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Old 02-27-2013, 01:14 AM   #1
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Default 30 round mag blocking to 15 in nj

Is it legal to buy a 30 round pmag rebuild kit with 15 round block in nj?
Can i buy a 30 round mag, block it to 15 and pin it myself?

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Old 02-27-2013, 02:30 AM   #2
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I'm not sure how it is in the states, but I know we can do that in Canada. So long as the magazine is blocked with either a rivet at a certain location or a stoping device of sorts, it's legal.

Best thing for you to do would be to ask a lawyer or someone in your area who would know for sure if its allowable for you.

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Not legal to possess the 30 rnd mag in NJ...body is considered the mag I believe so pulling the guts out doesn't save you. Have you looked for the pmag 15/30s or 10/20s, they are 10 or 15 rounders built from a 20 or 30 round body. About $30 if you can find them but they shouldn't be as hard to find as the 20 and 30 rounders, nobody is looking to hoard 10 or 15 round mag.



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