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Old 01-24-2023, 2:44 PM
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My girlfriends father, in Arizona, want's to gift/transfer his Sig P320 .380 to her.

Is this something that can legally happen?
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Sig dose not make a P320 in .380acp
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Sig dose not make a P320 in .380acp
My apologies. It's a P365 in .380.
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Yes must go thru ffl here. She needs real id and fsc. Interstate intrafamilial transfer,
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My girlfriends father, in Arizona, want's to gift/transfer his Sig P320 .380 to her.

Is this something that can legally happen?
The firearm must be CA legal and cannot include any large capacity magazines.

1. The CA daughter (your girlfriend) must find a CA FFL dealer that knows about and willing to conduct an out-of-state intra-familial gift transfer.
2. The AZ father (your girlfriend's father) then ships the CA legal firearm with a copy of his valid AZ DL/ID and a gift letter to that CA FFL dealer.
3. That CA FFL dealer then transfers (4473, DROS, 10 day wait) the firearm to the CA daughter.


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... want's to gift/transfer his Sig P320 .380 to her.
Sig dose not make a P320 in .380acp
From 1977-1996, SIG made the P230 in .380ACP.
It was discontinued in 1996 and replaced by the P232, which was discontinued in 2015.
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From 1977-1996, SIG made the P230 in .380ACP.
It was discontinued in 1996 and replaced by the P232, which was discontinued in 2015.
Correct but op asked about a P320 in 380acp.

OP need to know what it is or is not
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The firearm must be CA legal and cannot include any large capacity magazines.
By that you meant not an assault weapon or otherwise illegal? You didn't mean it had to be on the roster, right?
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By that you meant not an assault weapon or otherwise illegal? You didn't mean it had to be on the roster, right?
An intrafamilial transfer is exempt from the Roster.

'on Roster' and 'legal in California' are different concepts.
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An intrafamilial transfer is exempt from the Roster.

'on Roster' and 'legal in California' are different concepts.
That was why I posed the question. I generally tell people who want to buy an off roaster handgun that the firearm is not legal in CA. That isn't really true, and maybe its lazy on my part.

I wasn't sure the distinction between "off roster" and "illegal" was apparent to everyone.
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OP, the "intent" of your question -- is yes. Any local FFL to your girlfriend could easily help here; each may have different fee structures
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Thank you to all who have helped. I also found the IntRAfamiliar tranfer sticky (Late but i found it lol).
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Watch out for hi cap mags. Need to send CA-legal mags, have them blocked in AZ, or find an FFL with a hi cap permit who will block them for you.
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