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Old 04-04-2012, 11:17 PM   #1
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was looking at the magnet button tool ..for all Ca Ar owners, what do you guys use?



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Old 04-04-2012, 11:21 PM   #2
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This is prolly dumb question but what is a bullet button?



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Its a stoopid Californian law thingy. (the bullet converts your AR into a fixed magazine rifle. You need a tool to drop your magazines CrYcRyCrY)

I like Raddlocks. When I go shoot out of state or convert to featureless, it takes about 5 seconds to change between tool and tool-less modes.

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The best tool is to drop mags are a pair of gloves and

http://www.parallaxtactical.com/store/search/results.html?search_in_description=1&keyword=RELEA SE+TOOL
or if your feeling a little light in the loafers
http://www.parallaxtactical.com/store/finger-tip-magazine-lock-tool-hot-pink-460.html

also I have all these on my magazines as backups, just in case
http://ubbt.net/kit-a.html

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That sucks

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Man are you sure those r Gun tools ? that pink thing looks kinda kinky . LOL

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That sucks
Ya that and 10 round magazines, really really suck.
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was looking at the magnet button tool ..for all Ca Ar owners, what do you guys use?
Btw if they catch you with a magnetic BB tool on your gun, that's an automatic felony for having an unregistered assualt weapon. Don't do it. Magnetic tools attach themselves to your AR and are considered part of your gun. Unless you go featureless its a bad move.
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I'd just go featureless, but it's my opinion and not my gun.

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I'd just go featureless, but it's my opinion and not my gun.
I'll just stay the hell out of Kommiefornia.


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