CA. AW Flow Chart

Discussion in 'California Gun Forum' started by mrm14, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. mrm14

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  2. AcidFlashGordon

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    OMG!! Is that what you folks in the Peoples' Яepublik of Kalifornia have to really put up with by way of gun "laws?" That made my eyes hurt just noting all the statute violations! :eek:
     

  3. mrm14

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    Yeah..., kind of silly laws in my opinion.
     
  4. AcidFlashGordon

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    No matter how you slice it, that s**t is F'ed up.... :mad:
     
  5. Combat-Mechanix

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    Is this forum even legal in California?
     
  6. mudpupp

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    One of the best commiefornia jokes I have heard.

    I heard that the first amendment was redacted in the republic. ;)
     
  7. Popgun

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    I'm from this crazy peoples republic (unfortunately). What are some good firearms that come close to, but currently pass these requirements for Kali? Do any of you know of specific weapons?

    Thanks
     
  8. mrm14

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    Unfortunately, at least as I understand it, if you are to buy a current new or used firearm of any type here in Cali., you are limited to 10 round magazines. The AK and AR type weapons I believe have to have fixed 10 round magazines. Other rifles like the Springfield M1A and Ruger Mini-14 are also limited to 10 round magzines but they can be detachable.
     
  9. Ryno702

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    I also live in this poopy gun state. I am from Las Vegas and moved to California and had to leave my own firearms in Vegas with Family. Anywho, it is ten rounds max in nething. You have to have a " Bullet Button" ( some stupid button you have to use a Bullet to push for mag release)... AR and AK' s fall in that. Can't have old Sks with drop out mag but you can own a Mini 14 with no bullet button and a ten round mag. So contradictive.
     
  10. pagj17

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    My ar doesn't have a bullet button:p and it's not an AW either:p the laws, however, do suck.
     
  11. pagj17

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    Unless you've had them from before the ban:p
    Ar/aks can have a "modified" pistol grip to prevent the thumb from wrapping around it, a comp instead of a flash hider, and a fixed stock, and have detachable mags.
     
  12. mrm14

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    I often wonder about the "before the ban" thing when it comes to over 10 round magazines. I don't know about you but when did you ever see a serial number on a magazine for a M1A or a Mini-14? Or for any firearm for that matter. How would they prove that magazines you may have are before or after the ban? I've herd that you can own all the high capacity magazines you want here but that you just can't use them in a firearm. Dont know if that statement is really true or not. In some situations the laws here regarding this have too many holes in them.
     
  13. pagj17

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    Well, the while innocent until proven guilty plays into it big time, because a police officer has to prove that you manufactured them or transfered/imported them. The dates stamped on some mags do no good because "all my mag bodies needed replacement officer " and there is no further recourse.