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Old 06-26-2019, 02:05 PM
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New CA ammo registration...

...is supposed to be cross referenced against the caliber firearms registered to the Californians applying. If a firearm isn't registered, it will have to be in order to buy ammunition for it, and the driver's license address has to be the same address as a firearm's registered address or the firearm will have to be re-registered ($$$) with the "new" address.
But the whole scheme could fall flat on it's face in July when this is supposed to take effect if the CA-DOJ isn't up to the task.

I heard this at a LGS this morning, a LGS which seems to know it's stuff.
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Old 06-26-2019, 02:43 PM
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Yup... this new law and requirement will stop criminals, mass shooters and drug gangs dead in their tracks.
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Old 06-26-2019, 04:27 PM
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Backdoor gun registration.
The incubation of a dictatorship
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Old 06-26-2019, 05:00 PM
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I suspect Ammo R Us franchises will flourish along the Nevada border.
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Old 06-26-2019, 05:47 PM
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Backdoor gun registration.
The incubation of a dictatorship
So much this.

How can this be taken to court?

I'm not a Californian, but this cancer has to be stopped before it spreads.

How can Californians / people from out of state challenge this? Block it, etc.

If a court can sue Trump to stop his immigration plans, then certainly there must be a court somewhere able to challenge, blunt or delay this law?

Obviously I'm no lawyer, but this runs afoul of the 2nd. I think.

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Old 06-26-2019, 05:57 PM
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I'm active duty military stationed in CA. I have an out of state license, and not required to register firearms as I'm not a resident.

So how am I supposed to buy ammunition since I'm not in any database and don't' have a CA state license....I guess I can't/won't now.

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Old 06-27-2019, 08:49 AM
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...is supposed to be cross referenced against the caliber firearms registered to the Californians applying. If a firearm isn't registered, it will have to be in order to buy ammunition for it, and the driver's license address has to be the same address as a firearm's registered address or the firearm will have to be re-registered ($$$) with the "new" address.
But the whole scheme could fall flat on it's face in July when this is supposed to take effect if the CA-DOJ isn't up to the task.

I heard this at a LGS this morning, a LGS which seems to know it's stuff.
As a denizen of California, I have been following this fairly closely. Not all of what you say is correct. Visit www.calguns.org for more info, but as I understand it, you need to have a gun registered to you at your address to purchase ammo, the caliber is irrelevant. If you have the new "Real ID" the background check is "only" $1 and it is done instantly, otherwise it is more costly & time consuming.

It is really an effed up situation here
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Old 06-27-2019, 09:00 AM
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I'm active duty military stationed in CA. I have an out of state license, and not required to register firearms as I'm not a resident.

So how am I supposed to buy ammunition since I'm not in any database and don't' have a CA state license....I guess I can't/won't now.

Terrific.
As far as I understand it, you can't. I believe you must be a resident to purchase ammo.
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Old 06-27-2019, 09:02 AM
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I suspect Ammo R Us franchises will flourish along the Nevada border.
I suspect you're right. This is one law I would be happy to break. Screw 'em.
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Old 06-27-2019, 09:19 AM
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Sorry guys, but if you're from California, I need you to do a huge favor for me. Tell your fellow Californians that Idaho sucks and they definitely don't want to come here. It's full of redneck who barely speak English are just as likely to shoot them as say hello.

Or better yet, just remind them of Deliverance. Then tell them that's probably going to happen to them if they move here. Especially if they don't change their godd*mn license plates.

Now, any Californians on this forum are welcome. Chances are pretty good you're not the ones we're worried about.
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Old 06-27-2019, 07:55 PM
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So is the CA ammo stamped some way to tell it was purchased correctly.? Is there any reason you can't just cross the state lines and load up?
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Old 06-27-2019, 08:39 PM
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If you have the new "Real ID" the background check is "only" $1 and it is done instantly, otherwise it is more costly & time consuming.
Is that the same I.D. that you use to vote?
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Old 06-27-2019, 09:32 PM
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CA DOJ does stop Californians at the Nevada border to check for cartridge magazines, adding a check for ammo won’t be a problem.

Just be sure your papers are in order.
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Old 06-28-2019, 08:50 AM
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Is that the same I.D. that you use to vote?
Don't be ridiculous. This is California. We don't need ID to vote!
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Old 06-28-2019, 09:08 AM
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Don't be ridiculous. This is California. We don't need ID to vote!
LOL! So true.
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Old 06-28-2019, 03:53 PM
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Ammo sales up 300 percent before bullet background checks take effect, Calif. store owner says

This reminds me of the Obama years when 5.56mm Nato was selling for more tha $1 a round and .22 lr was impossible to find.


Gun owners stockpile ammo before new California background check law begins

Anti-gun liberals really know how to boost sales!
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Old 06-28-2019, 04:37 PM
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Sorry guys, but if you're from California, I need you to do a huge favor for me. Tell your fellow Californians that Idaho sucks and they definitely don't want to come here. It's full of redneck who barely speak English are just as likely to shoot them as say hello.

Or better yet, just remind them of Deliverance. Then tell them that's probably going to happen to them if they move here. Especially if they don't change their godd*mn license plates.

Now, any Californians on this forum are welcome. Chances are pretty good you're not the ones we're worried about.
Goes for Az. too.
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Old 06-28-2019, 05:03 PM
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Goes for Az. too.
You're a few years late on this. There are way too many already here. Just look at the last election results
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Old 07-05-2019, 09:59 AM
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So all these stupid ammo laws are now in affect in CA ??

TV newws reported that you'll now need to pass the State BC before buying ammo?

Just seems to me like truck loads of ammo will be coming into CA and sold via the "black" market, and, law abiding citizens will just be buying less via FFL due to all of the hassles.

It's too bad this recent earthquake there didnt break off CA into the ocean.
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Old 07-05-2019, 12:49 PM
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I'm active duty military stationed in CA. I have an out of state license, and not required to register firearms as I'm not a resident.

So how am I supposed to buy ammunition since I'm not in any database and don't' have a CA state license....I guess I can't/won't now.

Terrific.
Buy it on base. Here in SC he PX sells Guns, and Ammo. State Laws don't apply.
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Old 07-05-2019, 01:21 PM
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Buy it on base. Here in SC he PX sells Guns, and Ammo. State Laws don't apply.
I’m retired Navy but can’t remember the last Navy Exchange that sold firearms or ammo. Besides, wouldn’t state laws apply when you take the ammo off base?
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Old 07-05-2019, 03:26 PM
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CA DOJ does stop Californians at the Nevada border to check for cartridge magazines, adding a check for ammo won’t be a problem.

Just be sure your papers are in order.
Not quite the same comparison... I lived in a state that had very restrictive fireworks laws. Next door state was not restrictive at all. My state sent police across the border to the fireworks stores and looked for cars from their state.

They'd report the car description and plate number to highway patrol just inside the border. Lots of people busted.

Someone I know (ahem) went across to buy fireworks in the lenient state, left the store with a ton of nice fireworks.

He then met his wife (who dove a separate car), at a location just inside the border and put all the fireworks in her car.

He got stopped just inside the restrictive state by a highway patrol officer all puffed up and ready to go for his gimmee arrest.

"go ahead and search my car" my friend said. I guess the officer was just flummoxed. So awesome!

Stuff like this is probably happening in CA.
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Old 07-05-2019, 03:40 PM
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Illegal magazines are one thing.

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CA DOJ does stop Californians at the Nevada border to check for cartridge magazines, adding a check for ammo won’t be a problem.

Just be sure your papers are in order.
Ammo is another. If ammo is legal in your state. What can they arrest you for if you have ammo? How do they know where you buy it? And how can they penalize you for purchasing ammo out of state where it is perfectly legal to do so? State line ammo here we come!
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Old 07-05-2019, 05:27 PM
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I live in California and have gone to Reno to the Big Reno Gun show on too many times to keep track of. There was a rumor that the Highway patrol was waiting on I 80 for those of us returning from the show. Never once was I stopped. There is an agriculture inspection center just inside the Ca border. I have no idea who they are looking for because I can't ever remember someone stopped there. There are so many roads and highways coming from the east and north into California that to even give a second thought about bringing ammo across the border is a complete waste of time. I have a very close acquaintance that I know for a fact will not concern himself with such matters
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Old 07-05-2019, 06:10 PM
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Not quite the same comparison... I lived in a state that had very restrictive fireworks laws. Next door state was not restrictive at all. My state sent police across the border to the fireworks stores and looked for cars from their state.

They'd report the car description and plate number to highway patrol just inside the border. Lots of people busted.

Someone I know (ahem) went across to buy fireworks in the lenient state, left the store with a ton of nice fireworks.

He then met his wife (who dove a separate car), at a location just inside the border and put all the fireworks in her car.

He got stopped just inside the restrictive state by a highway patrol officer all puffed up and ready to go for his gimmee arrest.

"go ahead and search my car" my friend said. I guess the officer was just flummoxed. So awesome!

Stuff like this is probably happening in CA.
This is AWESOME! Your friend should have left a single snap cap in a cup holder.
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