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Old 04-02-2011, 02:41 PM   #21
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Well, yes. But, the way California laws are written, it leaves too much discretion to deem a unit like this a flash hider, which it is not. We designed the Mo-Reaper to be a muzzle brake, and that is how it functions. That doesn't mean that an ill-trained officer might see it and incorrectly label it as a flash hider. I'm thinking about writing up a very specific description and providing it to customers in California. Isn't it crazy over there?
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Back in 2000, I contacted California DOJ about approval of my brake for sale and use in California. They stated that they do not have a testing and approval process for determining weather a muzzle brake would be a non flash suppressor. California DOJ had me contact BATF for approval, which required me to send a sample for their consideration and testing. They would not just accept drawings and letter of description. Once approved by BATF as a non flash suppressor, a copy of the approval letter must be forwarded or sent to California DOJ Firearms Division for it to be legal in California. Just a bunch of California BS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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How can I get one or on the waiting list?

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Old 04-04-2011, 01:45 AM   #23
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Just get back to me after April 20. We're in a self-imposed temporary production shut-down for family reasons. After the 20th we should be able to fit any Mini-14 or Mini-30 with a Mo-Reaper...

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Thanks for the good news. No problem I will get back to you after the 20th. I hope everything goes well with the family.

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Didn't mean to imply a tragedy...My daughter is getting married in Florida. We're packing up her stuff & hauling it out there for her...
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Well, in that case, congratulations to the Bride to be and her proud Poppa.



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Thanks...That's one down & two to go! Here's the little bride herself...

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She's a cutie pie K.

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I just got my Mo-Reaper in the mail and installed it in about 15 minutes - taking my time. Installation was a complete snap.

I have not shot the rifle with it on there yet but in terms of workmanship I must say that I have rarely (if ever) seen something as well crafted as this thing. It is a work of art. It fit the rifle PERFECTLY and the degree of "polish" is just incredible. It is so cool that it was a bit sad to put it on the gun and then put the gun in the safe. If you have ANY doubts on this thing, it goes WAY beyond the value of any firearms add-on I have purchased for the price.

It is very cool to see folks design and build stuff like this...

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I just got my Mo-Reaper in the mail and installed it in about 15 minutes - taking my time. Installation was a complete snap.

I have not shot the rifle with it on there yet but in terms of workmanship I must say that I have rarely (if ever) seen something as well crafted as this thing. It is a work of art. It fit the rifle PERFECTLY and the degree of "polish" is just incredible. It is so cool that it was a bit sad to put it on the gun and then put the gun in the safe. If you have ANY doubts on this thing, it goes WAY beyond the value of any firearms add-on I have purchased for the price.

It is very cool to see folks design and build stuff like this...
Thanks for the feedback. Word of mouth has always been our best form of advertising at Mo-Rod / Mo-Reaper...KMO
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