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Biff...
03-12-2007, 3:27 PM
I'm really tempted to get this riffle (http://www.colemantyler.com/proddetail.php?prod=RFLRAP4308DPMS&cat=64). I saw or should say heard a 308 fired at the range this past saturday and loved it.

I appreciate any feedback

SemiAutoSam
03-12-2007, 3:31 PM
I dont think that item is legal here

http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/infobuls/kaslist.pdf
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Biff...
03-12-2007, 3:41 PM
I dont think that item is legal here

http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/infobuls/kaslist.pdf


:( just for spoiling my high I'm not going to buy your stock:D

tiger222
03-12-2007, 3:44 PM
but you can buy a FAR 308 lower ~ made by DPMS and simply buy the upper and mate it together :)

the lower and upper are made by the same company.

SemiAutoSam
03-12-2007, 3:52 PM
OK have it your way.......It just would have been someone else telling you its on the list.

Take another toke brother. Here take a swig of my 18 year old Bourbon.

You didnt want my stock anyhow. I was just trying to help.

:( just for spoiling my high I'm not going to buy your stock:D

Biff...
03-12-2007, 4:00 PM
OK have it your way.......It just would have been someone else telling you its on the list.

Take another toke brother. Here take a swig of my 18 year old Bourbon.

You didnt want my stock anyhow. I was just trying to help.


I was just playing with you bro, don't be so sensitive.

DIG
03-12-2007, 6:39 PM
DPMS Panther 223 (5.56) lowers -> Not legal in CA.
DPMS Panther 308 lowers -> OK in CA.

This is confirmed by several FFL's.
I hope this helps you.

adamsreeftank
03-13-2007, 2:11 AM
DPMS Panther 223 (5.56) lowers -> Not legal in CA.
DPMS Panther 308 lowers -> OK in CA.

This is confirmed by several FFL's.
I hope this helps you.

As we all know, FFLs are the ultimate legal advisors we should all trust.

Just like strangers on the internet.


If I'm not mistaken, the wording is DPMS Panther (all). Meaning "all" as in "all".

Get a Fulton 308 lower and then go to town with the DPMS upper.

Personally, I'm not crazy about the skinny barrel profile and the carbine length gas system on a 16 inch barrel DPMS uses on their 308 carbines. I'd prefer a medium contour barrel with a mid-length gas system.

nothing4u
03-13-2007, 3:55 AM
What is the muzzle velocity of a .308 out of 16" barrel? I would imagine that muzzle energy would be a little better than a 7.64x39 with that short of a barrel.