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Old 11-23-2014, 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by bohoki View Post
ok so i saw this

so me and pal from california are in nevada

i give him my gun since he is a resident of my state its ok?

now he has gun but part one says he cannot bring it back to california so he stores it at public storage and i suppose california is the only state that gun is not allowed to visit ever again?


how can california have such long arms to claim juristiction on what a resident of california can do out of the state
No, not OK - CA requires CA residents to use a CA FFL for transfers - that's why CA residents are barred from out of state transfers at an out of state FFL.

NV laws on gun transfers apply to NV residents. Two CA carpet-baggers don't qualify.

Discussion of how that might be detected is off-topic.
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