Simunation 9mm upper

Discussion in 'Training & Safety' started by felix1904, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. felix1904

    felix1904 New Member

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    I have an simunition upper I ended up with an can't find ammo. I live in CA. I wanted to know if anyone knew if its legal to own or sell? Any info would help. Thanks.
     
  2. Gizord1

    Gizord1 New Member

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    Simunition is a specially made paint round for law enforcement and military.

    They just recently expanded to civilian market, so you may find some ammo within a couple years.
    The firearms that shoot them need special made parts, such as a barrel, receiver, etc. (hence, the upper you have).
     

  3. felix1904

    felix1904 New Member

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    Do you know if I can se it withou getting in trouble?
     
  4. Gizord1

    Gizord1 New Member

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    Use it?
    If you can find the ammo, then go ahead.
    It shouldn't be illegal. It's paint rounds made for simulated firefights and scenarios. I don't see why it would be regulated.

    Well, I checked their website, and it said that for civilians they have approved ranges. Maybe you should contact them to be sure of the legality. I have only heard of a few selling online, but they should be legal.
     
    Last edited: Jul 2, 2013
  5. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Simunitions are not regulated under the law anywhere I am aware of. The manufacturer has not sold them to anyone except LE, Military and (perhaps) some security companies.

    We have Sim guns in a variety of makes. Our old MP-5's were converted to Sims some time back. They are a hoot to use