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Matt640h
03-26-2013, 5:29 PM
Hello C&R bretheren,
Is it legal for a NON C&R license holder in CA to ship a C&R long gun to a C&R license holder in another state?

Muchas Gracias

flak88mm
03-26-2013, 5:46 PM
No its not legal.

paul0660
03-26-2013, 5:50 PM
Sure it is. That is the friggin POINT of the federal license.

microwaveguy
03-26-2013, 5:58 PM
An FFL03 holder can receive a rifle over 50 year old from anyone.

paul0660
03-26-2013, 6:00 PM
An FFL03 holder can receive a rifle over 50 year old from anyone.

And, in many other states, many handguns and longguns NOT 50 or more years old can be received as well, if they are C&R.

TRICKSTER
03-26-2013, 6:43 PM
No its not legal.

:fud: Are you intentionally posting false information?

It is perfectly legal to ship a C&R long gun to a out of state C&R 03FFL. That is one of the purposes of having the license. In many states, it is also legal for a C&R FFL to receive C&R handguns from out of state. The firearms do not need to be 50 years old, all they have to be is classified as a Curio or Relic. That means 50 years old or on the ATF C&R list. It all depends on the laws of the state or area that the C&R 03FFL lives in, but there are very few that have restrictions.

Mssr. Eleganté
03-26-2013, 7:03 PM
Hello C&R bretheren,
Is it legal for a NON C&R license holder in CA to ship a C&R long gun to a C&R license holder in another state?

Muchas Gracias

According to California and Federal law you can ship C&R handguns and C&R long guns of any age to a C&R FFL whose licensed premises is outside of California. And most other States allow C&R FFLs in their State to receive such shipments. An out of state C&R FFL can even come to California and acquire C&R handguns and C&R long guns of any age from FFLs and non-FFLs, cash and carry, no DROS, no waiting period.