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Old 07-09-2013, 11:26 AM
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Originally Posted by tenpercentfirearms View Post
The CA DOJ DROS computer is not subject to human error. If you try to DROS two handguns in 30 days, it will catch it and it will deny the DROS.
Actually, it is subject to human error. I had a case where the person did two transfers of handguns, at two different places, and even though the other FFL marked the transaction as being exempt from the 1 in 30, the CA DOJ called me saying that he had violated the 1 in 30. Fortunately I knew where he had done the other transfer and knew the FFL, so I called to confirm that it was processed correctly. The funny thing is that I never heard back and the DROS was not cancelled.

But as to doing two handguns within 30 days which are not exempt to the 1 in 30, that, as said, will get caught and the DROS will be cancelled.
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