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2003 CA handgun laws

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 45R, Jan 2, 2003.

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  1. 45R

    45R Member

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    Has anyone taken the test yet or read the book for CA yet?

    Is it a similar format the the BFSC?

    Any insight would be welcome.


    TIA

    45R
     
  2. Plan-B

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    The HSC book itself is nearly identical to the BFSC book. Haven't taken the actual test yet, but I'd imagine it to be at least similar.
     
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    Go Figure .....:banghead:
     
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    It's not the new card or test that really concerns me. It's the other hurdles that have been placed in front of CA gun buyers. The "show me how to safely handle this gun" demonstration, the "prove to me you actually live in this state" documentation, and the "stick your thumb on this ink pad and then on this paper" routine are all about trying to frustrate new buyers into just saying "screw it" and not buying. So now I have to buy twice as many guns to make up for new buyers who will give up. I guess I'll just have to deal with it.
     
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    I have copies of all three version of the tests. They are better than the BFSC tests IMHO. Straight forward and not difficult.

    Just a standard government test.
     
  6. Standing Wolf

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    How long will it be before the People's Republic of California adds a so-called "psychological fitness test" to the barriers it's erecting between commoners and the exercise of the Second Amendment?

    Three years?

    Five?

    I predict the nickel a round tax will reappear in the P.R.C. legislature well before the end of this year—and this year, Red Davis doesn't have to be the least bit afraid of voters' reactions if he signs such a law.
     
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