Discussion in 'On Topic' started by shiizz0n, Jan 5, 2008.
The McMillan M2A?
For the M1A/M14? I dont think so. if you want a p gripish stock the JAE is cali legal.
Ridiculous. That's it. I'm sick of CA's dumb laws.
Anyone want to adopt me?
M1 has a box mag right?
As in you can't remove it. Should be CA legal.
Try looking on www.calguns.net
M1A has removable mag. M1 Garand is box.
Ok, if he pins the mag pistol grip is ok. CA ftmfl
If your semiautomatic centerfire rifle has a detachable magazine it can not have a pistol grip or flash hider or folding/telescoping stock, etc. If you have a fixed mag rifle, or a rimfire rife, or a bolt action rifle, you can have any of those items.
So you CAN own the M2A stock in CA
as long as
your mag is fixed to the rifle (removed by a tool, such as a bullet)
According to CA PC 12276.1 yes.
That is clearly ridiculous.
Why all the hassle?
Feel-good legislation to calm the sheeple who are afraid of the evil black rifles.
I mean, what makes a pistol grip make a rifle so scary anyway?
Because you can hose down school kids easier with one, and shoot down planes if you have one of those shoulder things that go up too.
You mean a telescoping stock?
No a barrel shroud.
IIRC the excuse was that it makes it easier to "spray-fire" from the hip, which is supposedly more dangerous than the aimed controlled fire that just about every military on earth stresses. I'm still trying to figure out the ergonomics of it, wouldnt it put a hell of a lot more strain on the wrist to fire a pistol grip weapon from the hip than properly from the shoulder?