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Old 01-13-2011, 2:22 PM
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Originally Posted by cannon View Post
In this situation. How could the OP file the new resident form when he/she has maintained a residence in Ca?

Is there another for for Ca. residents to "Self register" firearms?
There is, but it isn't required that you register your handguns if you live here - buying through an FFL gets DROS, and that registers, and new residents are required to register.

The OP is in a situation not actually addressed by PC.

Since the suggestion is guns purchased by an AZ resident and then moved to CA, the NLIP is the closest that makes any sense at all (if you will temporarily suspend disbelief and accept that some California law makes sense).
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