GUN pre-ban

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  1. islanderman7

    islanderman7 New Member

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    how do you tell if a magazine is preban?
     
  2. TwoGuns

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    You don't.
     
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    Before the ban there were no date stamps,after there were date stamps.
     
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    are you referring to the Cali ban or the Fed ban?
     
  5. islanderman7

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    cali ban. are they not the same?
     
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    makes sense. thanks
     
  7. striker754

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    There is no federal ban.
     
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    There is no federal ban, but doesn't the cali ban forbit any magazines with larger than a 10 round capacity?
     
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    If you are thinking about bringing any sort of standard capacity magazine into California, please don't post on a public forum. However, it is legal to replace parts on an existing standard capacity with parts from a mag made after 200.
     
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    :mamoru: import them as parts. assemble. win.
     
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    that is illegal. i just want to know if the magazines that my father haves are preban/
     
  12. TwoGuns

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    There's pretty much no way to tell. If they're already in CA, and your dad doesn't remember where/when he got them, just forget about it.
     
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    no, that is not illegal. It is perfectly legal to import replacement parts for a magazine. and besides, the ban regulates the purchase/acquiring of mags, not the posession. If you already have them, then go shooting and dont worry. Most LEOs I know dont give a shit if someone has a standard cap mag, they only notice if you have something like a 100 round mag or something.
     
  14. mds2004

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    Could I take out my AR with my father's 30 round magazines to the range or does he have to be there?

    I am only 19 so I was wondering if they would get mad at me because I was not old enough to have them myself during the ban.
     
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    The ranges around here wouldn't question you. I doubt bakersfield is any more strict. I wouldn't worry about it. Mind your own business, don't shoot like a dumbass, and you should be fine.
     
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    +1, hell, that applies to basically everything in life.
     

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