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Old 03-15-2017, 4:06 PM
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Default ppt off roster no longer allowed what is all this im hearing

Are shops / private parties still allowed to transfer off roster guns? regardless of weather they are leo or exempt or not?

I'm starting to hear a lot of things about it no longer being legal unless both parties are roster exempt? where is all this coming from?
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Are shops / private parties still allowed to transfer off roster guns? regardless of weather they are leo or exempt or not?

I'm starting to hear a lot of things about it no longer being legal unless both parties are roster exempt? where is all this coming from?
Law that went into effect this year created a new group of LE exempt from the Roster.

Only that group is restricted from transferring handguns, acquired using that LE exemption, to others who have the LE exemption.

The general bunch of LE - sheriff's deputies, PD, etc are not affected, and guns acquired other than with the LE exemption are not affected.

See this thread in the LEO forum - http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s....php?t=1143530
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