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Old 04-12-2013, 11:05 PM
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Originally Posted by mej16489 View Post
That answer above certainly gets closer to answering the question of why..., 'if the receiver in question 'could be' covered by the roster, then you cannot buy the frame as a long-gun/other (DROS/4473)'

I'm not as well versed on FFL penal code as I am in other areas...where might I find this covered?
It's PC 32015 and following - the Roster law - and PC 31905, the testing requirements. 'Just frames' cannot pass the tests, so cannot be sold as handguns; CA law does not recognize a lower as anything but 'firearm'.
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