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rgs1975 04-03-2013 5:23 PM

Step by step explanation from FFL please?
 
I'm trying to teach my LGS how about the intrafamily transfer of a non-roster pistol from an out of state party. I understand the FFL needs to check off an exempt box on the DROS, write "Gift" in the comments section and file a copy of my Father's gifting letter that will come with the pistol.

I'm looking at a DROS form and am wondering which of the roster exemption checkboxes to check off. Is it the "CURIO/RELIC/OLYMPIC/OTHER" exemption checkbox?

kemasa 04-04-2013 8:54 AM

The DROS is submitted under the "curio/relic/olympic pistol/EXEMPT". There is no "other" on that button in the DROS system. I was told by the CA DOJ to use the comment "SB15 exempt". The fact that it is a gift does not matter since what matters is that it is an intrafamilial transfer.

As said, you need to document it, so a letter from your father, saying that he is your father, is needed. The last name is not enough since it could be from an uncle or brother, which would not qualify for the exemption. I copy of his ID is also a good idea.

rgs1975 04-05-2013 7:07 AM

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Originally Posted by kemasa (Post 10999471)
The DROS is submitted under the "curio/relic/olympic pistol/EXEMPT". There is no "other" on that button in the DROS system. I was told by the CA DOJ to use the comment "SB15 exempt". The fact that it is a gift does not matter since what matters is that it is an intrafamilial transfer.

As said, you need to document it, so a letter from your father, saying that he is your father, is needed. The last name is not enough since it could be from an uncle or brother, which would not qualify for the exemption. I copy of his ID is also a good idea.

There is no "curio/relic/olympic pistol/EXEMPT" on the paper form, just the spot I mentioned. How is the paper form to be filled out?

Librarian 04-05-2013 5:50 PM

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Originally Posted by rgs1975 (Post 11008054)
There is no "curio/relic/olympic pistol/EXEMPT" on the paper form, just the spot I mentioned. How is the paper form to be filled out?

Paper?

DROS is almost uniformly submitted via internet - special software provided by DOJ; would you mind explaining where paper comes in?

kemasa 04-05-2013 6:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rgs1975 (Post 11008054)
There is no "curio/relic/olympic pistol/EXEMPT" on the paper form, just the spot I mentioned. How is the paper form to be filled out?

The paper copy is just a WORKSHEET and does not really matter since it has to be submitted electronically. You might be looking at an older version since all the versions that I see are have exempt on them.

The worksheet is used for consignment sales to have the seller sign it in advance.


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