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Noob questions (one CA related)

Discussion in 'Legal' started by brekneb, Apr 28, 2008.

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  1. brekneb

    brekneb Member

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    1. Gun values: When do they increase? Annually?

    2 . Kal question: I know the limit is one hand gun per month but does this apply
    to long guns as well?
    (For instance; Could one living in CA buy a handgun with a long gun
    simultaneously?)--Or simply multiple long guns at once?

    3. So, in less restricting states what is the limit on the number of hand
    guns/long guns you can purchase at one time?

    Thanks for dealing with my (very) noobie questions.

    P.S. I'm not sure whether this is the correct area to post this under.
     
  2. Librarian

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    1. no
    2. yes
    3. yes

    PC 12072(c)(6)
     
  3. Elza

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    In Texas, the only limit is the amount of money you have to spend and we have no waiting period. No NICS check if you have a CHL as the background check for it is more stringent than NICS.
     
  4. brekneb

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    Eck, I realize how jumbled my post/wording is now.
     
  5. brekneb

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    :what: Yes I need to move. Eh, but then that seems like the wrong thing to do as far as RKBA is concerned.
     
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  6. Dope

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    Hell, even in MA you can buy however many you want with no waiting period.

    Of course, you can only buy "approved" handguns though. Which basically limits you to most of the major manufacturers.

    Dope
     
  7. ArmedBear

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    I thought that in MA you can't buy handguns at all without a permit. Is that not true?

    WRT 1 handgun a month, be advised, this can be a very expensive law to abide by.:)
     
  8. Trebor

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    For gun values, some guns increase in value, some don't. It depends on supply, demand, collectibility, scarcity, etc.

    Now, gun *prices* at the retail level tend to rise with inflation. That doesnn't mean the *value* of the guns you already own has gone up though.
     
  9. brekneb

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    Thanks again everyone. My questions have been answered.
     
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