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Old 05-11-2013, 3:56 PM
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What happens with the Glock Gen 3s at their expiration date on the DOJ approved list?
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Old 05-11-2013, 4:01 PM
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If Glock is on the job, they will renew before the expiration.
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Old 05-11-2013, 4:01 PM
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What happens with the Glock Gen 3s at their expiration date on the DOJ approved list?
If glock doesn't pay the yearly bribe, they will fall of the list and unable to be transfered through dealers (PPTs and cosignments still allowed). Most likely, Glock will send CADOJ the $$$ and have them listed for another year. As long as Glock is making Gen3s, they will spend the small amount of money to keep access to 12% of the gun-buying population.
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Old 05-11-2013, 8:49 PM
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if they fail then the price of glocks just went up in this state when sse is illegal next year.
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Old 05-12-2013, 9:35 AM
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if they fail then the price of glocks just went up in this state when sse is illegal next year.
If AB 169 passes, it also prohibits the PPT of non-rostered handguns between non-exempted parties, so you wouldn't even be able to transfer a 3rd gen Glock. (In other words, it's more likely they'll become completely "priceless" since you can't sell/transfer them at all.)

As for the currently rostered gen 3 Glocks, who knows? They're having problems right now because the US made models are not rostered. The only ones coming in are the 3rd gen Austrian made models.

If AB 169 does pass, I hope that the sheer ridiculousness of the bill gives the CGF a strong enough argument to have the silly handgun roster completely eliminated in CA. I don't believe any of the other 49 states have a "safe handgun roster" and it doesn't seem like they have higher amounts of accidental gun related incidents than CA.
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If AB 169 passes, it also prohibits the PPT of non-rostered handguns between non-exempted parties, so you wouldn't even be able to transfer a 3rd gen Glock. (In other words, it's more likely they'll become completely "priceless" since you can't sell/transfer them at all.)

As for the currently rostered gen 3 Glocks, who knows? They're having problems right now because the US made models are not rostered. The only ones coming in are the 3rd gen Austrian made models.

If AB 169 does pass, I hope that the sheer ridiculousness of the bill gives the CGF a strong enough argument to have the silly handgun roster completely eliminated in CA. I don't believe any of the other 49 states have a "safe handgun roster" and it doesn't seem like they have higher amounts of accidental gun related incidents than CA.
I didn't know ab169 would exempt ppt of non-roster guns, that's scary.
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A bit off topic, but I just don't get the meaning of the expiration date on the model handguns that have been deemed safe.


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A bit off topic, but I just don't get the meaning of the expiration date on the model handguns that have been deemed safe.


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You're try to use commonsense with CA laws, mistake.

I still don't know what a safe handgun is. I would assume it would have no firing pin or barrel though. If you can't fire it, safe. Take off the trigger too, to be be safe.
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You're try to use commonsense with CA laws, mistake.

I still don't know what a safe handgun is. I would assume it would have no firing pin or barrel though. If you can't fire it, safe. Take off the trigger too, to be be safe.
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A bit off topic, but I just don't get the meaning of the expiration date on the model handguns that have been deemed safe.


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It has to do with $$. They just want you to think it's about safety.
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I thought it was for pistols not found to be "unsafe" or something ridiculous. Heaven forbid you call a gun "safe".
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I didn't know ab169 would exempt ppt of non-roster guns, that's scary.
Yep. Mostly ridiculous laws written by legislators who have no idea what they're talking about. I'd classify those legislators under 2 categories:

1) I know dick about guns and I'm just randomly writing legislation to make a name for myself. If, by some unfathomable miracle, my nonsense law actually works in any way, shape, or form, I'll be heralded a public hero that championed the safety and welfare of the populace. If it doesn't work, I can still say I wrote a stricter law than New York and that the law requires another 100 years before showing some real results.

2) I'm creating gun laws with ambiguous language because my goal is to eventually outlaw all guns, thus increasing the separation of classes and restoring the natural balance to a state of nobility and slaves.
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Yes, they're 'not unsafe'.

See the wiki -- http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/The_Safe_Handgun_List
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