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Dragon
08-31-2006, 4:50 PM
if you have a fixed 10 round mag on a cmmg lower , is every thing else ok , to do

Jicko
08-31-2006, 4:53 PM
if you have a fixed 10 round mag on a cmmg lower , is every thing else ok , to do

NO. (there are many NO NOs..... <16" barrels, M203s etc...)

Go read the FAQ! (understand what is legal and what is NOT)
http://www.calguns.net/a_california_arak.htm

If you can't understand that, then, maybe the CA-legal-AR(OLL, off-list-lower) is NOT for you.

grammaton76
08-31-2006, 5:18 PM
if you have a fixed 10 round mag on a cmmg lower , is every thing else ok , to do

If by 'everything else', you mean the 'evil feature' list that CA specifically says you can't have on drop-mag rifles, then yes.

If your version of 'everything else' differs, then perhaps not.

If you're looking at something specific, post it here... we'll take a look at it for you.

Dragon
08-31-2006, 5:30 PM
i have 16" barrel with a 11 degre target crown an a fales flash hider ,no bayonet lug , fixed mag release button with the allenhead screw, 10 round mag, pistol grip . and a M4 collapesable stock ? Is that by the law ok.

grammaton76
08-31-2006, 5:34 PM
i have 16" barrel with a 11 degre target crown an a fales flash hider ,no bayonet lug , fixed mag release button with the allenhead screw, 10 round mag, pistol grip . and a M4 collapesable stock ? Is that by the law ok.

Perfectly cool.

You could use a REAL flash hider if you want with that setup.

And bayonet lugs are not controlled / "evil" features in CA. They've been a non-issue since 2004.

Enjoy your rifle!

Matt C
08-31-2006, 5:35 PM
Should be ok as long as the definition of "fixed mag" stays the same. BTW, what is a "fales flash hider"?

Dragon
08-31-2006, 5:43 PM
the flash suppresor is set back almost flush (.100-.150) to the crown of the barrel . thanks guys for the help