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Old 02-23-2013, 4:03 PM
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My son, who is a resident of Conn, will be moving home soon.
He has acquired a few very nice pistols that are not on the CalDOJ Roster.
What is the protocol for bringing his guns home??
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Old 02-23-2013, 4:29 PM
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Maybe the below can help. I had this question once and the community was helpful with their responses. I think once you find out that the guns are not banned, your son can bring them to CA and then complete a form and pay $19 to register the handguns. Can't find the link to the form tho...

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Just to clarify, what is the difference between "legal guns" in CA and guns on the roster? Seems like if one is a resident of a state and bought a legal gun there, then moved to CA to be a resident, the gun can be brought in and registered as long as it is a "legal" gun? How does one know which ones are legal and which ones are not?

http://www.calguns.net/caawid/hgflowchart.pdf

Check the flow chart. If it's not listed by name or characteristics it is legal. Keep in mind you still can't bring in magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds.
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Old 02-23-2013, 4:39 PM
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Can he ship them home using an overnight carrier like Fedex
and register them once he arrives?
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Old 02-23-2013, 5:33 PM
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i believe if he ships them you have to ship it to a local FFL with SSE if
it's off list. If he brings them, he has to register them here. I'm sure other will
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Old 02-23-2013, 5:40 PM
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He can ship them but not sure why he would want to spend that kind of money.

He'll be looking at $60-80 per handgun.

Why doesn't he want to just bring them with him?
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Old 02-23-2013, 5:58 PM
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Can he ship them home using an overnight carrier like Fedex
and register them once he arrives?
Thanks.
As others have mentioned, he can bring the guns on the plane with him, or carry them in the trunk of his car if he's driving out to CA. The form to fill out is a BOF 4010A, New Residen Handgun Ownership Report, and he can't really fill out and send in this form until after he's arrived in CA. One of the boxes in the form asks for the California driver's license or ID number. I know someone has link to the BOF website with this form, but I'm too lazy to look it up.

A more important matter is what guns are your son bringing to CA? Does he have any guns not on the CA approved list that has sat in his gun safe, unused and unloved, and willing to sell by PPT once he's arrived? Really, we want to know.
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Hopefully he has 1911 frames that he wants to sell me.

Shipping does not require the use of a FFL in either state but like others have said it would be expensive. I would just bring them with him on the plane or in the car/truck. I believe that the form must be sent in within 60 days of moving into the state so he will have a little time to get everything sorted out with ID and all that.
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See also http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/Mo..._with_firearms
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