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    Typical COMMIEfornia B.S. - So GLAD I'm moving to Kentucky!

    I am leaving this cesspool of Socialism on May 5th! I can't WAIT to get out of here!

    So I went to a gun shop today in southern commiefornia. I met a friend of 30+ years there. He knows I am moving, and wanted to buy my .45 ACP. He's been drooling over it for some time.

    Well, in commiefornia, a 52 year old man can't just hand a pistol to a 54 year old man he has known for over 30 years. NOPE! That would drive the liberals bonkers! "OH MY GOD! You really think yOU are mature enough and responsible enough to make an important decision like that ON YOUR OWN?!? Without OUR approval?!?"

    We have to go through a FFL. There are forms to fill out, my buddy had to show his valid "HSC" (Handgun Safety Certificate), demonstrate a working knowledge of the gun by answering such questions as, "How do you eject a magazine? Which end do you point at your target? Are you aware of the fact that a handgun is a deadly weapon?" and other liberal 'feel good' nonsense. Then the dealer took possession of the gun for the dreaded 10-DAY waiting period. My buddy cannot see it, or touch it, or photograph it, or even INQUIRE about it for the ten days. It would make him seem anxious, and that would raise a red flag with the DoJ.

    As we were about to leave, another friend walked in and tapped me on the shoulder. We chatted. I told him I was selling the .45. He asked me if I had any other guns for sale. I felt uncomfortable talking about it in a gun store. After all, they are in the business of selling guns! so I suggested (in front of the salesman) that he first check out everything the store had to offer. He might find something nice! If not, we could talk about it later, outside.

    After checking out their stock, he said he was looking for an AR-15. I said I had one I wanted to sell. All commiefornia legal, with the bullet button and the 10-round magazines, etc.

    So we agreed to meet in an hour when I returned with the rifle. I repeatedly asked the gun store manager if there was any problem with me doing this. He said it was not a problem.

    I arrived at the store with the rifle in a nice cordura bag, with 5 magazines and 1,760 rounds (88 boxes) of PMC .223 (left in the truck), all for $1,500.00

    The salesman looked at the gun, disassembled it, and reported that it was in near new condition! Then he said, "Uh oh ... this is a problem"

    On the receiver, it has stamped into the metal the traditional "semi-auto" and "full auto" icons represented by a single bullet, and a bullet following another bullet. The gun WILL NOT fire full auto, and the selector switch won't even switch over to that position.

    He told me that the gun was illegal because of the full auto marking on the receiver. I explained that it was there as a piece of nostalgia, and CLEARLY it could not be selected, and the internal working verified that it was not, and COULD NOT BE a full auto rifle.

    He said that the markings mean the rifle cannot be transferred, that it is illegal to own, and that he would not DROS it because he didn't want to lose his license! This is a very OLD and WELL KNOWN gun shop in this area! I won't name it here though. That is not the point of the story.

    The buyer got nervous. "I'd better rethink this. That is a felony! it means ten years in prison!!!" I stood there dumbfounded, wondering when Alan Funt would walk out and tell me it was all a joke.

    So the buyer backed out, I lost a $1,500.00 sale, the dealer lost his DROS fee (and ALL of my future business) and I am back home with the gun.

    My friend in L.A. is a FFL. He called the DoJ. He was told that there is NO SUCH RULE about an AR-15 having the "full auto" designation on the receiver being a problem as long as the gun is not in fact FULL AUTO!

    The moment I cross into Kentucky, I am going to get out of my vehicle and kiss the sacred 2nd Amendment ground that is my new home! God Bless Kentucky!!!!!!
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    Cool

    Awww Kentucky. Land of the free and home of we don't take crap from uncle Sam. LOL I've lived here all my life and happy to say that. I've never been to California and never will.... California the bullcrap state. lol

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    Welcome to the United States!

    It's sickening to think that you've had to deal with that kind of BS for so long.

    In Minnesota and other free states, it's my right to transfer a firearm to whomever I chose without interference from the government as long as I have no reason to think that he is unable to legally possess one.

    I've sold two rifles to a good friend of mine, even one of the dreaded "assault" weapons. I've known him for 10 years now so I know he's a good guy. Thankfully the state of Minnesota actually respects my personal judgement enough to not get in the way, unlike CA.

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    Unfortunately, personal judgment has been outlawed here in the Land of Fruits and Nuts! You can't transfer a firearm, discipline your child, or even plant a tree near your property line without some commiefornia liberal busybody directing it, regulating it and taxing it!

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    IF the only thing that makes your AR-15 "California" legal is the clip being a 10 round and there's nothing internal that prevents the 20 or 30 round mags from working, just bring it with you, Ky. doesn't have those absurd laws, you can sell it directly ro a private individual.
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    Lucky, have fun out there in Kentucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravedigger View Post
    The moment I cross into Kentucky, I am going to get out of my vehicle and kiss the sacred 2nd Amendment ground that is my new home! God Bless Kentucky!!!!!!
    You don't have to wait that long. As soon as you get east of Commiefornia, stop and give thanks for being in (relatively) Free America.

    I salute you for trying to give your fellow KA subjects a chance at some KA-legal guns before leaving. In 47 states, nobody cares about "approved lists", magazine capacity, pistol grips, or bayonet lugs.

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    As predicted, the buyer called today.

    "I spent a lot of money this weekend. i'm going to have to pass on the rifle. Sorry."

    Damn!
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    Selling a gun--pistol or rifle, in CO is difficult, as well. You meet the guy, he gives you his money and you give him the gun.

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    what brand are the upper and lower? I might be interested in August when I move to KY myself, if you still have the rifle.

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    The purpose of selling here in COMMIEfornia was to raise the money to buy a computer I want. If I take it to KY., it will remain mine, only ... I'll remove all of the COMMIEfornia B.S. like the bullet button, and the 10-round magazines and such!
    Last edited by gravedigger; 04-30-2011 at 03:29 AM.

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