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9mmrevolver
09-12-2013, 7:37 PM
Lets say A and B are married. B has 3 kids not from A. B has 3 receivers she wants to give the 3 kids. She can do this without paper work up until December 31 2013. Or later if by some miricle the laws get vetoed. She can do this no matter what the age.

Went registration happens would she then register them in her name as well as the kids? Or just register them in their names? Keep in mind all ages are under 18. Would A be able to register his guns in both A and B names? I'm assuming A cant have A's kids registered with his guns because they are not blood.

prometa
09-13-2013, 1:12 AM
Are we talking long gun registration or assault weapon registration? Minors cannot be on assault weapon registrations, even with a co-registrant. Your kids will never inherit or own your RAWs

In your scenario, registration would not be required, because a lower alone is not a centerfire rifle.

e90bmw
09-13-2013, 4:45 PM
If you want your kids in Ca to have your guns and they will be under 18 at the time the registration expires, forget it. They would need to be out of state.

Make sure you never need to register them. If you register them, the upper description and the unique identifiers of the gun also need to be on the paperwork.

When they come, a stripped receiver with the SN won't be enough.

9mmrevolver
09-13-2013, 7:51 PM
Why can't they be raw. If u gift someone a gun and there is a raw registration then you would think they would be able to register it

BranNutz
09-16-2013, 2:20 PM
Why can't they be raw. If u gift someone a gun and there is a raw registration then you would think they would be able to register it

They can if they are 18, the RAW registration must happen by a set date.

After that no transfers ever, and no new RAW registrations because transfers and sales are banned.

the86d
09-16-2013, 2:37 PM
If you already gave your children a centerfire rifle that has a detachable magazine, they cannot legally comply with proposed legislation for their legally owned rifle, period... so don't try. You would be circumventing the law if you took it back, and THAT is called a "common-sense" "loophole" in their plans. ;)

Lifeon2whls
09-16-2013, 4:06 PM
Register the guns and plan to move out of the state. Once you leave the laws of this stupid state end at the state line and you can do whatever is allowed in the new state you have moved to.