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Question on CA .50 BMG registration

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Drjones, Sep 17, 2004.

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  1. Drjones

    Drjones member

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    I'm going to buy a .50 BMG of some sort before the end of the year to beat the new ban.

    Obviously, all guns are registered by default in CA.


    Question: Will I be expected to fill out a separate, specific "registration" form for my .50 BMG?


    If so, they are going to get back the form NOT filled out and riddled with a few .50 BMG holes.

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  2. Librarian

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    Yes, just like every other California 'assault weapon'. Registration due before 30 April, 2006.
     
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    Only handguns are registered upon purchase. If you buy a long gun now that is banned in the future, they shouldn't have any way of knowing that you bought it.
     
  4. Drjones

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    So there is a separate, specific registration form for .50 BMGs???



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    There will be a separate form, or they might reuse the SB23 registration form. Name, address, firearm information, thumbprint.
     
  6. Drjones

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    Do .50 BMG "thumbprints" (bullet holes) count?

    They had better, because that is all they are getting from this .50 owner!!!!!


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