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ArkinDomino
03-19-2008, 21:39
I used a carbine chambered in .357 today and it was blast to shoot! I've been wanting This (http://glockparts.com/store/item/1y14p/Carbine_Kits/Mech_Tech_Carbine_Conversion_Kit_G-19.html) but I was told it was not CA legal. IS this true? I can't find any info on this.

Quiet
03-20-2008, 00:25
In it's unmodified form, installation of a Mech-Tech CCU on a Glock/1911 would be a felony in CA.
Since, you would be manufacturering an unregistered assault weapon.

You can own it, but can't install it in CA.

You can modify a Glock/1911, then install it and you would be CA legal.

Modification would require you to fix a 10 round magazine in place while using the Mech-Tech CCU.
Most common modification, is to grind down the magazine release of the Glock/1911 until it is flush with the grip and you can not operate it without the use of a tool.

Go here to learn more.
www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=76754&highlight=mech+tech

TKM
03-20-2008, 01:33
A very small article in the new American Rifleman mentioned that Microtech(the knife company, getting into guns) will be coming out with a pistol caliber carbine set up for Glock magazines. No sign of it on the website, though.

Quiet
03-20-2008, 18:37
A very small article in the new American Rifleman mentioned that Microtech(the knife company, getting into guns) will be coming out with a pistol caliber carbine set up for Glock magazines. No sign of it on the website, though.

They showed it off at the 2008 SHOT show.

It's basically one of their AUGs that takes Glock magazines. Will be initally available in 9x19mm, .40S&W, 10mmAuto and .45ACP. With .357SIG and .45GAP following later on.

Here's is a pic of a .45ACP version they had at the SHOT show.
http://www.lundestudio.com/2008SHOTShow/Day3/msar-carbine.jpg

miwall
04-17-2008, 22:06
Is that CA legal??