Originally Posted by MoAmmoPlease
The plot thickens a bit as I have found that anything I do get must be in compliance. No collapsable stock but I'm having trouble decyphering what else that entails. I HOPE it doesn't mean a fixed mag. I sure don't mind 10 rounds for general use but hey you never know. Do they even make them with a fixed 10 round mag or would they accept a larger capacity mag when the laws change?? Maybe I will just get the RR Predator. Not much room for doodads but a nice piece of glass and it might be an OK yote gun. What the heck!! We can't hunt anything with a rifle here except yotes anyway. This will be more like a fun at the range plinker rather than anything else. I would still pick up the 20g with 3" #4 buck for in house use anyway. Small light and will make most people RUN!!
I tried reading the attorney general's rules but you have to be a lawyer to digest that crap..
Pete's mailbox was full so I will try him again up in Hampton.
Could anyone tell me the LOP of a average stocked AR???
TY again gentleman!!!
In most states, like f'n NJ compliant usually means post-ban. In short no collapsible stock, flash suppressor or bayonet lug. That pretty much rules out most A2/M4 configurations unless its built to be compliant. YMMV check with a local dealer as recommended, they will know for sure what you can buy and will stock it. One of the big drawbacks with online ordering is the magazine. I have been told by several online dealers that even if a rifle ships with no evil gun features I cannot have it shipped to NJ if it has a 30rnd mag from the manufacturer. The seller is not permitted to open the box and throw the mag away, trust me I have asked.
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