Skip to comments.Gun grabbers in California now require you fill out a form telling them all about your gun safe!
Posted on 03/28/2013 2:24:47 PM PDT by LibWhacker
Hey, Gang... Picked up a pistol the other day. Mine, a Glock, came with a lock from the manufacturer. While there, I overheard an exchange going on between the fellow in line next to me and the salesman.
The salesman asked him if he had a gun safe. Customer said yes. Salesman then whipped out a form that required the customer to answer a number of questions. All I got was... make, model, and number of guns. WTF! Don't the bastards keeping all this data on us have a database that tells them the number of guns each model holds??? Of course they do. What they seem to be trying to do, is to get people to reveal the number of guns they actually keep in the safe on site! Not registration, per se, but I guess when the confiscations begin, they'll know where to dispatch the jack-booted thugs to get the most bang for their buck. So to speak.
This has got to be a new law. I purchased a revolver earlier this year, that did not come with its own lock and there was no grilling about gun safes. They just required me to buy a cheap lock for it (which has been a requirement in California for many years now).
Your Simmering Buddy, LibWhacker
My friend and I have purchased firearms in the past few years and absolutely no mention ever came up. Nor did anyone mention if we had children in the house (we do not).
The California Gun Safe ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8WGazmpp7s
You know what they told me when I asked them if I couldn’t just bring my locks in to prove I didn’t need to buy one? A big fat “NO!” The only way that gang of traitors in Sacramento felt they could be assured the gun lock met current legal standards would be for gun buyers to buy a new lock at the time of purchase. I want out of this state SO bad!
LOL... wait, I shouldn’t be laughing. I should be screaming bloody murder because that’s what these democrap fools are doing to us.
Thanks. Is that an older one? The latest one apparently asks you about the number of guns.
I found this on the net, converted it from pdf.
Exactly - how can you defend yourself when the state requires you to keep your guns in a locked safe?
If I went to buy some heat and the gun store clerk asked me if I owned a gun safe, my answer would be short and simple: None of you damn business!
Makes sense - I get most of my exercise jumping to conclusions.
I think that’s a federal law that’s been in effect for about 25 years. You buy a new gun and it comes with a new gun lock, right in the box. I bought a new mini-14 about four years ago, and it came with a long, thick, sturdy lock. I liked that lock so much that I used it on my bicycle. And wouldn’t you know it? Somebody sawed off that lock and stole my bicycle. Talk about a false sense of security!
Lol, I’m rather good at that, meself!
You are welcome. That was a quickie search, I could not find where stores must ask. It could be that stores do it to get you to buy a bigger safe?
Anyway, if it’s a required form/procedure you should be able to find it, or...go face to face and ask the store guys! And post it here naturally.