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    Carrying of black powder guns

    We were discussing some black powder revolvers in my state's forum, and it made me curious about CA. How do your laws treat the carrying of black powder firearms, and does it matter if it is vintage or modern?

    Or do your laws treat the carrying of a black powder revolver the same as a modern sidearm?

    Being so close to CA, I am often asked about your laws, and don't pretend to be an expert, but I often steer them to this website for the answers I don't know. I don't visit your state myself; it's not personal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    We were discussing some black powder revolvers in my state's forum, and it made me curious about CA. How do your laws treat the carrying of black powder firearms, and does it matter if it is vintage or modern?

    Or do your laws treat the carrying of a black powder revolver the same as a modern sidearm?

    Being so close to CA, I am often asked about your laws, and don't pretend to be an expert, but I often steer them to this website for the answers I don't know. I don't visit your state myself; it's not personal.
    It would appear that antique firearms are treated the same as modern firearms in the Sunshine state.
    http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/Antique_Firearms
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    Well, good to know! Sucks, as usual, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    We were discussing some black powder revolvers in my state's forum, and it made me curious about CA. How do your laws treat the carrying of black powder firearms, and does it matter if it is vintage or modern?

    Or do your laws treat the carrying of a black powder revolver the same as a modern sidearm?

    Being so close to CA, I am often asked about your laws, and don't pretend to be an expert, but I often steer them to this website for the answers I don't know. I don't visit your state myself; it's not personal.
    Yep in Kali they are the same thing, a "FIREARM" :0
    I feel like its Government Persecution, and will have to leave the state soon
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