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Old 11-16-2012, 3:38 PM
lavey29 lavey29 is offline
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Most of this info is accurate. You need a letter from your agency. Some agencies give them out others do not. I also know that you get another letter from DOJ/ATF that indicates once you retire or leave LE that you can no longer possess your assault weapon in Cali and must surrender it. Co-worker has a friend from a small agency that received such letter recently after his purchase. Maybe it is a new practice they are using even though "technically" as indicated it is not current law.
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