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Old 02-08-2013, 1:35 AM
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How do I check what guns are registered to me? is there an online place where i can type in my driver's license and see? or type in the serial numbers?

how does it work?

thanks,
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Old 02-08-2013, 2:50 AM
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Hello there,

How do I check what guns are registered to me? is there an online place where i can type in my driver's license and see? or type in the serial numbers?

how does it work?

thanks,
Download, print, complete, notarize and mail in an Automated Firearms System (AFS) Request for Firearm Records form to CA DOJ BOF.

Then wait 2-30 weeks for CA DOJ BOF to mail you back a list of what they have registered to you.
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Old 02-08-2013, 3:02 PM
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2-30 weeks? LOL
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2-3 weeks he meant.
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Old 02-08-2013, 3:14 PM
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2-3 weeks he meant.
Nope.
Due to budgetary issues, it can take up to 2-30 weeks (1-6 months).

Average response it in the 6-8 week (2 month) range.
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How much do notaries charge nowadays? When I was buying my house, it cost me $20/signature. (What a complete rip off!)
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Old 02-08-2013, 3:18 PM
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Hello there,

How do I check what guns are registered to me? is there an online place where i can type in my driver's license and see? or type in the serial numbers?

how does it work?

thanks,
Wow that would be great, get someones DL number, find out what guns they have, where they live, and have an inventory list waiting for you to check off while you steal them.
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Ask if your bank has a notary. Many of the larger institutions do. I know my
bofa does.
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Old 02-09-2013, 9:48 AM
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Wow that would be great, get someones DL number, find out what guns they have, where they live, and have an inventory list waiting for you to check off while you steal them.
Not really, It says there on the form that it needs to be notarize and then mailed with photocopy of DL.
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How much do notaries charge nowadays? When I was buying my house, it cost me $20/signature. (What a complete rip off!)
Yeah, getting someone to drive out to your house, certify that you presented a proper form of identification and witness your signature, notarize it with an official seal, log it into his notary record and maintain those records for the next ten years as a public service... $20 is a ripoff? You could've gone down to the bank you financed with and had it notarized for free, but then you'd have been doing that on your time and burning up your gas.
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I got my forms for the CMP notarized at the local UPS Store. I'm pretty sure it was $10 (that was about the middle of 2012.
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