GUN how does the AWB affect California?

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  1. sushibug

    sushibug :happysad:

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    I read up on a couple websites and I'm guessing we get to have 10+ round mags, pistol grips on rifles, etc etc. But do we get to purchase "assault" rifles now? I'll probably move out of California if thats what it'll take to own a AR-15 legally. :hs:
     
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    ShackleMeNot MINDSET

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    The sunset will do nothing for you. CA state law will still own you.
     
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    Painkiller Sometimes remembering is better than forgetting

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    Since the PRK is run by a bunch of fucking nazis who want to take everybodys guns away because they think their the root of all evil, Your going to still be screwed. :o
    You need to move out of that overrated place :o
     
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    sushibug :happysad:

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    bummer!
     
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    RealFastV6 OMFGh4x0rzZ!!111

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    You could build one of those stripper clip lowers if you're intent on staying under the rule of the Caliban.
     
  6. TwoGuns

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    Legally, it means nothing. Illegally, it means you can go to Nevada/Arizona and buy 30 round mags for cheaper. Now I'm not condoning that illegal action, but hypothetically, they can't really prove you didn't have those magazines before '94.
     
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    Or if you just want a semi-auto .223 rifle that accepts AR magazines, buy a Keltec SU-16.
     
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    more info? im a rifle newb. is this where ive got to basically build the gun from scratch and that makes it legal?
     
  9. TwoGuns

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    They make a cali-legal AR with a lower reciever that has a fixed 10 round magazine that you have to load by swinging the upper up, then loading with a stripper clip. Pretty lame.....and I'm not exactly sure why it's legal because supposedly anything with an AR reciever is illegal. But I've seen them sold, so apparently they are.

    The same goes for the AK. They say anything with an AK reciever is illegal in CA, hence the banning of Saiga rifles and shotguns, yet they allow the PAR-1, which is just an AK that has a pump action attached instead of semi-auto.

    It's all fucking retarded.
     
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    Oh, and no. You can't assemble a restricted weapon here either. No loophole through that.
     
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    People's Republic of Kal-E-for-nee-uh?
     

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