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Hi all,

Great to be here, this site is great, just joined up. I have a quick question (I hope this is the right part of the forum to post this) I'm hoping someone can answer, trying to find out this info on other websites has been very trying even the DOJ website. My brother who lives in Nebraska (I live in California) is giving me his 9mm HK usp Handgun as a gift. (Both of us have clean records, no issue there) My friend and his brother-in-law (who is a Riverside County Deputy Sheriff) are bringing the handgun back for me after their hunting trip in Nebraska. Does anyone know the exact procedure for how to register the handgun once I have it in California? I have browsed through the forum topics here and used the search feature, but couldn't find anything at all that is similar to my situation.

Thanks in advance for your help.
 

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Thanks for all the help everybody, I just finally got through the Peoples Republic of California Bureau of Firearms (lol) and was told like you all said, that brothers can't gift to brothers only siblings to parents or vice versa...sigh...oh well, so I was told I had to have the gun shop in Nebraska ship the handgun to a gun shop in California which it seems will be no problem (thank the lord). Of course I do have to wait the required 10 days and take the silly commonsense gun safety test required by California. I have been shooting guns my whole life, from hunting with my grandpa in Nebraska, to shooting many weapons in the Marine Corp and then being with L.A. County sheriff for 10 years, but I suppose its a good idea to weed out the idiots, because if someone can't pass that easy test they most likely shouldn't own or shoot a weapon hehe. Yea my brother is very nice to give me his HK and I appreciate it, I will have to do something very nice for him like buy him 10 steak dinners or more haha.

Again thanks for all the help and the fast responses, you all are great, I feel like I'm in Nebraska again with the neighborly help and Comradery.
 
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