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I see that Kahr 380s are not on the Massachusetts approved weapons list. Looks like every other pistol Kahr makes is however. Does anyone know anything about this?
 

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I would suspect that Kahr .380's may not have been submitted to their testing labs meeting certain statutory requirements for approval by their Gun Control Advisory Board...?

There is talk on the 'net that the Kahr .380's didn't comply at the time in not having a loaded chamber indicator...?
 

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I see that Kahr 380s are not on the Massachusetts approved weapons list. Looks like every other pistol Kahr makes is however. Does anyone know anything about this?
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“California’s handgun roster and microstamping laws are a nothing short of a ban on safe, modern firearms that are commonly purchased by residents of other states for lawful purposes like self-defense,” Brandon Combs, executive director of the Calguns Foundation told Guns.com Tuesday.

“We predicted years ago that the roster would continue to shrink, and we’re seeing that here,” he said.

Calguns estimates that at the current rate the number of approved handguns will dwindle to practically zero within the next six years as those currently approved will fail to meet new requirements, leaving a state of some 38 million unable to purchase new semi-automatic handguns.
California's incredible shrinking handgun roster turns 15 - Guns.com
 

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A point of reference:

“California’s handgun roster and microstamping laws are a nothing short of a ban on safe, modern firearms that are commonly purchased by residents of other states for lawful purposes like self-defense,” Brandon Combs, executive director of the Calguns Foundation told Guns.com Tuesday.

“We predicted years ago that the roster would continue to shrink, and we’re seeing that here,” he said.

Calguns estimates that at the current rate the number of approved handguns will dwindle to practically zero within the next six years as those currently approved will fail to meet new requirements, leaving a state of some 38 million unable to purchase new semi-automatic handguns.
California's incredible shrinking handgun roster turns 15 - Guns.com
I was going to make a completely non-PC reply to this, but stupid is as stupid does! :startle:
 

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I was going to make a completely non-PC reply to this, but stupid is as stupid does! :startle:
It is even more insidious than that: Comment made:


To fully clarify the issue, while this article states that once the roster reaches zero Californians will not be able to purchase "new" handguns, that's not entirely correct. In California you cannot purchase a USED non-roster handgun from out of state (the exemption being intra-familial transfers which still must be shipped to a CA FFL and are still subject to the asinine 1-in-30 rule {we're only allowed to purchase 1 handgun every 30 days here in the Socialist Republic of Kalifornia}), so the micro-stamping requirement, should it hold up in the appeal, will result in no more handguns coming into the state, PERIOD. If that's not an outright ban, someone will need to explain to me what is. The judge who ruled that the roster as it stands following the micro-stamping requirement does not infringe on our 2A rights is an Obama stooge on the socialist payroll.
 

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It is even more insidious than that: Comment made:


To fully clarify the issue, while this article states that once the roster reaches zero Californians will not be able to purchase "new" handguns, that's not entirely correct. In California you cannot purchase a USED non-roster handgun from out of state (the exemption being intra-familial transfers which still must be shipped to a CA FFL and are still subject to the asinine 1-in-30 rule {we're only allowed to purchase 1 handgun every 30 days here in the Socialist Republic of Kalifornia}), so the micro-stamping requirement, should it hold up in the appeal, will result in no more handguns coming into the state, PERIOD. If that's not an outright ban, someone will need to explain to me what is. The judge who ruled that the roster as it stands following the micro-stamping requirement does not infringe on our 2A rights is an Obama stooge on the socialist payroll.
And with that, I will rest my case! I could really enjoy a pandemic that only affected Libtards and crooked Politicions! Just say'n!
 
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Until they change the rules, again!
New guns approved (and shrinking by the year) Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale - Firearms Division - California Dept. of Justice - Office of the Attorney General

As far as I know (???) any other gun already legally in CA (like my was legal Rossi, but now is not on the new list) can be private party bought & sold using a gun store as the 10-day holding agent. A new law next year requires a $50.00 fee to comrade Brown and the comissars for a permit slip to purchase ammo.

Don't ask for details, I can't keep up with those fools.
 

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New guns approved (and shrinking by the year) Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale - Firearms Division - California Dept. of Justice - Office of the Attorney General

As far as I know (???) any other gun already legally in CA (like my was legal Rossi, but now is not on the new list) can be private party bought & sold using a gun store as the 10-day holding agent. A new law next year requires a $50.00 fee to comrade Brown and the comissars for a permit slip to purchase ammo.

Don't ask for details, I can't keep up with those fools.
The goal is to effectively disarm the populace, yet the lords of the realm will always have armed bodyguards/enforcers at hand!
 
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