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LONGHAIR 06-17-2011 03:42 PM

RUGER .380 LCP in California....
 
I just read that you can't buy a Ruger.380 LCP in California???...What's the big deal ???...That's a weird Law.....The gun is to small...You'd think they would stop the sale of a gun that was to BIG.....:confused:

LONGHAIR 06-17-2011 03:49 PM

WRONG-SECTION...SORRY.......:o

CA357 06-17-2011 04:22 PM

I moved your thread to the Legal forum and I'll answer your question while I'm at it.

It is sadly true that we mere Citizens are not allowed to buy an LCP. Only Law Enforcement is eligible to buy a new one. We, of the Proletariat are forbidden many firearms. LEO's may also purchase hi-cap magazines, but we are restricted to mags with ten round capacity.

Many firearms that folks who live in America can buy are not allowed for sale here either. California extorts their manufacturers for cash and for a number of free firearms to "safety test". Then if the firearm is "approved", a fee must be paid to allow the firearm to remain on the list. If it isn't paid, the gun is dropped from the list and becomes a "non-roster firearm", again forbidden.

This is so egregious that even many older firearms are forbidden to us mere mortals. Roster or non roster predicates what we may own, whether handgun or long gun.

Davo45 06-17-2011 10:38 PM

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Originally Posted by CA357 (Post 524569)
I moved your thread to the Legal forum and I'll answer your question while I'm at it.

It is sadly true that we mere Citizens are not allowed to buy an LCP. Only Law Enforcement is eligible to buy a new one. We, of the Proletariat are forbidden many firearms. LEO's may also purchase hi-cap magazines, but we are restricted to mags with ten round capacity.

Many firearms that folks who live in America can buy are not allowed for sale here either. California extorts their manufacturers for cash and for a number of free firearms to "safety test". Then if the firearm is "approved", a fee must be paid to allow the firearm to remain on the list. If it isn't paid, the gun is dropped from the list and becomes a "non-roster firearm", again forbidden.

This is so egregious that even many older firearms are forbidden to us mere mortals. Roster or non roster predicates what we may own, whether handgun or long gun.

That is plain nuts. I have some good friends who relocated her to Alabama from the People's Republic of California. They were astonished at how low the cost of living is here as well as how firearm friendly our state is.

CA357 06-17-2011 11:28 PM

Trust me, I wouldn't be here if I didn't have to be.

stalkingbear 06-18-2011 02:11 AM

Can a LEO sell a used gun that's not on the list to an individual? I had heard somewhere that you could get around that rule that way. Please correct me if I'm wrong about this.

CA357 06-18-2011 03:19 AM

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Originally Posted by stalkingbear (Post 524813)
Can a LEO sell a used gun that's not on the list to an individual? I had heard somewhere that you could get around that rule that way. Please correct me if I'm wrong about this.

Actually, that's correct. However, an LCP that sells anywhere else for $225. costs upwards of $500. here. Those cool new little Sig 380's? We can't have those either. I can look at them in the gun case, but they're marked Law Enforcement Only. :mad:

spittinfire 06-18-2011 04:13 AM

So what's the issue around the LCP? Becuase it's so small or what?

CA357 06-18-2011 05:00 AM

I haven't got a clue. Chickensh*t liberal gun hating sob's run this socialist state.

Benning Boy 06-18-2011 05:33 AM

I'm gonna guess it's an issue with the safety, that seems to be alot of Cali's restriction..


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