Handguns California Added To Allowed List – Guns California Removed

LOL Removed :/


Plus an additional 35 more pages you can look through on the CA DOJ website.

ROFL Added:


Priceless… but at the same time not.  California gonna California.

I’m assuming “Ghost guns” are secretly listed on the removed PDF, but are so ghostly we can’t even see them.

Thoughts?  Are you looking forward to micro-stamping saving as many lives as I am?  California will have approximately zero unsolved crimes by this time next year, I know it.



funnybookz February 3, 2014 at 02:45 am

Being from CA, I kind of can’t wait for more and more to fall off of the roster. It’ll make it clearer that it is a backdoor ban and current lawsuits and future lawsuits will have more evidence of such. Eventually the roster will be thrown out as unconstitutional due to being a backdoor ban. At least, I hope so.

I mean, its not like we have much of a choice other than to watch them drop off one by one…


Al Cohol February 3, 2014 at 10:06 am

I’m from CA as well and I am kinda on the same page as you. The more they drop off the better the case should be to prove this a backdoor ban. Plus, its not like they have much to lose. Either way they need to comply with the new rules so they might as well let them fall off and give it a shot. Lets hope this gives Calguns the argument they need.


Vanguard Armament February 3, 2014 at 05:23 pm

From California, and I’m gonna have to agree. As much as I’d hate to say it, manufacturers should start refusing to do business with California so that people can start waking up.


DZCB February 3, 2014 at 05:08 am

Well if they want to reduce crime, what better way than to ban South-Central thugs’ favorite drive-by weapon: The Smith & Wesson 500 revolver.


marlin February 3, 2014 at 01:51 pm

I thought revolvers were exempt from microstamping?


funnybookz February 3, 2014 at 08:15 pm

I believe they are, however only single action revolvers are exempt from the Roster entirely, if I’m not mistaken.


Andyhasky February 5, 2014 at 04:34 pm

And browning buckmarks!


Professor Hale February 3, 2014 at 10:51 am

Personally, I would never buy a gun that didn’t say, “Not Legal in California”. It’s like the reverse-UL label for guns.


turbo01z28 February 3, 2014 at 05:33 pm

So if a criminal was to go out and pick up brass at a range and then commit a crime, take his casings and replace them with stamped casings from the range. Would that put the law abiding range guy in a jam?


bob February 3, 2014 at 09:47 pm


you the innocent gun owner who forgot 1 or 2 of your brass at the range now has to prove you where not there to kill someone and/or your gun was not!!
guilty till proven innocent !!!!

lets not even add the fact you just know some hot to trot moron cop is going to bust down your door at 3 am and you or him gets blasted!!!! “by accident of course” + all the property damage in any case


sapper911 February 3, 2014 at 07:30 pm

And you just watch! They eventualy will have a rifle drop test list to. But its already plain to see that this a back door ban on hand guns. If they were really concerned with having (safe) hand guns. Cops would have to abide by the list swell, but they can buy whatever they want. California is a steaming pile of bear shit!


Mount February 4, 2014 at 12:53 am




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