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1994 Los Angeles County Firearm Closure Map.


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Does anyone know where one physically exists?

The quality of the online version is so poor I can't make out borders and boundaries in a few key areas in Angeles National Forest. If I could track down a copy, even hanging on a wall in an office somewhere, I could mark my own maps off of it.

I assumed it was horribly outdated but I just spoke to a warden and it's the map he referred me to.



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I've been looking for one for like 6 years. I met and old timer in d11 by Azusa dam. He had one and said a ranger gave to him. I've been to a lot of offices and they don't know what I'm talking about. Then they point me to a fire dept. there is one on line but it shows ver blurryhttps://www.google.com/search?q=map+los+angeles+fire+arms+closure&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=nimv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwib1vaS34LVAhVX32MKHbMkAtAQ_AUICigC&biw=375&bih=559#imgrc=JLY9rAOMq8ywWM:


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Thanks man.
I'm new around here but I recognize you from some of the earlier threads about this map. Seems like it's a legend. The online one is good enough for a general idea, but I'd love to see one in person so I could get some details.
I'll give you a heads up if I find anything.

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