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ddindetroit
02-26-2010, 3:16 PM
Does anyone know about using this form to mail in registration on clean pistols for PPT (without going to dealers)? Especially between parties like friends/families ...

The AG/DOJ office does not pick up their phones for clarification questions.

http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/forms/pdf/volreg.pdf

There is space for party party transfer and others ... $19/transfer.

I know it's originally intended for out of Kalifornia residents that have moved in and 'needing' to register firearms.

Helpful comments would be appreciated.

Thanks,

ddindetroit:)

CSDGuy
02-26-2010, 3:21 PM
Outside some VERY specific circumstances, you'd have to use an FFL for a transfer. For intrafamilial transfers, there's a specific form for that and the volreg form isn't it.

dachan
02-26-2010, 3:32 PM
Only strictly defined interfamilia transfers are exempt from PC17072(d) requiring firearm tranfers through a licensed dealer. Those exempt transfers are basically those straight up or down the bloodline between two CA residents. Any other transfers, between brothers, cousins, neighbors, friends, etc. must go through a licensed dealer. If you execute an exempt transfer of a handgun, you must submit a Report of Operation of Law within 30days, http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/forms/pdf/oplaw.pdf
If you execute an exempt transfer of a long gun, you may submit a (voluntary registration) Firearm Ownership Record, http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/forms/pdf/volreg.pdf

There are a few other exemptions to PC17072(d) which are covered in PC12078, but it's unlikely you will encounter those cases.

Quiet
02-26-2010, 4:12 PM
Does anyone know about using this form to mail in registration on clean pistols for PPT (without going to dealers)? Especially between parties like friends/families ...

The AG/DOJ office does not pick up their phones for clarification questions.

http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/forms/pdf/volreg.pdf

There is space for party party transfer and others ... $19/transfer.

I know it's originally intended for out of Kalifornia residents that have moved in and 'needing' to register firearms.

Helpful comments would be appreciated.

Thanks,

ddindetroit:)

Transfering a firearm in this manner is not legal.

ddindetroit
02-26-2010, 4:32 PM
Thanks everybody for chiming in.

ddindetroit:)