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devildog999
04-13-2011, 7:22 AM
Have a buddy that wants to bring some of his ARs to Cali, he wants to know if his Rock River Arms lower is legal?

Thanks

5.56Geo
04-13-2011, 7:29 AM
I think one RRA lower is on the list banned by name and model.

EDIT- These appear on Appendix B of the California Assault Weapons flowchart.
Rock River Arms, Inc. Car A2
Rock River Arms, Inc. Car A4 Flattop
Rock River Arms, Inc. LE Tactical Carbine
Rock River Arms, Inc. NM A2 - DCM Legal
Rock River Arms, Inc. Standard A-2
Rock River Arms, Inc. Standard A-4 Flattop

The only lower that is on the OLL is the RRA LAR-15 but still a little muddy, like rromeo mentioned "tricky".

rromeo
04-13-2011, 7:40 AM
RRA is tricky. Some complete rifles are listed AWs even though the lower is still off-list.

tenpercentfirearms
04-13-2011, 9:24 AM
One of the only types on there that is a slight gray area.

So if any of them meet the configuration listed above, they could be considered an assault weapon.

However, it is going to say LAR-15 stamped on the side of it.

I personally just skip RRA lowers and use clearly off list lowers.

newtothis
04-15-2011, 4:27 PM
Among others I see RRA: NM A2-DCM Legal in Appendix B. But this is an upper right? So it's legal with an off-list lower but illegal w/ a RRA lower? What am I missing?

supersonic
04-15-2011, 5:41 PM
Among others I see RRA: NM A2-DCM Legal in Appendix B. But this is an upper right? So it's legal with an off-list lower but illegal w/ a RRA lower? What am I missing?

My NM-A2 is a RRA LAR-15. Except that it has a much better upper on it (ArmaLite) which cannot be confused with any other upper, as it is the only one with "AR" forged into it. The true original.:thumbsup: