CA's 'law' is even worse. Certain semi-auto firearms supposedly cannot be sold - period. When you die they are to be confiscated by the State.
[Reagan] -- sold out many future generations of Americans by signing this into law.
Look at it this way, Brady is not a law, it is a repugnant infringement, not worth the paper it's printed on. [see Marbury]
Most gun owners in CA are ignoring it, and it is not being enforced.
Other states citizens should follow suit.
Fine. Obviously you know more about it then I do and all the same, obtaining firearms in the US is not the free-for-all its made out to be here in the UK.
They can't be sold to another person in California. They can be sold to someone outside of California. If you fail to sell the firearm to someone outside California before you die, it will be confiscated and probably destroyed. Better to find a new home for a good firearm and recover the value of the asset for yourself or your estate.