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Glock High Cap. Magazine In California

Discussion in 'California Glockers' started by Dr_Shakalu, Jun 20, 2008.

  1. Dr_Shakalu

    Dr_Shakalu

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    Hey everyone. I was wondering. I know the max. rounds legal is in a 10 round magazine. Does this apply to law enforcement also? I will be starting the SFPD academy later this year and wanted to try to get info before I start. Thanks, The Doctor.
     
  2. briansp82593

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    yeah, Im almost positive it doesnt apply to LEO's
     


  3. desertratone

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    No it does not apply to sworn law enforcement officers. But, to buy the hi cap mags, you must present a letter on department letter head allowing you to make the purchase.
     
  4. shotgunred

    shotgunred local trouble maker

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    with all the gun laws in California you shouldn't need a gun and certianly not more than 10 evil bullets.:rofl:
     
  5. Quiet

    Quiet Casino Goon

    LEOs in CA no longer have to produce a department letterhead to purchase large capacity magazines.

    All that is required is to show your LE ID, the FFL dealer makes a copy of it for their records.

    http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/exemptpo.php

     
  6. Quiet

    Quiet Casino Goon

    You should wait until after you graduate from the academy before making any purchases.

    LE academy recruit ID is not sufficiant enough to allow you to purchase large capacity magazines.

    Also, your department may limit what type of duty weapon you are allowed to carry.

    Not sure if it's changed in the last 5 years, but SFPD issues the Beretta Model 96D.