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Santa Cruz Armory
04-15-2006, 3:07 PM
::SIGH!::


I know this may be old but, I was sent to me today by a friend who received it from a gun dealer who was asked to DROS his (my friends) lowers. The dealer said it was a "new" memo.

Page 1:
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/leter1.jpg

Page two: SORRY FOR THE BIG PIC.
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/letterpg2.jpg

My friend is buying 6 lowers and now this dealer has him all scared :eek:

I think the info that was talked about a while back about " paperwork to bring with you shooting" where it outlines all the laws and memos would be great...I just can't find it again:(

The question I have is when and where does these "new" memos come out? I have been on the State site and it is confusing as hell (I'm sure they want it that way).

Where can I find the info regarding the fixed mag stuff? The "requires tools and time to remove" info.

Thanks guys

caduckgunner
04-15-2006, 3:10 PM
Yep it's old. Been on DOJ's website since Febuary. Look at the DOj website http://caag.state.ca.us/firearms/ on the upper right hand side. It's under new additions.

xenophobe
04-15-2006, 3:16 PM
It's a memo, not any change in policy or law. It really means nothing.

Santa Cruz Armory
04-15-2006, 3:22 PM
I had hoped so.

Thanks guys~

shopkeep
04-15-2006, 3:58 PM
Lemme ask you a question:

If the courts held that "AR-15 (all)" was too confusing to law enforcment and courts and that a list of banned rifles had to be made, do you think the courts will uphold the idea of having multiple tiers of AR/AK weapons with varying levels of "Assault Weaponess"?

I highly doubt it.

1911_sfca
04-15-2006, 10:17 PM
Funny that the memo refers to newly-identified AR series weapons.

If they are newly identified, isn't it the DOJ's duty to identify them to the public by publishing an updated list? This might be useful in some future court case.

Cato
04-16-2006, 2:05 AM
Am I missing something? The memo seems to say that after our recievers are registered we CANNOT add AW features?

antarius
04-16-2006, 7:38 AM
Am I missing something? The memo seems to say that after our recievers are registered we CANNOT add AW features?
Use the search function and read up on this. It's been covered a thousand times... there is much debate as to the validity of that specific comment.

6172crew
04-16-2006, 8:18 AM
Has anyone kept a copy of the original memo from the DOJ? This one looks a little different, am I wrong?:confused:

bwiese
04-16-2006, 12:49 PM
Has anyone kept a copy of the original memo from the DOJ? This one looks a little different, am I wrong?:confused:

There were 3 minor revisions of the memo to correct some dates/typos (the writer didn't know that Harrott was in 2001!)

The differences btwn the memos I've seen are nonsubstantive.