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RRA Pro Carry legal in California?

Discussion in 'California Glockers' started by SilverState, Aug 8, 2007.

  1. SilverState

    SilverState

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    I hear they have a list of guns that are okay and not okay...
     

  2. SilverState

    SilverState

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    The link indicates no Rock River pistols are legal in California...
     
  3. Quiet

    Quiet Casino Goon

    Rock River handguns are legal to own, but they are not approved for sale to civilians.

    You can buy them used via PPT (Private Party Transfer).

    You can buy them new if you are a LEO, since LE is exempt from the approved list.
     
  4. onemoretime

    onemoretime

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    Is this true of all handguns not on the approved list?

    You can buy them out of state, used, and have them PPT transferred here?
     
  5. Quiet

    Quiet Casino Goon

    For CA, PPT is a face to face transaction.

    Out of state firearms must be sent to a CA FFL for the transaction to be legal. Therefore, handguns bought out of state need to be on the CA "approved" list.

    Non-approved handguns are introduced into CA via two methods.
    1) LE buys them and resells them "used" to the public via PPT. LE is exempt from the "approved" list.
    2) Someone moving into CA brings them, when they relocate to CA as a resident. That person then registers the handgun(s) with CA DOJ and/or sells them to the public via PPT.