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cfg8888
09-18-2010, 1:51 AM
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Veggie
09-18-2010, 2:27 AM
You can find everything you need to know here dude.

http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/index.php/Main_Page

Sorry to hear your moving to CA :P

HUTCH 7.62
09-18-2010, 8:28 AM
You sure you want to move to Kommiefornia I've been trying figure a way out this sinking ship state.

cfg8888
09-18-2010, 1:22 PM
Moving from commiecago lol it's just a sideways move!

ak47762
09-18-2010, 1:45 PM
I'm sorry for your loss:(

rromeo
09-18-2010, 2:01 PM
The handguns should be fine if they don't have threaded barrels. The 10/22 is fine on its own, but magazine capacity is limited to 10. (Somebody will chime in about owning them prior to 2000, or something else useless to the discussion )
Register the handguns, not the rifles. Was the AR named on the list? If not, you can configure it for California, usually without much trouble.
What are the "Assault Weapons" you got rid of?

Malthusian
09-18-2010, 2:18 PM
The handguns should be fine if they don't have threaded barrels. The 10/22 is fine on its own, but magazine capacity is limited to 10. (Somebody will chime in about owning them prior to 2000, or something else useless to the discussion )
Register the handguns, not the rifles. Was the AR named on the list? If not, you can configure it for California, usually without much trouble.
What are the "Assault Weapons" you got rid of?


Prior to 2000 does not apply
He may not bring Hi Caps into CA

rromeo
09-18-2010, 2:29 PM
Prior to 2000 does not apply
He may not bring Hi Caps into CA
That never stops the endless posts about finding them or having them in storage or the 3 year statute of limitations. Some have to find some issue when somebody says there is a 10 round magazine limit.

HUTCH 7.62
09-18-2010, 2:39 PM
Moving from commiecago lol it's just a sideways move!

Chicken in the car, car won't go, CHICARGO

Boots
09-18-2010, 4:46 PM
Moving from commiecago lol it's just a sideways move!

Then it's not so bad.... but def not a better move. Weather is nice... gun laws not so.

rromeo
09-18-2010, 4:55 PM
Then it's not so bad.... but def not a better move. Weather is nice... gun laws not so.
The gun laws are some of the nicest things about California. At least somebody is working to keep those in check.
There are plenty of other things to complain about.

Boots
09-18-2010, 5:23 PM
The gun laws are some of the nicest things about California. At least somebody is working to keep those in check.
There are plenty of other things to complain about.

That's true. I don't mind some of the laws... some that other people blast and the NRA fumes about... but some I think throw common sense out the window.
And yes, it is good and blessed that there are groups and individuals that are working to keep others in check.
But I'm not really complaining... not nearly as much as others and out-of-state people.

cfg8888
09-19-2010, 10:15 PM
Most of the firearms I have had to be moved out of the city of Chicago I was able to register a xm-15 and m14 NM for 2 years before I got the letter from the CPD or whoever that I had 30 days(not sure long long time ago) luckily my brother lives outside the city. And it's legal to own "assault weapons" there. I agree we need the laws although I am againts the registration of handguns(we are registered how about the criminals) oh well I am happy I can legally own handguns (had to keep handguns out of the city)so if you see a guy shooting all 3 of these at the range it's me.

bsg
09-19-2010, 10:46 PM
welcome to california... in advance.

welcome to the forum as well.