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Nylo
05-23-2005, 12:13 AM
Whats the deal on original M1 carbine with 15 round mags, legal? What about a para trooper folding stock?

Thanks,
Nylo

C.G.
05-23-2005, 12:28 AM
Whats the deal on original M1 carbine with 15 round mags, legal? What about a para trooper folding stock?
If you owned the 15 rounders prior to the ban, you are OK; if you are thinking about picking them up now - no way. Para trooper stock would make it an assault weapon, therefore illegal, unless you pin the mag.

jimx
05-23-2005, 5:40 PM
Read the 3rd post

http://calguns.net/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/7736030741/m/57010103521

slo5oh
05-27-2005, 9:45 AM
what is it about the para folding stocks that makes them cali illegal?

imported_QuarterBoreGunner
05-28-2005, 10:52 AM
Hypothetical situation: suppose back in 2000, when those that were in legal possession of ‘assault weapons’ registered them with the state, someone registered a M1 carbine as an assault weapon, when in fact it didn’t meet the definition the DOJ had. That is, it had a standard stock, no flash suppressor and no pistol grip.

Just a plain old M1 carbine.

So then when the 94 federal ban expired in September of last year, suppose you went and put a folding paratrooper stock on it?

It’s already registered as an assault weapon as far as the state is concerned; it can be more of an assault weapon, right?

And as far as the feds are concerned it’s good to go as well.

Does this make sense?

C.G.
05-28-2005, 11:28 AM
Hypothetical situation: suppose back in 2000, when those that were in legal possession of ‘assault weapons’ registered them with the state, someone registered a M1 carbine as an assault weapon, when in fact it didn’t meet the definition the DOJ had. That is, it had a standard stock, no flash suppressor and no pistol grip.
If it indeed was registered as an assault weapon, you can pretty much do anything you want except sell it.

delloro
05-28-2005, 12:47 PM
If it indeed was registered as an assault weapon, you can pretty much do anything you want except sell it.[/QUOTE]

or devise it within the state