Zoning and the Second Amendment

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Re: Zoning and the Second Amendment

Postby Captain Matt » Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:12 pm

Soccerdad1995 wrote:I thought the left wanted to get rid of the "gun show loophole" by having people buy all their guns through licensed dealers. Sounds like the good folks in Alameda county now will need to rely solely on private sales instead.

Don't "private sales" (PPT) in California still have to go through a FFL?
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Re: Zoning and the Second Amendment

Postby BBYC » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:08 pm

I hope Ninjabread isn't going to Alameda.

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Re: Zoning and the Second Amendment

Postby crazy2medic » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:52 pm

What I find most interesting about this thread is the fact that per SCOTUS a municipality cannot prohibit a Sexually Oriented Business from operating inside the municipal boundries, they can control and make it difficult for said business to operate by restricting them to certain areas, prohibit alcohol sales and other hurdles to discourage them but they must allow them to exist. So by the Ninth ruling it's OK to have a topless joint but you can't sell guns from a gun store! Wonder how long before their ruling is struck down by SCOTUS!
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Re: Zoning and the Second Amendment

Postby SQLGeek » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:25 pm

Captain Matt wrote:
Soccerdad1995 wrote:I thought the left wanted to get rid of the "gun show loophole" by having people buy all their guns through licensed dealers. Sounds like the good folks in Alameda county now will need to rely solely on private sales instead.

Don't "private sales" (PPT) in California still have to go through a FFL?


Yes they do with the same NICS check, background check to the California DOJ, registration with the filing of a Dealer Record of Sale and a 10-day wait. Transfers are upwards of $100 in CA due to all of the paperwork required.

For those of you keeping score at home, two of the cities in Alameda county are Berkeley and Oakland.
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