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Old 09-03-2013, 06:37 PM   #1
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I was told by a gun dealer in Calif. that I had to pay $25.00 and take a test or have a handgun safety certificate in order to purchase a gun. I also have to pay $25.00 for the background check. (Form 4473). Plus I can only buy one handgun a month. After Jan 1 2014 I can only buy 1 long gun a month. All with separate $25.00 background check fees.
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Old 09-03-2013, 06:38 PM   #2
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Yep welcome to kamifornia
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Your handgun safety certificate or whatever they call it is good for 5 years though
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Your handgun safety certificate or whatever they call it is good for 5 years though
You also don't need it if you're active duty military.
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After Jan 1 2014 I can only buy 1 long gun a month. All with separate $25.00 background check fees.
I didn't know that. O.O



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Yup. All true. Or you could just go downtown and buy a gun off the street corner like every respectable criminal does. California laws do not apply to them.
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Yup. All true. Or you could just go downtown and buy a gun off the street corner like every respectable criminal does. California laws do not apply to them.
Very true. Some would say, myself included, that Kali laws are designed to protect criminals.
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Yup. All true. Or you could just go downtown and buy a gun off the street corner like every respectable criminal does. California laws do not apply to them.
Yeah, these stringent laws sure keep guns out of the hands of the criminals, don't they? But as we all know that is not what these laws are about, they're about making it as difficult as possible for LAW ABIDING CITIZENS to obtain guns.

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They don't even do that they just steal 'em
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