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RUM
11-21-2010, 9:28 AM
Does the age, 50 years, qualify a rifle for C&R status, or does it have to be on the ATF list??

M. D. Van Norman
11-21-2010, 10:12 AM
On the list or 50 years old. :)

Reductio
11-21-2010, 12:18 PM
Well, federally defined by the age / list, but if you want to get around the FFL PPT transfer and all that jazz in Californa, it'll have to be >50 years old.

rexbo47
12-04-2010, 7:08 PM
Same rule for a shotgun?

Mssr. Eleganté
12-04-2010, 7:15 PM
Same rule for a shotgun?

If you are asking if being 50 years old makes a shotgun C&R then yes. Being 50 years old make all guns C&R, even machine guns.

If you are asking if being 50 years old makes a shotgun eligible to be transfered between two unlicensed California residents without having to go through a dealer/DROS, then the answer is also yes. C&R long guns (rifles, shotguns and other Cali-legal non-handguns) that are over 50 years old are exempt from California's PPT transfer requirements.

rexbo47
12-05-2010, 9:08 AM
If you are asking if being 50 years old makes a shotgun C&R then yes. Being 50 years old make all guns C&R, even machine guns.

If you are asking if being 50 years old makes a shotgun eligible to be transfered between two unlicensed California residents without having to go through a dealer/DROS, then the answer is also yes. C&R long guns (rifles, shotguns and other Cali-legal non-handguns) that are over 50 years old are exempt from California's PPT transfer requirements.


Thank you for your explanation.

Regards