Originally Posted by Merc1138
First, there is no such thing as a pre or post ban magazine in CA, period.
So the whole "grandfathering of already owned high-cap mags" didn't happen when the Ban went into affect and we have always been able to keep buying new production ones and use them openly on the range?
Second, you can rebuild the plastic lip magazines with kits that have steel lips.
Got a link?
[quote]Third, even though this isn't really a factor, there is a 3 year statute of limitations. They would have to prove that your manufactured or imported the magazine within the past 3 years, and since possession is not illegal the burden of proof is on the state.[quote]
It can be a factor, if the newly "repaired" magazine consistes soley of BX25 repair parts.
So... if you have to destroy the mag to repair it then are you really repairing it or simply replacing it with a newly assembled high capacity banned magazine.