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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by chico13, Oct 14, 2009.
hope this helps some of you guys http://certguns.doj.ca.gov/
and some reading to go along with that - http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/index.php/Pena_v_Cid
That roster is a joke! How come a certain handgun is on the list but the exactly same model in another color (tan, od green...) is not? That state is messed up!
Because there's no depths to which the California State government won't stoop to make a buck.
It's the same for handguns of IDENTICAL designs with variances in barrel-length; the Golden State charges money to test weapons for "safety" reasons, so it behooves them to milk the manufacturers for all they can get. Apparently, a difference in color or barrel-length is enough somehow affect the outcome of a safety test. Couldn't have anything to do with California being run by a bunch of ignorant, greedy hypocrites, could it? Nah.
lol i like you guys even thow i live in CA i do agree with you guys the way i see it if Ca gun Laws if thay more similar to like Texas there would be a lot less bank robberies for ex. the hollywood bank robbery i just don't see that happening in TX unless the robbers wan to die be fore the cops get there
Don't forget. This is the State that had some people thinking about outlawing water.
I sympathize with you guys from CA, Living in NYC its virtually impossible to get a carry permit as a private citizen unless your a politician or a celebrity
Not being able to buy a USP Tactical would make me rage harder than the fist of a thousand gods.
The weird whitelist and the long list of wacky requirements is why there was a huge celebration when the new Ruger SR9 was approved for CA. People said it couldn't be done since there were so many crazy things that had to be on the gun (LCI visibility, mag disconnect, etc.) to be CA-legal.
Instead of a ban we're going to lose our rights through a million little requirements when added up makes it prohibitively expensive to make a gun acceptable for sale.
This is the single-most important reason that I won't live in California.