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Old 01-13-2021, 07:28 AM   #29791
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And any handgun purchased from a dealer has been registered since the early 1930s.
The registration change that happened in '91 was the necessity for all transfers to go through an FFL, and thus the State.

Before that you could private party transfer with none being the wiser, thus "breaking" the original DROS form with no consequence.

With the FFL involvement, the chain of custody should be maintained by the State now.
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Old 01-13-2021, 10:50 AM   #29792
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But not necessarily still in the record books.
Pistol DROS as we know it today is dead on accurate from 1991, not so much from the 1930's because PPT through an FFL wasn't a thing back then.
Long Gun DROS since 2014.
Regardless, as I said, you only need "at least one of them on CFARS."

For now. God only knows what will happen after this election.
Handgun DROS data can be full of holes. I made a request from the DOJ to list all of the firearms that they say are "registered" to me (I forget the formal process) but there were several mistakes. This was done in the early 2000s and they specifically indicated that no information on long arms existed in their database.

I did this to make sure the handguns on my CCW license were indeed "registered" to me. One of them was not, they had no record of my purchase through an FFL in Santa Rosa. So I pulled it from my license rather than let them know that I had it.

The FFL did not exist prior to the Gun Control Act of 1968.

Reporting of handgun sales from "dealers" has been required since 1924 in California. No transfer of ownership through FFL until 1991 as you say, only the original sale through FFL was recorded, you could sell it to anyone after that with no reporting requirement to the state or feds.

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Old 01-13-2021, 07:39 PM   #29793
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But not necessarily still in the record books.
Pistol DROS as we know it today is dead on accurate from 1991, not so much from the 1930's because PPT through an FFL wasn't a thing back then.
Long Gun DROS since 2014.
Regardless, as I said, you only need "at least one of them on CFARS."

For now. God only knows what will happen after this election.
Sure, all of that. But the point is in response to
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What a way to create a gun registry........ without saying you are creating one.
There's no need to create a gun registry without saying you are creating one, when one was created almost 100 years ago.
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