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Old 10-27-2012, 6:11 PM
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Originally Posted by fmxmyway View Post
He had close to 40 guns confiscated, some of which had 30 round magazines and were in the non-california modified versions (he bought all these mags and guns 14 plus years ago when they were legal in the state of California).
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Originally Posted by Eldraque View Post
40 guns, with legal 30 rd mags. hell yes u need to take ownership of them
If some of those turn out to be unregistered 'assault weapons', they are likely gone for good.

If some were registered, if they were 'by name' they could be shipped out of state, but may not remain in CA.

If they were 'by feature' but registered, might be converted to OLL with magazine lock configuration, or featureless configuration, and then UN registered, and kept here.

30 round mags probably also gone for good - illegal to give them, PC 32310 - a bequest is a giving.
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