GUN maybe theres hope for CA yet v.high cap mags

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  1. Paul Revere

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    over on calguns.net, there was a 35+ page thread discussing high capacity magazines (or to all you fuckers who live in free states "standard cap").

    the law reads:
    note, this does not mention anything about possession of a high cap magazine.

    later found in the thread was a list of excptions given, one of them was that an 01 FFL holder could legally import magazines from out of state for sale in CA!

    i suppose all the legal mumbo-jumbo is being worked out, but much like the OLL's we might see some light with this issue.

    thread in question: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=48794

    cliffs: fuck you read it :fawk:
     
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    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    Don't worry your state rep's will fix the problem quickly and the terminator will sign a new bill into law.
     
  4. Grouch

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    threads on this forum are always so long.
     
  5. Paul Revere

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    notrly
     
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    qft, the spirit of the law is clear and I don't see any reason why it would be hard to pass it a 2nd time there.
     
  7. Paul Revere

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    i forget what page it was mentioned in the thread but someone in the CA legal system is tired of all the firearm laws that are being passed and hes quoted as saying he wont sign for anymore.

    something like that :dunno: i was skimming the thread while working :o
     
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    Maybe it was just one representative :big grin: You got the .50 ban just a year or two ago so I sure wouldn't bank on it being gun friendly.
     
  9. Paul Revere

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    .50bmg is over rated. .510 DTC ftw
     
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    :werd: and since violance hasn't decreased since the original ban its time to make it a little more stricter, after all theirs no reason anyone needs a mag with a capacity more then 5 rounds.
     
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    :mad: i hate this state. oregon is looking better and better :o

    my GF asked me the other day what i thought about doing with my life after college. i said i considered moving out of CA to (most likely) a class III state. she wasnt opposed to the idea :dunno: :hs:
     
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    Hope for California? How about a coup d'etat
     
  13. Grouch

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    I haven't finished reading the thread. Only at page 4. But at this point it seems like little more than people trying to find a way to avoid legal problems after importing parts or complete mags, without explicitly saying it.
     
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    California > Texas

    Texas laws > California laws

    :o
     
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    Oregon is where I'm looking to go after I graduate. :o
     
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    Class III states ftw :big grin:

    Now if only I had some money to exercise that right :wtc:
     
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    :wtc: I know.
     
  18. Grouch

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    As of page 8. this is the idea floating around

     
  19. Grouch

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    And apparently buying hi-cap mags in CA is not illegal. So the buyer is protected. The seller is boned though.
     
  20. Grouch

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    On page 12 this guy just about kills the armored car thing

     
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    idleprocess Bring a dollar with you baby in the cold cold grou

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    In terms of cost of living, that is definitely true.
     
  22. Grouch

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    God there are a lot of retards on that forum.
     
  23. Grouch

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    this tenpercentfirearms guy seems to be saying he's willing to see hicap mags soon. as of page 25 at least

    thought it's been a month since that and his site has not changed.
     
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  24. Grouch

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    now i want to build an ar though.
     
  25. Paul Revere

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    :bowdown: do it.

    10% said he would exhaust all legal possibilities and if it looks ok, he would go ahead with sales. the thing is, sure there MIGHT be a loophole, but i would NOT want to be the test case that a judge/jury rules against.
     

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