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Jeffy
09-05-2008, 6:28 PM
I've have some basic questions on KAC.

First off, I know the AW List (http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/regs/chapter40.pdf) named Knights,


Knights SR-15 (all)
Knights SR-25 (all)
Knights RAS

What I'm wondering is, some KAC lowers are marked and would say SR-XX but some aren't. On those only the upper seems to be the says SR-15/SR-25, if at all. Also, I noticed KAC has a SR-16 which is not named but uses the same lower as the SR-15's.

Now I could see a problem if the upper and the lower are together but separated, would they be legal? So is it passable to get a KAC?

This sorta stems from seeing a KAC recommended in this thread:http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=116825


http://www.hdps.org/htm/KAC-M4-a.jpghttp://www.hdps.org/htm/KAC-M4-c.jpg

scfast
09-05-2008, 7:53 PM
If you can locate one that does not say SR-15 SR-25 or RAS on the lower than your GTG just like if you can find a DPMS that is not marked panther ...like you said a upper that is marked such with an unmarked lower would be a sticky situation though to the uninformed...that said i wonder if there are any SR-25 lowers that are not marked i want one

aplinker
09-05-2008, 8:43 PM
SR-16's are MGs. No, you can't get one.

That one is not listed, but there's no way in hell I'd match that upper with that lower. You can legally remove markings from an upper.

Solidsnake87
09-06-2008, 12:04 AM
lol. The SR-16 has the "16" in the title due to the fact it rolls with an M16 FCG. Its a MG only used for police/military use. Avoid the Knight's rifles if ur in Cali. While the off-list rifle thing has gained speed and is generally known, there are still interesting cases that pop up. If it seems too good to be true it usually is. Besides, nobody in their right mind is going to sell you the upper of their SR-15 or SR-25. Rifles like that are collector's items and come in a one piece deal. You'd be better off just building a look-alike using KAC stuff. It would better serve your wallet and your good standing with the law. I've built an SR-15 simply by using a RRA Predator persuit, bead blasted barrel finish, and a KAC SR-15 Free float system w/pop-up KAC irons.

Mississippi
09-06-2008, 1:39 AM
Knights are cool. Just move out of state.:jump:

jumbopanda
09-06-2008, 2:26 AM
The Knight's logo is badass, but I wouldn't bother with this.

aplinker
09-06-2008, 2:27 AM
Avoid the Knight's rifles if ur in Cali. While the off-list rifle thing has gained speed and is generally known, there are still interesting cases that pop up. If it seems too good to be true it usually is. Besides, nobody in their right mind is going to sell you the upper of their SR-15 or SR-25. Rifles like that are collector's items and come in a one piece deal. You'd be better off just building a look-alike using KAC stuff. It would better serve your wallet and your good standing with the law. I've built an SR-15 simply by using a RRA Predator persuit, bead blasted barrel finish, and a KAC SR-15 Free float system w/pop-up KAC irons.

I disagree. Off list is off list. There are plenty of RRA lowers that are of the same type of "off list." Colts, too.

You can find and buy them... they're not cheap.

Sorry, you don't have an SR-15 :p ;)