot of convoluted laws. Apparently when the state outlawed private party sales of firearms they forgot to change the law that said antique guns more than 50 years old didn't count as firearms under the law. So they are starting full on registration by 2014 of everything, including any new farther to son and family transfers that previously were exempt. I understand that it is still technically legal to buy and trade antiques till the end of the year when the new law takes effect. You may want to take the gun out the same way it came in if it is not an antique and save yourself any potential legal scrutiny.
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