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  • kimkim2016
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    Originally posted by DarkMetalWolf View Post
    You are allowed to have a gun permit at 18 in Ca., however, you can not buy a handgun until you are 21.
    can you tell me what the law code is that?



    https://oag.ca.gov/firearms/pubfaqs#5
    A person must be at least 18 years of age to purchase a rifle or shotgun. To purchase a handgun, a person must be at least 21 years of age.
    Now 2016 you have to take A safety certificate for riles, shotguns,handguns. its good for two years and you must show this when you buy guns are different shops I believe.


    Can I give a firearm to my adult child? Can he/she give it back to me later?

    Yes, as long as the adult child receiving the firearm is not in a prohibited category, pdf and the firearm is legal to possess (e.g., not an assault weapon). The transfer of a firearm between a parent and child or a grandparent and grandchild is exempt from the dealer transfer requirement. The exemption does not apply to step-children/step-parents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, or cousins.



    Arm guards must be 21, carry gun 21, CCW 21, BSIS Firearms permit 21.
    Last edited by kimkim2016; 05-31-2016, 01:17 AM.

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  • Consolewatcher
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    Originally posted by ContractSec Level III View Post
    Cops who falsely arrest other people will go to jail. It's called the law.

    I know my job. I don't need some pre teen in middle school trying to pass off as a cop trying to tell me how to do my job.


    You'd better get yourself a new shine box.
    Even if a police officer "falsely arrested" someone, it's unlikelely he/she would go to jail unless it was shown to be deliberately malicious or so outside of the law that the police officer couldn't possibly have thought it was legal.

    As a security guard, don't try to arrest a police officer. It's just going to end badly. If you feel they've committed a crime, deal with it after the fact by reporting the circumstances to your supervisor. If you feel it's really necessary, call (other) police.

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  • ContractSec Level III
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    Originally posted by Soper View Post
    Why do all these low trained, uneducated, frustrated wanna-be cops keep trying to tell cops HOW to do their jobs? You are telling me that security guards are going to "cuff and stuff" a police officer, doing his job. One that you apparently don't understand.

    Another sterling example of the security guard. I thought you were trying to be seen as a professional..?

    BTW: since I am the SOLE issuer of shine boxes, I can't go get it.
    Cops who falsely arrest other people will go to jail. It's called the law.

    I know my job. I don't need some pre teen in middle school trying to pass off as a cop trying to tell me how to do my job.


    You'd better get yourself a new shine box.

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  • Condo Guard
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    Good Lord, we've turned into the Yahoo! comments section!

    Now if we can just get Rick to put a bullet in the zombie thread, we can get back to seeing what name Iraqi Freedom 2000 is using this week...

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  • Soper
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    Why do all these low trained, uneducated, frustrated wanna-be cops keep trying to tell cops HOW to do their jobs? You are telling me that security guards are going to "cuff and stuff" a police officer, doing his job. One that you apparently don't understand.

    Another sterling example of the security guard. I thought you were trying to be seen as a professional..?

    BTW: since I am the SOLE issuer of shine boxes, I can't go get it.

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  • ContractSec Level III
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    Originally posted by Soper View Post
    Contract should be arrested for the posts he made. BTW contract, nobody would "cuff and stuff" a police officer. You are, once again, full of it...
    Cops do get arrested for false imprisonment you moron.

    Go get your shine box.

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  • Soper
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    Contract should be arrested for the posts he made. BTW contract, nobody would "cuff and stuff" a police officer. You are, once again, full of it...

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  • Frankenstein
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    I ain't never needed gun. I benched and squat, so I carried my 'guns' wherever I went.

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  • Caedes
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    At least people are posting

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  • TOII
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    8 years old...has got to be a record.

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  • CTEXSEC1
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    Holy necro-post, Batman!

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  • ContractSec Level III
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    Originally posted by Lawson View Post
    The officer saw what he believed to be a suspicious circumstance, and a fellow with a gun none-the-less. An Investigative detention was conducted and handcuffs were warranted.

    I do think the officer should have been a little better informed, but crap happens on both sides of the shop.
    Nope. Ignorance of the law can't be used as a defense.

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  • ContractSec Level III
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    Originally posted by AZInterceptor View Post
    I don't think that situation would ever go that far, the most he would get is a complaint or a letter in his file.
    Sure it would. What the cop just committed was unlawful restraint or false imprisonment under California law. Ignorance of the law can't be used as a defense. The cop THOUGHT the guard was breaking the law and detained him. That's enough to get him cuffed and stuffed around here.

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  • ContractSec Level III
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    Originally posted by publicsafetyred View Post
    I started out as an armed security officer in California at 18. I got some friction from two local deputies who didn't fully understand the law. At 21 I was actually handcuffed and detained for a while by a local cop who didn't think security guard in California were allowed to be armed! He said it just didn't make sense to him.
    If the cop tried that around here, he would be cuffed and stuffed for unlawful restraint.

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  • Lawson
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    The officer saw what he believed to be a suspicious circumstance, and a fellow with a gun none-the-less. An Investigative detention was conducted and handcuffs were warranted.

    I do think the officer should have been a little better informed, but crap happens on both sides of the shop.

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