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44 Revolver of some type

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I live in Florida and a dear friend in San Diego who's husband died a few years ago has a ? 44 in a cowboy action rig of some sort had some ammo green from corrosion in the holster. She asked me what should she do?. Charlie brought it from Indiana forty years ago, back when there was no problem. I told her, her Boys might want dads gun, but with the California Laws I did not know what to tell her about the corroded ammo (how to dispose of it) or about California's transfer laws or ownership etc.. Bottom line she has a weapon she has no use for, no training for. Whether her sons do or not I do not know.

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