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coltn46920
09-20-2009, 12:43 PM
Will you guys be selling any cali legal ar pistol's?

Atlantic Firearms
09-21-2009, 3:21 AM
We do not offer them at this time , what needs to be done to them to make them legal to ship ? We can run this info by the main office & our lawyer to see if they will consider the plan .

freakshow10mm
09-21-2009, 4:41 AM
Mag lock and bobsled (zero round magazine). Creates a single shot pistol without detachable magazine, thus not subject to the safety roster.

Atlantic Firearms
09-21-2009, 10:31 AM
How is the 1 round mag created ?

coltn46920
09-21-2009, 10:35 AM
bob sled
http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct/?productNumber=196189


Or just modifiy a magazine to except 1 round. By placing something between the follower and the end plate.

freakshow10mm
09-21-2009, 10:40 AM
Wooden dowels work well. Buy a crap load of 10rd mags. Cut wooden dowels to length to prevent follower travel and slide between the spring coils, put the floorplate back on. Add a mag lock like the Prince50 Bullet Button.

Then ship them to CA like that. After they are transferred the customer can take off the floorplate, remove the dowel, and they have a CA legal semi auto AR pistol.

ke6guj
09-21-2009, 10:42 AM
Its a zero-round mag, not a 1-round mag, that you need to use. If you can have one round in the chamber and one round inthe mag, you have a two-shot pistol, which does not fall under the single-shot exemption.

Easiest way to get a zero-round mag is to use the Bobsled, as Adam mentioned. http://www.dctechs.com/obspage.htm

freakshow10mm
09-21-2009, 10:49 AM
Ask around to a couple of dealers too. They will usually have a bobsled or three in the shop for the customer to use during transfer for a small rental fee/deposit. Then you just send the gun with mag lock to the dealer and they handle the rest.

Since the pistol doesn't have a detachable mag outside the pistol grip, due to the mag lock, it isn't an AW. A CA FFL can have a pistol not on the safety roster in their place, they just have to transfer it in a legal manner, whether it be roster exempt to a LEO or single shot to a mere mortal.

Atlantic Firearms
09-21-2009, 3:51 PM
We have no problem installing the mag lock and shipping if the dealer supplys the proper mag for legality issues . This would apply for the AR15 , AK47 pistols.

Atlantic Firearms
09-21-2009, 3:51 PM
Also we do thank you guys for the input & suggestions .

freakshow10mm
09-21-2009, 3:56 PM
We have no problem installing the mag lock and shipping if the dealer supplys the proper mag for legality issues . This would apply for the AR15 , AK47 pistols.
That's the way I'd do it.

When I made AR pistols, I supplied the bobsled mag, which quickly became a pain.

EBR Works
12-25-2009, 7:20 AM
So just to clarify, if I supply a 0 round mag and a Raddlock, will you install them and ship the Olympic Arms K23 Pistol to my willing FFL? Thanks!