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marklbucla
04-22-2006, 10:42 PM
Are there any offlists stamped ".22LR?"

xenophobe
04-23-2006, 1:21 AM
There are none that I am aware of.

Lauer Custom Weaponry does not have any caliber stamped...
Mega offers a "multi" as does a few others... those would work just fine for a dedicated .22LR.

Henry47
04-23-2006, 1:42 AM
I've seen a complete rifle at target masters in Milpitas that had a lower which stated it was .22LR. It had an open magwell also.

James R.
04-23-2006, 5:47 PM
The language of the AWB is quite clear in stipulating centerfire. 22 LR is a rimfire cartridge so short of violating the combinatorial rules of SB23 I should think swapping back and forth from 223 Rem to a 22LR setup should be totally Kosher.

BTW - First post here :-) I've got two DoubleStar lowers that went into DROS Friday night.

Regards,

James R.

marklbucla
04-23-2006, 5:57 PM
If a 6.8 or .223 Lower has a .22LR upper on it, is it a .22LR? You can make a valid argument either way.

If you're going to play those games with the AWB, it should at least be on a .22LR stamped lower.

xenophobe
04-23-2006, 6:17 PM
If a 6.8 or .223 Lower has a .22LR upper on it, is it a .22LR?


Yes. And you can even have it in a case right next to a .223 upper and it's still a .22LR and is perfectly legal. California does not have a constructive possession clause or wording in law, however it could put you into test case waters.