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Infidel 1776
01-05-2013, 1:23 PM
Looking to buy one. I've never bought a C&R firearm before anyone wanna walk me through the difference between buying a C&R rifle and handgun? same 4473 form? wait process? whats this I keep reading about a bound book?

thank you

Justin Case
01-05-2013, 1:29 PM
In California all handgun sales must go through a FFL 01. No special treatment (except that they are exempt from the Roster): DROS; 10 day wait.

The "bound book" is what FFL 03 Dealers are required to keep for their C&R transactions.

boltmopar
01-05-2013, 5:38 PM
So the c&r handgun has to be dros to you? The COE just bypasses the 10 wait right?

sdfire
01-05-2013, 5:46 PM
I was also wondering if a type 01FFL was needed is FTF transaction in state between Type 03FFL holders.

watt79
01-05-2013, 5:56 PM
With a C&R you can also bring back a C&R handgun from out of state and register it within 5 days. Think it costs $19 or so. I'm not sure if your still required to have a HSC. Inside the state, its the same as buying any other handgun.

watt79
01-05-2013, 5:56 PM
Double post

emcon5
01-05-2013, 7:53 PM
I was also wondering if a type 01FFL was needed is FTF transaction in state between Type 03FFL holders.

It is for a handgun.

Quiet
01-06-2013, 7:12 AM
So the c&r handgun has to be dros to you? The COE just bypasses the 10 wait right?

Correct.

When acquiring through a CA FFL dealer, the C&R firearm is DROS'd.
If you have a C&R FFL & a COE, then you are exempt from the 10 day wait on C&R firearms.

Quiet
01-06-2013, 7:15 AM
I was also wondering if a type 01FFL was needed is FTF transaction in state between Type 03FFL holders.

All handguns must be transferred through a CA FFL dealer.

Exception, a C&R FFL goes to another state and acquires a C&R handgun in that state.
But, within 5 days of returning to CA, the C&R FFL must report the acquistions to CA DOJ BOF.