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scr83jp
03-06-2009, 7:15 PM
While checking www.bivwak.com I saw a Ruger Charger 22 handgun with an opening bid of $150 that I wanted to bid on until I checked CA regs --not approved so I told a friend in Pa about it & he bid the $150, no one else bid until the last couple of minutes $155 and got it.Last night they had 25 bags of 150gr Nosler E Tip 2nds with a beginning bid of $14,it peeked at $16.26 with free shipping,a friend got in on the bidding and got 4 50 round bags.I didn't need any as I have 9 boxes of 150gr E Tips from previous auctions.

spddrcr
03-07-2009, 1:09 AM
ummmm.... thanks for sharing:confused:

B.D.Dubloon
03-07-2009, 1:11 AM
I want a Charger too, but I have to agree with spddrcr.

bombadillo
03-07-2009, 5:30 PM
I have a dangly in my nose. :willy_nilly:

Saigon1965
03-07-2009, 6:23 PM
Hopefully the list will be defeated soon enough -

Dakitez
03-29-2009, 11:56 AM
Why is the charger not CA legal?

bussda
03-29-2009, 2:33 PM
Why is the charger not CA legal?

Reciting from other threads.

It is not on the list of California Approved Firearms. (Ref: NRF)

It is an "Assault Weapon." (Ref: Magazine on a pistol does not go through the grip.)

ojisan
03-29-2009, 2:53 PM
But converted to a single shot it would be legal to import and buy.
;)

Dakitez
04-22-2009, 10:31 PM
so does the charger fall under the rule of its illegal to buy or sell in CA but not illegal to have and use?

ke6guj
04-22-2009, 11:08 PM
A stock Charger is illegal to buy/sell in CA because it is an Assault Weapon.

A Charger modified to have a fixed 10-round mag is legal to possess in CA, but can't be purchased through a dealer, except in a cosignment/PPT transfer due to Roster issues.

A Charger modified into a single-shot handgun is legal to purchase through a dealer since it is Roster-exempt.