So I'll be driving down to southern California with the wife and kid to spend the holidays with my sister. We are planning on spending a little time out near Joshua tree and I thought it would be fun to do some plinking out there. I'd also like to have a handgun with me, for the usual reasons. My question is this- if my gun isn't on the roster of "safe" handguns can I even have it in my possession down there? It's a colt diamondback .22 (double action revolver) so afaik it meets all the requirements for California handguns- holds less than 10 rounds, etc.. But the only colts I found on the CA doj list are the Python and commander. I really don't want to lose this gun (or my gun rights) as it used to be my grandfathers. I will end up just leaving it at home if I can't find a definite answer, but the idea of spending an afternoon in the desert with my family, shooting a .22 revolver at pop cans is really appealing to me (and my wife, and my sister). If anyone knows the answer to my dilemma, speak up! Im also going to bring my gp-100 (on the roster) in case I have to give someone the business. And because it's fun to shoot at pop cans, too. I plan on following all laws regarding transport and storage in each state I pass through on the way down and back- obviously.