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460_Smith_Wesson
06-07-2011, 11:37 PM
Hello Atlantic Firearms:

I am interested in buying a rifle listed in the " California Legal " section.

At first, I talked to a FFL friend of mine so that I can him receive the firearm,

yet he warned me to ask: " Is this particular rifle registered at the CA DOJ as

a california legal? " . When I called a rep from Atlantic Firearms and asked him

that question, he told me " It is up to the FFL to make sure that this firearm

is registered, not up to us ", and he cited that " each FFL in CA interprets

the law differently."

And seriously, I don't know which way to go and who is right.

I will buy the desired rifle ONLY if it is REALLY California Legal.


Your answer is highly appreciated and important.

thank you


Robert

Atlantic Firearms
06-08-2011, 1:58 AM
We do not register guns with the DOJ & are not aware of anyone who currently submits rifles to DOJ . We did not tell you it was up to the dealer to make sure it is registered waht we explained to you is it up to the dealer to decide if they are comfortable transfering the item to you. Some dealers view the mag locks , mag rebuild kits and bullet buttons diffrently. Again their is no real registering of the items with CA DOJ.

LordThrash
06-09-2011, 7:50 AM
I talked to a FFL friend of mine so that I can him receive the firearm,

yet he warned me to ask: " Is this particular rifle registered at the CA DOJ as

a california legal? "

there are no CA DOJ registered rifles. Maybe your friend is confused about Roberti Roos Named Assault Rifles which requires certain rifles to have been registered years ago. Currently rifles that are "off list" and not considered assault rifles are fine. My 2 cents is for you to do your homework, find an FFL that is familiar with the laws and sells these kinds of firearms. I bet Atlantic can give you a list of FFLs they have sold to in your area. Read up on what makes a legal Off List Lower Rifle (OLL) and don't work with a friend, work with a pro when it comes to your 2A rights.

Props to Atlantic, I have bought some good stuff from them. Buying guns out of state is always a bit harder but worth the extra effort.

Atlantic Firearms
06-10-2011, 2:55 AM
We do post a list of dealers we have shipped to in each state it is located on the left side of the home page this may help you out .

460_Smith_Wesson
06-10-2011, 12:05 PM
Gentlemen:

Thank you very much, I feel am always indebted to whoever advises me.

thank you ( Lord ) .

I will be ordering my next ( toy ) soon , and everytime I buy a firearm I say ( this will be

the last...lol ).



Robert

snowblind
06-18-2011, 9:00 AM
i have bought a few rifles from them and everytime they come in DOJ approves the transaction. thanks atlantic.
chris

Joe Bishop
06-20-2011, 12:21 PM
A real heads up company to deal with us California buyers just my 2 cents worth from personal experience.

glockwise2000
06-25-2011, 11:27 PM
Atlantic Firearms is GTG. Very highly recommended.

Tango-Alpha
08-17-2011, 5:16 AM
Hello Atlantic Firearms:

I am interested in buying a rifle listed in the " California Legal " section.

At first, I talked to a FFL friend of mine so that I can him receive the firearm,

yet he warned me to ask: " Is this particular rifle registered at the CA DOJ as

a california legal? " . When I called a rep from Atlantic Firearms and asked him

that question, he told me " It is up to the FFL to make sure that this firearm

is registered, not up to us ", and he cited that " each FFL in CA interprets

the law differently."

And seriously, I don't know which way to go and who is right.

I will buy the desired rifle ONLY if it is REALLY California Legal.


Your answer is highly appreciated and important.

thank you


Robert

Your friend who has the FFL may also be confused with the list the DOJ maintains for handguns. Unless he deals a lot in titles, he may be assuming the same rule that applies to rifles, applies to handguns.

Ford8N
08-25-2011, 7:07 PM
If in doubt ship to a middleman dealer. Atlantic will work with you.

Big plus 1 for Atlantic! :43: They are on our side.

805dave
08-26-2011, 11:33 AM
Bough a sagia 12 shotgun off them and they were very easy to deal with thanks guys!!

Atlantic Firearms
08-27-2011, 9:06 AM
805 , we appreciate your order and hope you are enjoying your new Shotgun !!!

Ragazzo
10-31-2011, 4:08 PM
Any sales coming up on AK'S?

Atlantic Firearms
11-01-2011, 3:15 AM
We do not get advanced info from our office on sales at this time we currently have the CA Legal AK B47 on sale $699.00

XMACNT
12-07-2011, 1:32 PM
You guys Just have to much GOOD stuff I can’t make up my mined :drool5:

bubbapug1
12-21-2011, 11:15 PM
Gentlemen:

Thank you very much, I feel am always indebted to whoever advises me.

thank you ( Lord ) .

I will be ordering my next ( toy ) soon , and everytime I buy a firearm I say ( this will be

the last...lol ).



Robert

:facepalm:

chadridge
03-01-2012, 10:00 PM
Hi. I am interested in the PTR91, especially the PTR91 KF and/or KC models. Do you sell either of these models in a California legal configuration? I believe that the KC is the likely model for CA legal, but not sure.

Thanks,
Chad

Atlantic Firearms
03-02-2012, 3:17 AM
Yes we offer the PTR K series of rifles for CA but are sold out and not sure when we will see more .

chadridge
03-02-2012, 4:21 PM
Thanks. Is the PTR91 F and GI the only two CA legal PTR's available? Also, does the current sale on the PTR91F also apply to the CA legal version?

Thanks again,
Chad

Atlantic Firearms
03-03-2012, 4:16 AM
The PTR 91F is listed in the CA LEGAL section and the price is lower because of the sale

chadridge
03-14-2012, 8:58 PM
Can you sell a PTR91-GI in CA legal configuration (bullet button installed), and what would that cost?

Thanks

chadridge
03-14-2012, 9:00 PM
Can you sell a PTR91-GI in CA legal configuration (bullet button installed), and what would that cost?

Thanks

Sorry, I see it now. Please disregard. Thanks