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In CA, residents can't buy or sell mags. with greater than a 10 rnd. capacity. Example, you can sell a Para 1911 .45 auto P-14, but not the original 14 rnd. mags.
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1. Could those mags. be sold and shipped direct by CA gun owner to another state more friendly to gun owners?
2. Could a CA FFL ship the mags. to a TX FFL?
3. Could the gun owner sell the gun & mags. direct and have a CA FFL ship to another state like TX or FL?

Two important selling features beyond product quality to some potential buyers is of course fire power in addition to stopping power.

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Boy it sounds like people in California may need to hire a lawyer if they want to buy or sell guns and accessories. Don't know but that may be one good reason I see a bunch of cars with California plates on Texas roads.
Sorry I have no answers for you however if you need the name and phone number of a Texas FFL agent in the Dallas area let me know.

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Thanks, I got an answer yesterday. There is a LGS that has a clause in their FFL that enables me to:
1. Sell the gun and hi-cap mags. outright to LGS.
2. Sign an auction agreement with LGS.
Either way the LGS will advertise, re-sell, or auction off my guns & OEM mags. in other US states or countries that don't have CA type hi-cap mag. restrictions.
Other CA gun stores that don't have the above mentioned "clause" have to advertise and stipulate (no magazine).
 
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