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Old 10-11-2010, 5:21 PM
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Question: I understand the concept behind a bullet-button making an AR-type weapon "CA legal" because now it does not meet the "detachable magazine' standard. My question is, has there been a test case for this in California and case law established? As much as I would like to add an AR to my collection, I personally would not care to be the test case.

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Caution is always appropriate, but this line of adherence to the law is quite well established. If you were to get some otherwise-clean legal problem regarding bullet-buttons, contact the Calguns Foundation.
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