View Full Version : Mac 10 lower receiver
11-27-2011, 3:49 PM
Wasnt sure what fourm to post this in so I picked here as most are in this section.
Is it legal to have a Mac 10 lower (thats the regestered part with serial number) all by its self in california.
I am assuming since that it has the serial number and is the part regestered it is the gun so no go. but not 100% sure
as always thanks for your time.
Are you asking if "MAC 10" is banned by name, or if you can possess a MAC 10-style lower (like those made by Masterpiece Arms)? You can definitely possess a Masterpiece Arms clone lower, and there are several shops that sell them (as complete guns) in California.
11-27-2011, 4:03 PM
Yes the banned by name lower only is it allowed here in cali at all? can some one pass threw cali with it? can I have it at my house? ect?
11-27-2011, 4:03 PM
Banned is banned, unless its a RAW
11-27-2011, 4:10 PM
I've got an mpa, its def legal. Id be amazed if a real Mac 10 lower were legal to cross into cali. Id never touch it unless I could verify it were legal 100% and god help you its select fire
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11-27-2011, 7:23 PM
Banned by name means its banned especially the lower part with the serial number. If its an original MAC, RPB or Cobray, its banned.
11-28-2011, 6:05 PM
The original Cobray RPB sM11 / sM10 is banned.
11-28-2011, 6:52 PM
I bought a Cobray M-11/9 in California many years ago (probably about 20+ years ago). Is that pistol now illegal to own in California? It is not select fire, nor is it open bolt firing, but it does say Cobray M-11/9 on it.
I had never heard of any sort of pistol receiver being illegal in California (other than select fire), is there a Cobray M-11 rifle?
11-29-2011, 11:18 AM
The Cobray PM-11 is legal though. There are plenty of pistols or what CA considers machine pistols that are illegal here.
11-29-2011, 11:21 AM
exact markings please
11-29-2011, 1:36 PM
There has been some debate on this forum whether a banned by name receiver is a crime when not assembled into a firearm. I have not seen any definite resolution to the question. This question is probably better addressed in the 2A sub-forum.
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