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Old 08-19-2019, 10:58 AM
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We have decided to move our machine shop (that makes AR-15 small parts) and relocate to Tennessee in about 6 months from now.. What do we do with all the Registered Assault Weapons we have ?.. The AR-15's I dont have a problem with just buying new lower receivers but we also have 7 or 8 AR308's of different manufacture (which I dont think I'm going to be able to buy lowers) & at least one AK .. Probably 20 firearms in all
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Old 08-19-2019, 5:52 PM
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Old 08-23-2019, 7:07 AM
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We have decided to move our machine shop (that makes AR-15 small parts) and relocate to Tennessee in about 6 months from now.. What do we do with all the Registered Assault Weapons we have ?.. The AR-15's I dont have a problem with just buying new lower receivers but we also have 7 or 8 AR308's of different manufacture (which I dont think I'm going to be able to buy lowers) & at least one AK .. Probably 20 firearms in all
Why are you even asking? They will be nothing more than modern sporting rifles once you cross the CA boarder into OR, NV or AZ. The only problem I foresee is if they are BBRAWs and you removed the BBs and then tried to bring them back into CA.
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Old 08-23-2019, 7:44 AM
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Take them with you and donít look back. If you do you will become a pillar of salt.
LMAO!
Got a good belly laugh on that one.
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Old 08-23-2019, 3:15 PM
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Lock them up as required for legal transport; as you cross the river, start unlocking the containers, and prepare to load.
You could also pull over to a quiet spot and begin to restore your stolen freedoms by removing all the Kalifornia buffoonery you may have previously installed. And when you fart after that burrito lunch, think of the DOJ.
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When you go stop and take a picture of the "Welcome to Arizona" sign. Send that picture with a note (your choice of wording) to BOF marked "confidential", and make sure it is postage due.
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Old 08-25-2019, 3:07 PM
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When you go stop and take a picture of the "Welcome to Arizona" sign. Send that picture with a note (your choice of wording) to BOF marked "confidential", and make sure it is postage due.
Also please "cc" it to Gov. Gavin. With a short note regarding your business joining the exodus out of CrapOfornia.
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Old 08-25-2019, 9:10 PM
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When you go stop and take a picture of the "Welcome to Arizona" sign. Send that picture with a note (your choice of wording) to BOF marked "confidential", and make sure it is postage due.
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Also please "cc" it to Gov. Gavin. With a short note regarding your business joining the exodus out of CrapOfornia.
Short stop at Cabelaís or any other suitable purveyor of standard cap mags. Buy many, include photo.
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We have decided to move our machine shop (that makes AR-15 small parts) and relocate to Tennessee in about 6 months from now.. What do we do with all the Registered Assault Weapons we have ?.. The AR-15's I dont have a problem with just buying new lower receivers but we also have 7 or 8 AR308's of different manufacture (which I dont think I'm going to be able to buy lowers) & at least one AK .. Probably 20 firearms in all
California laws donít impact residents of Tennessee.
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California laws donít impact residents of Tennessee.
Or Idaho So where to I send my bullet buttons?
How about this sign?
https://www.gunandgame.com/attachmen...6_n-jpg.72194/
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I guess you have to deal with the fact that you've just turned your assault weapons into modern sporting rifles.
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Congrats dude.

I imagine this is how it must've felt for people behind the Berlin Wall to see their compatriots make it outside the wall.
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Also please "cc" it to Gov. Gavin. With a short note regarding your business joining the exodus out of CrapOfornia.
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Congrats dude.

I imagine this is how it must've felt for people behind the Berlin Wall to see their compatriots make it outside the wall.
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Just bought land in Utah building a new home for all my modern sporting rifles and standard capacity pistols..adios california ..only a matter of time before "Give it away" Gavin gives california back to the mexicans and trump builds a wall around california to keep them all there buwahahahaha !!!!!
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If things work out, I will be heading to Salt Lake City, Utah soon. All I can say its just not soon enough. While SLC has issues, its not so bad compared to California. Overall the trend isnt looking great in the long run for this country.
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Old 09-06-2019, 5:02 PM
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We have decided to move our machine shop (that makes AR-15 small parts) and relocate to Tennessee in about 6 months from now.. What do we do with all the Registered Assault Weapons we have ?.. The AR-15's I dont have a problem with just buying new lower receivers but we also have 7 or 8 AR308's of different manufacture (which I dont think I'm going to be able to buy lowers) & at least one AK .. Probably 20 firearms in all
Be sure to close down any and all business licenses you have. Be sure to inform the county that your business ceased to operate in California, else they will bill taxes including Business and Property Tax.
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Old 09-06-2019, 5:07 PM
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California laws donít impact residents of Tennessee.
Sadly that might not be the case. California tax man has a tendency to seek out former California residence and squeeze out more state taxes.

https://www.hgexperts.com/expert-wit...cy-audits-5410


A former California resident received a jury award of more than $388 million after suing California's Franchise Tax Board (FTB) for its conduct in auditing him.

A former California resident received a jury award of more than $388 million after suing California's Franchise Tax Board (FTB) for its conduct in auditing him. After a 15-week trial, a Nevada jury returned a unanimous liability and compensatory damage verdict, including $85 million for emotional distress, $52 million for invasion of privacy, $1.1 million in attorney fees, plus prejudgment interest required by Nevada law. The jury then found that the FTB acted with oppression, fraud, or malice, and assessed $250 million of punitive damages.
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Get new drivers license and plates ...

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Sadly that might not be the case. California tax man has a tendency to seek out former California residence and squeeze out more state taxes.

https://www.hgexperts.com/expert-wit...cy-audits-5410


A former California resident received a jury award of more than $388 million after suing California's Franchise Tax Board (FTB) for its conduct in auditing him.

A former California resident received a jury award of more than $388 million after suing California's Franchise Tax Board (FTB) for its conduct in auditing him. After a 15-week trial, a Nevada jury returned a unanimous liability and compensatory damage verdict, including $85 million for emotional distress, $52 million for invasion of privacy, $1.1 million in attorney fees, plus prejudgment interest required by Nevada law. The jury then found that the FTB acted with oppression, fraud, or malice, and assessed $250 million of punitive damages.
AWESOME! CA FTB is definitely the source of emotional distress and oppression for countless Californians. Send copies to Satanists Newscum and Pelosi.
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Old 09-16-2019, 3:47 PM
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Congrats to the person suing them. I hope, just hope, that he somehow manages to make this miserable state pay the actual amount.

Be awesome if there were a way to prevent the state from forcing the taxpayers from paying for it...like making the franchise tax board pay for it out of their budget.

And that the state were enjoined from raising taxes to pay for it.

I would love to see him actually seize state property within the minimum time frame if the state doesn't pay up.
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