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Dirtlaw 06-07-2018 4:16 AM

'AW' Registrations Per Day Current Rate
 
Based on CRIS numbers the current daily rate of registration is 100K. Also, though based on very limited experience, registering after, say, noon is really slow, but late at night is great.

beanz2 06-07-2018 5:38 AM

Yup, file upload speeds have noticeably dropped compared to April.

Lunch time 12-2 pm is also slow.

Worst part is after you upload your pics, then try to submit. The features, semiautomatic category and joint registrant data are very slow to load. If you click too early, the data goes missing and you get dinged. Gotta let all that data load into the computer before you hit submit.

Syntax Error 06-07-2018 9:49 AM

OP, how do you determine the current CRIS number to determine a rough daily rate?

mshill 06-07-2018 9:55 AM

WTF? At that rate they will have registered 2 million in June alone. That would be 133% of the estimated 1.5 million the DOJ based their estimate on.

I highly doubt they can process even 1,000 a day.

Spyder 06-07-2018 12:00 PM

Gonna have to hire a lot more DOJ agents to seize guns from innocent people trying to do what the government told them they must...

Mayor McRifle 06-07-2018 12:01 PM

I guess a lot of people love those bullet buttons.

Ej6fade 06-07-2018 12:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Mayor McRifle (Post 21735546)
I guess a lot of people love those bullet buttons.

Lots of people are ok with bending over and taking it

Xerxes 06-07-2018 12:27 PM

CRIS number is per CFARS database transaction not AW only transaction.

Think of all of the other transactions that they do.

solidfreshdope 06-07-2018 12:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ej6fade (Post 21735577)
Lots of people are ok with bending over and taking it



I had a cheap (budget) home built AR Pistol I ended up registering. And I registered it because now the CA DOJ removed it from any "grey area" it might have fallen under. When the law was passed, in 2016 I purchased a lower and did a really nice AR15 rifle build specifically to register before I couldn't own a featured rifle any longer. It was actually my first rifle. I'm okay with the registration for the gun as I wouldn't have been able to own it if I waited. Recently I built a featureless AK. I had no long guns owned before 2014 so it didn't make a difference to me.


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Michael777 06-07-2018 1:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ej6fade (Post 21735577)
Lots of people are ok with bending over and taking it

Work sets you free. Now letís head to the showers!

Syntax Error 06-07-2018 3:45 PM

I'm still wondering how OP was able to estimate 100K submissions per day...

MadRiverArms 06-07-2018 5:24 PM

LOL OP just joined this last April, comes on here with an outlandish claim of 100,000 a day...

Not today Mr. DOJ flunkie, not today...

BluNorthern 06-08-2018 4:33 AM

What a bunch of bull!

Whiskey_Tango 06-08-2018 4:51 AM

Registration...
https://thumbs.gfycat.com/DazzlingOr...restricted.gif

Two Nuggets 06-08-2018 5:31 AM

Lmao. I’ll be surprised if 100K get registered in TOTAL.

AGGRO 06-08-2018 6:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Two Nuggets (Post 21738172)
Lmao. Iíll be surprised if 100K get registered in TOTAL.

Hasn't happened in any State and didn't happen in 94. Registration leads to.......

Hoop 06-08-2018 6:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Dirtlaw (Post 21734130)
Based on CRIS numbers the current daily rate of registration is 100K. Also, though based on very limited experience, registering after, say, noon is really slow, but late at night is great.

I'm gonna call BS on that.

They might get a spurt like that on the very last day but I'm willing to bet that less than 20% of people actually register their weapons.

BTW for the DOJ flunkies who no doubt prowl this board I converted mine to featureless, not worth the hassle of mailing in pictures etc

BAJ475 06-08-2018 7:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ej6fade (Post 21735577)
Lots of people are ok with bending over and taking it

Not at all. Just a lot less expensive than converting to featureless or a fixed mag, especially when we will be moving to Idaho as soon as our new home is built.

toiletfighter 06-08-2018 7:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dirtlaw (Post 21734130)
Based on CRIS numbers the current daily rate of registration is 100K. Also, though based on very limited experience, registering after, say, noon is really slow, but late at night is great.

Prove it.

God Bless America 06-08-2018 7:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ej6fade (Post 21735577)
Lots of people are ok with bending over and taking it

Lots of people are too stupid to preserve their options at no prejudice.

Agro 06-08-2018 8:19 AM

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Originally Posted by God Bless America (Post 21738629)
Lots of people are too stupid to preserve their options at no prejudice.

Those folks with semi-auto detachable magazine shotguns have no good option like AR platform. There is no featureless option on those kinds of shotguns and who wants to take a nice semi-auto shotgun and turn it in to non-semi?
1. register
2. convert to non-semiauto by blocking gas port
3. get it out of state

But ya I hear ya.

God Bless America 06-08-2018 8:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Agro (Post 21738717)
Those folks with semi-auto detachable magazine shotguns have no good option like AR platform. There is no featureless option on those kinds of shotguns and who wants to take a nice semi-auto shotgun and turn it in to non-semi?
1. register
2. convert to non-semiauto by blocking gas port
3. get it out of state

But ya I hear ya.

My point for ARs is to register as BBAW, then buy another lower or rifle for featureless. Preserve both options. For ARs, it is not an either/or choice. It's a crappy choice, but preserving both options is smarter than restricting oneself to one option.

Rusty_Shackleferd 06-08-2018 8:54 AM

I don't believe it.

mike415stone 06-08-2018 9:09 AM

You know, I have talked to some shooting buddies and have yet to find anybody who registered, all went featureless or fixed mag.

HUTCH 7.62 06-08-2018 9:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ej6fade (Post 21735577)
Lots of people are ok with bending over and taking it

And getting their door kicked in, by DOJ thugs

Iminocca 06-08-2018 9:25 AM

That's 1.16 AW's every second of every of every day...seems pretty unlikely...1000 registrations...maybe, but even that sounds high.

God Bless America 06-08-2018 9:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HUTCH 7.62 (Post 21738894)
And getting their door kicked in, by DOJ thugs

Nobody here is OK with that or anything else about CA AW laws.

MrBlazito 06-08-2018 10:13 AM

BS. Lock thread please.

qdx450 06-08-2018 10:22 AM

soon to be 100,000 confiscations :nopity:

Guns and guitars 06-08-2018 10:30 AM

Yup, typical California people.

More will bend over and register than would vote or join the NRA.

The politicians aren't the problem here, its a populace that are ignorant to the US constitution and forced fed a doctrine that keeps them cowards.

SmallShark 06-08-2018 10:55 AM

registering = bend over?

i think it is the other way around.

Dirtlaw 06-08-2018 11:01 AM

I apologize
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Syntax Error (Post 21736364)
I'm still wondering how OP was able to estimate 100K submissions per day...

Seriously, I'm not trying to offend anyone and apologize if I have. Just trying to provide information I thought might be useful. The number was based on the CRIS number on day x and the CRIS number on the following day y. Again my apology if anyone was offended or if my understanding of DOJ procedure was in error. (I promise to be more politically correct the next time around). I also apologize if I've misspelled anything or if I've used poor grammar. I won't apologize for being conservative. Sorry. If anyone needs a personal apology please send me a message. Life is short.

BluNorthern 06-08-2018 11:06 AM

I don't know a single person outside this forum who is registering...and only 1 that went featureless.

zhyla 06-08-2018 11:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rusty_Shackleferd (Post 21738841)
I don't believe it.

It does seem high. Itís likly a lot of people waited until the last minute to decide what to do.

Whatís the average wait time these days? Thatís another good indicator. I submitted something a few weeks ago, havenít gotten anything back yet. And yes I bent over but it only takes about 15 minutes :)

leadchucker 06-08-2018 11:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Xerxes (Post 21735626)
CRIS number is per CFARS database transaction not AW only transaction.

Think of all of the other transactions that they do.

BTTT

HELLO, EVERYBODY! DID ANYONE READ THIS POST?!

EVEN SO, 100,000 per day for all registrations in CA sounds pretty unlikely too.

WWDHD? 06-08-2018 11:26 AM

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Originally Posted by mike415stone (Post 21738888)
You know, I have talked to some shooting buddies and have yet to find anybody who registered, all went featureless or fixed mag.

I know one person who registered, 2 or 3 that went featureless (like me) or fixed mag & the rest have no idea what's even going on.

Ej6fade 06-08-2018 1:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SmallShark (Post 21739322)
registering = bend over?

i think it is the other way around.

https://78.media.tumblr.com/fc775d34...lo5_r1_400.gif

I can't grasp how registering your gun isn't bending over, doing what your CA masters want

Uxi 06-08-2018 1:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MadRiverArms (Post 21736688)
LOL OP just joined this last April, comes on here with an outlandish claim of 100,000 a day...

Not today Mr. DOJ flunkie, not today...

LOL. Got 'em!

Sousuke 06-08-2018 1:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ej6fade (Post 21739796)
https://78.media.tumblr.com/fc775d34...lo5_r1_400.gif

I can't grasp how registering your gun isn't bending over, doing what your CA masters want

In one degree or another you could say every option apart from running a standard mag release unregistered is "doing what your CA master's want"

Uxi 06-08-2018 1:57 PM

Featureless look dorky but ultimately the best option barring a resounding SCOTUS victory (or Article V slam dunk).


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