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Can't leave gun with CA gunsmith?

Discussion in 'California Glockers' started by Dr. Leaky, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. Dr. Leaky

    Dr. Leaky Know-It-All

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    I have been told that in California you can only have a gun worked on while you're in the shop - no leaving it overnight. Is this true???
     
  2. Tom34

    Tom34 Obama Must Go!

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    Maybe your "Gunsmith" is not a FFL ?
     

  3. Cali-Glock

    Cali-Glock Mountain Man

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    IIRC if you leave your gun with a gunsmith they have to be an FFL. I remember reading that if you left your gun with a gunsmith he has to basically DROS it back to you just as if you were purchasing the gun - 10 day wait and whatnot -but the one time I took a gun in and left it with a gunsmith I had no such hassles.
     
  4. passive101

    passive101

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    Man CA sucks for gun rights :(

    I don't even have to wait for a handgun with a ccw permit in FL.
     
  5. Powersauce

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    Also...I belive if your gun is a registered AW you can't leave your gun with them as well. FFL or not... you need to be present when they work on it.
     
  6. TKM

    TKM Shiny Member Lifetime Member

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    If you take a registered California Assault Weapon (similar to the tooth fairy, only exists in the imagination of small children and Kali politicians) to a gunsmith for work, you cannot leave it with the gunsmith unless he or she holds a California Assault Weapons Permit. Otherwise you must remain with the firearm while it is being repaired. Shipping to the manufacturer must also go through a gunsmith with the California Assault Weapons Permit.


    Also, you may not draw a handgun in a day care center.