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Who in ********** stores their EBR's out of state?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by tex_n_cal, Dec 18, 2004.

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  1. tex_n_cal

    tex_n_cal Member

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    There is a chance that I might change jobs and (gasp) return to the PRK. That begs the question what to do with my two EBR's, particularly the AR-10A4 carbine which is a hell of a good rifle. My AR15A4 is okay, but I suspect I'll just sell it.

    I think I know the legalities pretty well, and will obey the law. I recall from my days there that some clubs in Nevada were offering secure firearms storage for folks in California. I'm debating whether to look into that approach, or just legally transfer the guns to out-of-state relatives instead.

    Anyone able to recommend good clubs that store such guns, or have warnings about bad ones? Thanks!
     
  2. QuarterBoreGunner

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    Never ever was even a consideration. What’s the point? If I can’t access my possessions (whatever they are) then why own them? I’d rather become a passive law-breaker and keep them where I can use then when ever I need to. I look at this as an extension of the classic line “I’d rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.†Okay a little corny. But if it came down to storing my EBRs out of state or selling them… I’d sell.

    And buy a totally cool Alienware gaming system... and a new car. And a new stereo. And more guns.
     
  3. Valkman

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    I think Front Sight has gun storage - IIRC they've mentioned it in their literature.

    If the guns are real nice well heck, I'll keep 'em for you. :D

    Edit: Voodoo kicks Alienware butt! I use a recently-bought $3500 Voodoo PC.
     
  4. Combat-wombat

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    Just build your own freakin' computer. That's better than Alienware and Voodoo combined!


    Where were now? Oh, yeah, guns...

    How are you supposed to fight off mutant zombies without an EBR?
     
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    OK, I had closed this thread so as not to cause any alarm bells to ring about potentially illegal out-of-state purchases, storage, etc. of EBR's. However, it's been pointed out to me that since nothing illegal has yet been discussed, I was being rather premature about the whole thing. Apologies to all concerned, and I'm re-opening the thread.
     
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    What type of a job change, if you don't mind me asking. IMO, it would be a waste of money to store your EBR's in Nevada, while living in this commie state.
     
  7. Rexrider

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    Are you sure you really want that job?

    I can't even image how much money it would take for Mrs. and I to move to CA......and I can image quite a lot.

    Taking a job in a place that would even start a conversation on what to do with my EBRs would be a deal breaker for me. But...that is just me.

    But since you have been there before I guess you know what you are getting into. So, I have one question for you. What was that made you leave CA the first time?

    Just a friendly tap on the shoulder to get you rethink why you want to go back.

    If you truly loved CA and the job offer is something you can't turn down then I wish you luck.

    Just one last comment concerning 2nd amendment rights in CA. Don't forget, it will get a lot worse before it gets better.

    Good luck with whatever choice you make. Choose wisely.

    P.S. If I had to chose between poverty and being homeless in AZ or Wealth and fame in CA........I would really have to sit down and think about that :D
     
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    I think Front Sight has gun storage - IIRC they've mentioned it in their literature.
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    Except what happens if they sell them?

    Legally you cannot recover the weapon back from the purchaser if he bought it in good faith from the merchant, and at best you will get reimbursed cash for it....useless cash if there is another ban.
     
  9. tex_n_cal

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    Good questions...I moved out of state chasing a "better" job, and was given a bait and switch. Two weeks after I bought a house here I literally was told, "...we really wanted you for this other job when we hired you"(a job I wouldn't have accepted if offered in the first place). In any case, I am good at what I do, left on good terms with my previous employer, and they want me back.

    The gun laws in CA are pretty damn annoying, but not to the point of being a deal breaker for me. As far as CA goes, I will always consider myself a Texan, but I do have a lot of good friends in CA, and do like the scenery. :D I'll invest in some land elsewhere, and plan to retire in a free state...in 20-25 years or so. :)
     
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