Hey all, new to the forums, and I can't say it's under the best circumstances, and there's a bit of a story to this post, so bear with me. My pops is an old Army vet, diagnosed with severe PTSD. Today, 1 day before his anniversary of the Soviet Defector Incident in the Korean DMZ way back when, he had another zone out, but this one was ugly enough that police were involved. He's being filed as a 5150, involuntary psychiatric hold, and by law is not allowed to own weapons for 5 years. The sheriffs came to confiscate all 10 of our firearms just a while ago, after chatting with us for a while. Now I signed out for the weapons, and now I'm left with trying to figure out how to keep these family heirlooms stay with us, and are not destroyed. Does anyone know what the procedure is for reclaiming these weapons, perhaps in my name? I'm 20, so I'm iffy about how they'll handle the 2 handguns, but I'm at a loss here. I have a temporary address far from them at my university, where I can keep the weapons, but my permanent is still with my mom and pops. Any hints? This is all in California, btw. thanks for any advice!