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Old 04-28-2012, 4:51 PM
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Here is my take on the effect of this law on the DROS process:

1. No more early long gun DROS. Now you have to wait until the gun arrives at the dealer to start paperwork (internet purchases)

2. One gun per DROS?? With associated DROS fee. (makes sense as this is how handguns are DROS'd) More $$ for the state and very expensive to purchase multiple firearms at one time.

3. DROS software is currently not able to operate under the new law. It will have to be re-designed. (bet the DOJ has a crack team working on this one right now).

Overall, a big downer to the industry as paperwork increases and fees generated to the state increase substantially.

Not looking forward to the implementation AT ALL!!

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