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Old 03-27-2014, 7:46 AM
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I've read some of the posts on this topic so hopefully I can explain what I think I need to do and get a yes or no response and not take up a lot of member's time on something that has been discussed before.

I recently moved to So Cal from Washington State. While living in Wa St, I built an AR pistol using a new lower that I purchased. When I bought it, the LGS registered it as a pistol because I told them that is what I intended to build. The pistol now has a bullet button and I use 10 round mags. The lower is not stamped pistol.

Given how it was originally registered as a pistol, I believe that all I need to do is fill out and submit a new resident gun registration form to have it registered here in California and then I should be good to go.

Is this accurate or did I miss something and need to do other stuff to own it legally? Thanks in advance for your input.
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Old 03-27-2014, 12:25 PM
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If it was a pistol and in CA compliant form when you imported it to the state I'd just register it. You might want to get a letter from Washington showing that it was indeed registered to you as a pistol just incase CA DOJ questions you but chances are they will not.

And this should be in the 2nd Amendment forum.
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Old 03-27-2014, 12:47 PM
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Ok thanks. One day I will master the science of proper forum selection
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