There is no point in going through a FFL if it is an in-state intrafamiliar transfer.
I would suggest talking to the FFLs and see if they are willing to call the CA DOJ. The DOJ will tell them to use the SB15 exemption on the DROS system, which would be the same exact way if the firearm was shipped to them, either from in or out of state.
Proof that it is a intrafamilial transfer is always a good idea.
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Last edited by kemasa; 01-09-2013 at 10:47 AM..