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hi, i inherited a mauser cal. 270 that is over 50 years old. it has been handed down from father to son and now to me. i would l

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with Beekeeper and + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • Edward J. Palumbo
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    Mlutterroth,
    By all means, keep a personal (photo supported) record of the rifle and serial number for insurance purposes or in case you're a burglary victim, but I frankly don't believe you have to register a rifle in California and I'd ask a local gun shop or a deputy sheriff about it. I lived in Orange County for 25+ years, belonged to a gun club that lost its lease to developers in 1996, but it wasn't a requirement to register rifles.
    By the way, I own a few Mauser rifles (M98 variants) that were produced between World Wars I and II, and they age very well if they receive the care they deserve. Enjoy your rifle. The .270 is a fine cartridge, and I hope this rifle serves you well. The family history can only enhance its personal value to you.

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  • steve182
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    If you get caught w/ it, Play dumb!

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  • Edward J. Palumbo
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    I don't know if the laws have changed in 12 years, but it was not necessary to register rifles when I lived in California. If that does change, I expect it'll be a requirement in New York, Massachusetts or California before it spreads elsewhere.

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  • chuckles
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    Under the radar means off the radar, keep it that way.

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    mlutteroth
    Far as I know, Californication doesn’t require any registration as of yet for a bolt action rifles. Coming soon if you folks let it!

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  • Jim in Mo
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    No you do not.

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  • Beekeeper
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    Always have one gun the government doesn't know about.

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  • shane
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    Don't register. Fight the power.

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  • texasmcintyre
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    This really depends on if you are a Liberal. As for me even though everyone says that it is a good idea to register a firearm, I will not, nor will most people in Texas. It is nice to own a Gun knowing that if something ever does happen that you will never have to surrender it or pay taxes on it. I would recommend that if you would like to register something. Register yourself in the NRA. That helps keep our second amendment. ????? ???? (Come and Take Them)

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  • hi, i inherited a mauser cal. 270 that is over 50 years old. it has been handed down from father to son and now to me. i would l

    hi, i inherited a mauser cal. 270 that is over 50 years old. it has been handed down from father to son and now to me. i would like to know if i need to register that firearm. and what i need to do. i believe we do not have the original registration because it was bought so long ago and has been handed down the family. i live in california. any help will help thanks

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