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M1A Rifleman
04-05-2011, 8:45 AM
With all the recent drama regarding hi-cap mags, I thought I see whats on the DOJ page, and print the Q/A Section that I recall mentioned the possession of hi-cap mags for my use should I have problems this summer in the NF.

After 10-minutes of searching, I can no longer find this helpful Q/A list. This used to be easy to find and included good information on RAW's and mags.

Bummer they have revised the page making it more difficult to find this information, but it is Here: http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/faq.php.

oaklander
04-05-2011, 8:48 AM
My intuition is telling me that KH is making some changes at DOJ/BOF. The term Brier Patch comes to mind (as in "please don't throw us into the Brier Patch.")

:D

Last time we had a "hostile" DOJ "division," it ended up getting downgraded into a "bureau." My hope is that their institutional memory is strong enough to prevent them from making the same mistakes again.

But the reality is that when they are disorganized and/or overly hostile to guns, they make mistakes that benefit us.

With all the recent drama regarding hi-cap mags, I thought I see whats on the DOJ page, and print the Q/A Section that I recall mentioned the possession of hi-cap mags for my use should I have problems this summer in the NF.

After 10-minutes of searching, I can no longer find this helpful Q/A list. This used to be easy to find and included good information on RAW's and mags.

Its interesting there is no longer any information making it clear that possession of hi-cap mags is legal, assuming these were owned prior to the ban.

NotEnufGarage
04-05-2011, 9:08 AM
From the link you posted, click on the Public link towards the top. It's question 9.

Looks like they broke it up into sections, based on relevancy.

oaklander
04-05-2011, 9:20 AM
Yes, and as you guys might know - the whole code sections that reference a lot of firearms law are getting ready to change too. There won't be substantive changes - but things will move around as part of a program to "simplify" things.

From the link you posted, click on the Public link towards the top. It's question 9.

Looks like they broke it up into sections, based on relevancy.

JSilvoso
04-05-2011, 10:18 AM
Links to ATF, DOJ (including DOJ and ATF FAQ), and other useful firearm information can be found at our website: http://michellawyers.com/reference-materials/firearm-law-references

We're constantly adding more information and links...

Librarian
04-05-2011, 10:45 AM
Links to ATF, DOJ (including DOJ and ATF FAQ), and other useful firearm information can be found at our website: http://michellawyers.com/reference-materials/firearm-law-references

We're constantly adding more information and links...

Joe, is there yet an available 'mapping document' that cross references the old PC numbering with the new?

oaklander
04-05-2011, 11:45 AM
See "Disposition Table" here - http://www.clrc.ca.gov/M300.html

First link, inside blue box, Word doc.

LOL - sorry Joe - beat you to it!!!

:D

Joe, is there yet an available 'mapping document' that cross references the old PC numbering with the new?

bussda
04-05-2011, 2:00 PM
See "Disposition Table" here - [url]

First link, inside blue box, Word doc.

...

And for the web challenged: http://www.clrc.ca.gov/pub/publishers/2010/Pub235-AR-apx6-pt2.doc

Librarian
04-05-2011, 2:27 PM
Muchisisimas gracias! Oaklander and bussda!

I have this wiki to update ....

Southwest Chuck
04-05-2011, 2:49 PM
And for the web challenged: http://www.clrc.ca.gov/pub/publishers/2010/Pub235-AR-apx6-pt2.doc

And for the Link Challenged Disposition Table (http://www.clrc.ca.gov/pub/publishers/2010/Pub235-AR-apx6-pt2.doc) :D

oaklander
04-05-2011, 3:11 PM
LOL - and for the "Word" challenged - Scribd version!!!

Woot!

http://www.scribd.com/doc/52366540/Disposition-of-Existing-Law

And for the Link Challenged Disposition Table (http://www.clrc.ca.gov/pub/publishers/2010/Pub235-AR-apx6-pt2.doc) :D