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Old 03-07-2013, 9:11 AM
Steve_In_29 Steve_In_29 is offline
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Originally Posted by Merc1138 View Post
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?

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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.

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So?
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.

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