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    Question I want to oc but...

    so here is the thing i want to OC but im not sure if i can at the age of 19? i read all the laws and i believe i can. can some one let me know if i can? i live out i Richmond so i would like to do it for assistance with my personal protection and also to inform people of their rights that are still around and not forgoten. and like i said i live in Richmond so im up for any demonstrations as long they are with in a good distance and im not working

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    You only have to be 18 to OC.

    Make sure you know your stuff. Read the Advanced FAQ, watch the videos, etc.

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    been doing it all night, another questions is what r the states laws on purchasing a hand gun, i already have one but iv been wanting to get a glock and haven't gotten around to it

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    You must be 21 to buy a handgun from an FFL or through a third-party private transfer. The FFL deal is due to Federal law, and the private party restriction is CA state law (in most other states, 18 year olds can buy handguns directly from private sellers, no questions asked). Currently the only way for adults aged 18-20 can legally own a handgun in CA is for your parent or grandparent to buy one and gift it to you. This is perfectly legal and is not a straw purchase, as long as you are not legally barred from owning firearms (no felonies, etc).

    You need a handgun safety card, which you can get at any gun store for $25 after taking the test. You also need to submit this form to the CA DOJ to transfer the handgun to you from your parent, along with a check for $19. After you have received your letter back from the DOJ saying that the background check and registration went through, the Glock is yours.
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    Yes.

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    He can open carry a long gun, right ?
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    but i have to have it registered in the state of california right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eduardo2670 View Post
    but i have to have it registered in the state of california right?
    A handgun, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtoe416 View Post
    A handgun, yes.
    The handgun does not have to be registered to the person carrying it openly.

    Concealed is a different story.

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    so its mandatory to register the weapon??? if so can some one help me find a link where it say so

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    http://www.ag.ca.gov/firearms/pubfaqs.php#25

    http://wiki.calgunsfoundation.org/in...s_registration

    I suppose if the handgun is older than the registration requirement, then it could be unregistered.

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