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Can you get an alcohol tobacco firearms license in California?

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2010-01-11 23:54:56
2010-01-11 23:54:56

Yes. Otherwise, there could be no legal gun dealers, collectors, manufacturers or gunsmiths in California. Dealers, manufacturers, and gun smiths must- by FEDERAL law, hold a license issued by the BATFE.

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