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K. Funk
June 11, 2008, 16:24
Anyone else hear anything about this?

http://www.subguns.com/boards/mgmsg.cgi?read=661512

Thanks,

krf

garandguy10
June 12, 2008, 14:19
Yes, The California state DOJ and the BATFE have started a program where they monitor and approve of all firearm shipments into the state and all intrastate dealer to dealer transfers. If a out of state FFL wants to transfer a firearm to a california FFL, then the out of state FFL must register with the California DOJ and submit a request of state approval before shipping any firearm in to California. The California FFL must be in good standing with the state DOJ and have all permits and licenses current for permission to be granted.If a California dealer accepts a firearm without state approval,then it's off to jail for that dealer. If a out of state dealer ships a firearm to california without the proper state approval letter the BATFE will likely pull the FFL's license.

The purpose of this is to limit 49 state firearms dealers willing to do business with California FFL's and to monitor which California FFL dealers are importing or transfering firearms and the exact number of long guns and handguns that they transfer or have brought into inventory.

This program will likely be going nation wide as soon as the BATFE can do so.
The program starts July1,2008 in California.

EOD Guy
June 13, 2008, 15:49
Originally posted by garandguy10
Yes, The California state DOJ and the BATFE have started a program where they monitor and approve of all firearm shipments into the state and all intrastate dealer to dealer transfers. If a out of state FFL wants to transfer a firearm to a california FFL, then the out of state FFL must register with the California DOJ and submit a request of state approval before shipping any firearm in to California. The California FFL must be in good standing with the state DOJ and have all permits and licenses current for permission to be granted.If a California dealer accepts a firearm without state approval,then it's off to jail for that dealer. If a out of state dealer ships a firearm to california without the proper state approval letter the BATFE will likely pull the FFL's license.

The purpose of this is to limit 49 state firearms dealers willing to do business with California FFL's and to monitor which California FFL dealers are importing or transfering firearms and the exact number of long guns and handguns that they transfer or have brought into inventory.

This program will likely be going nation wide as soon as the BATFE can do so.
The program starts July1,2008 in California.

BATF has nothing to do with this. It's stictly a California law.