Originally Posted by wood_fly
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.
There have been quite a few arrests followed by findings of factual innocence. It's not fully "case law" but it is persuasive. No one that we're aware of who had a properly installed bullet button on an AR or AK has successfully been prosecuted - and we've been involved in quite a few.
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