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My buddy bought a shotgun and his parents won't allow him to keep it in their house so he started keeping it in his car. He eventually decided that wasn't a great idea so he asked if he could keep it at my house. I said sure cause he said I can take it shooting whenever I want. I've had it in my possession for about 6-8 moths and will probably have it another 6-8 months or more. Am I legally allowed to shoot that gun? Take it to the range and what not without him? I live in CA if that makes a difference. Thanks for any help you can give.
 

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I don't live in Kalifornia, but my advice to you would be to check with local law enforcement for the regulations for the particular county you live in. I now that here in COlorado, there used to be restrictions as to specific cities and counties that you were able to transport a gun into or through... otherwise, I'd say.. go out and but some clay pigeons, and have fun while it's at your house.
 

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My buddy bought a shotgun and his parents won't allow him to keep it in their house so he started keeping it in his car. He eventually decided that wasn't a great idea so he asked if he could keep it at my house. I said sure cause he said I can take it shooting whenever I want. I've had it in my possession for about 6-8 moths and will probably have it another 6-8 months or more. Am I legally allowed to shoot that gun? Take it to the range and what not without him? I live in CA if that makes a difference. Thanks for any help you can give.
Assuming you are legally qualified to own/posses a shotgun and it's a legal configuration, sure.

Other states may have variations on what/who are legal, but borrowing a gun in CA is OK if you are legal to own it.
 

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Assuming you are legally qualified to own/posses a shotgun and it's a legal configuration, sure.

Other states may have variations on what/who are legal, but borrowing a gun in CA is OK if you are legal to own it.
Oh ok cool, yup, I'm legally allowed to own a gun. And it's just a standard mossburg 500
 
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