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GRIMLET
12-24-2012, 15:57
Is the current Ca compliant AR in line with the old AWB?

Serious question here.
PLEASE no gun control/government posts.
I have a friend who is exploring all possibilities on modifying his Noveske 6.8 he uses for hunting. This includes making his California compliant. IF he has too.

Thanks.

bmoore
12-24-2012, 15:59
No, we can have just about all the "evil" features as long as a bullet button is installed.

XDRoX
12-24-2012, 16:35
Yep, just replace the mag release with a bullet button. You can get them online for under $20. Replace the mag release with the BB and you're good to go. Just remember no mags over 10 rounds. Even if the mags are pre-2000 and legally owned. You can not use them in an AR even with a BB. 10 rounders or less only.

GRIMLET
12-24-2012, 16:51
So it CAN be a detachable magazine? As long as it is 10 rounds or less.
No flash hider/muzzle brake
Pinned or fixed stock

Thanks guys.

lawman800
12-25-2012, 01:54
So it CAN be a detachable magazine? As long as it is 10 rounds or less.
No flash hider/muzzle brake
Pinned or fixed stock

Thanks guys.

Well, the BB makes it technically a "non-detachable" magazine so it becomes CA legal.

Then you can use all the ten rounders you want, as long as it takes a "tool" to release, which can be the tip of a bullet.

Yes on flash hiders, muzzle brakes, bayonet lug, collapsing stock, pistol grip, bipod, can opener, key ring, first aid kit, sunglasses holder, CD changer, Blu-Ray player, lasers, lights, cameras, action, whatever you want it to be.

The key point is that there are CA assault weapons, but having a BB makes it a non-assault weapon, so all the assault weapons restrictions no longer apply.

GRIMLET
12-25-2012, 06:47
Key ring, bottle opener! Hahaha

I had a stupid thought the mag had to be permanently affixed.

Thanks guys.