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Riflegear
08-05-2009, 12:36 PM
That's right, Riflegear has been working closely with LWRC to bring these awesome guns to California.

We now have them on-hand and in-stock.

They come with a bullet button and single-round magazine installed to be California legal and roster-exempt and also include a Blue Force Gear padded single-point sling on a QD Sling Swivel.

They are being sold for $2096 + Tax + DROS

http://riflegear.com/p-608-lwrc-psd-pistol.aspx
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2640/3799926046_8c30e5e4f3_b.jpg

rodog
08-06-2009, 3:32 PM
Do you plan on keeping these in stock? I have already sent an email and wonder about shipping.

shark92651
08-06-2009, 5:36 PM
Do you plan on keeping these in stock? I have already sent an email and wonder about shipping.

That's the plan. Shipping should be about $25.00

lehn20
08-06-2009, 8:12 PM
I dont see them on the website yet.

LasVegasTaxMan
08-07-2009, 3:39 PM
Pics? I dont see them on your site either. thanks.

Riflegear
08-07-2009, 6:12 PM
bump for pic up top. Will get it on the website soon, hopefully tomorrow.

Riflegear
08-08-2009, 2:19 PM
bump for link up top

LasVegasTaxMan
08-09-2009, 7:40 PM
What a nice piece. The buffer, is that an ace or spikes, or what brand...just curious it seems rather short.

BONECUTTER
08-09-2009, 9:00 PM
What a nice piece. The buffer, is that an ace or spikes, or what brand...just curious it seems rather short.

It appears to be a GSE pistol tube. I took one apart and its a pretty trick design.

http://www.gunsmokeenterprises.net/AR15_Pistol_Kits_GSE.html

jmf_tracy
08-10-2009, 10:41 PM
wow, i really want one of theses. what is the deal with the bullet button? if it is a pistol then why does it need one? is a VFG on a pistol a no-no?

Riflegear
08-11-2009, 9:49 AM
wow, i really want one of theses. what is the deal with the bullet button? if it is a pistol then why does it need one? is a VFG on a pistol a no-no?

California defines assault weapon as a semi-automatic pistol with any features like: Magazine-well outside the pistol grip, threaded barrel, etc. The PSD's have both of these, therefore a bullet button is required to make them California-legal.

They are single-shot for roster-exemption, but become semi-automatic if you replace the magazine with a 10rd mag.

A VFG on a pistol is a very big no-no unless you register your pistol as an AOW with the Feds.