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Mojamz
04-26-2009, 7:05 AM
Not sure if this is the right place to post this question but here goes:

Is a pistol grip stock 10/22 conversion legal in CA?

domokun
04-26-2009, 6:06 PM
Pistol grips on 10/22s are legal as the AW laws only apply to CENTERFIRE rifles only. 10/22s are rimfire.

jinggoyd1967
04-27-2009, 9:01 AM
Now you know it's legal. So which one are you getting?

mydogsmonkey
04-27-2009, 9:41 AM
yup legal, none of the AW features count since its a rimfire, only the 26" OAL law

Mojamz
04-27-2009, 7:50 PM
Well, I've decided to trick out my 10/22... I have an 11.5 inch barrel on it's way and a 5.5" carbine flash hider that will be welded on. Also on the way is a UTG Quad Rail. The thing should look pretty cool... most of the barrel will be hidden under the rail with the flash hider mounted just forward of the rail. I have a red dot to put on it and some old hi cap mags.

What else should I consider??

domokun
04-28-2009, 3:11 AM
Well, I've decided to trick out my 10/22... I have an 11.5 inch barrel on it's way and a 5.5" carbine flash hider that will be welded on. Also on the way is a UTG Quad Rail. The thing should look pretty cool... most of the barrel will be hidden under the rail with the flash hider mounted just forward of the rail. I have a red dot to put on it and some old hi cap mags.

What else should I consider??

Make sure that the barrel and flash hider are welded on together prior to you taking possession of it to avoid any SBR constructive possession issues...

Mojamz
04-28-2009, 5:39 AM
Absolutely... first things, first!

Thanks

Mo

Texas Boy
04-28-2009, 9:32 AM
The other issue to watch is mags. Nothing wrong with using a "high capacity" magazine in a 22LR - even with evil features - as these laws also only apply to center fire. HOWEVER - the ban on importation, sale, purchase, or manufacture of "high capacity" magazines still applies - regardless of the type of ammunition they hold. So hopefully you still have those 30 round 10/22 mags you bought pre-ban.