You cannot own the PLR-26 or any other Kel Tec pistol in California at this time. They are not on the California DOJ Approved Handgun List. There is more than one reason it is not, and will not be on that list (until they change the laws); but it is not. From a cursory look at the Kel Tec website it appears to fit the California definition of an assault weapon, and due to the factory configuration cannot be sold in California. (AG Lockyear determined that it was the factory configuration that counts, not any modifications that can or have been performed, I don't know if AG Brown is still enforcing this rule.) Check out the California DOJ website for weapons that can legally be sold in California by dealers. Private party sales are fine as long as other laws/rules are not violated. And by the way, you cannot get a permit for high capacity magazines in California. Dealers can get a license to deal in high capacity magazines, but private citizens cannot buy, sell, trade, give, loan, import, etc. high capacity magazines in California.