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California 2nd Amend. Political Discussion & Activism Discuss gun rights activism and 2A related political topics here. All advice given is NOT legal counsel.

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Old 08-19-2017, 6:51 PM
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Only advantage us you get to pay the State and appease the grabbers
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Old 08-19-2017, 6:55 PM
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Nice looking gun, parts were chopped up at some time?


These regs do seem a larger burden to the collector/historian than to the 3 gun shooter, who just needs a reliable and accurate firearm. The criminal/terrorist is still unburdened.
I built it off a PTR receiver. It's a full spec PSG1, including the half moon rollers and German PSG1 parts, trigger, barrel, trunnion,etc.

Only brought it up to show how converting that to featureless would be a crime to humanity, and by reg'ing it it's relatively easy to sell out of State through a RAW dealer. No de-reg is even required, but I will de-reg if it ever comes to that.

Thanks for the compliment, it took over a year to finish.
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Someone must put an end to this endless bickering by posting the unadulterated indisputable facts and truth.
"The California matrix of gun control laws is among the harshest in the nation and are filled with criminal law traps for people of common intelligence who desire to obey the law." - U.S. District Judge Roger T. Benitez
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Old 08-19-2017, 7:00 PM
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A sheet of kydex takes care of that with most AK platforms or a welded magazine. AK pistols are difficult but doable with a welded magazine.
Welded magazine, oh boy. So you are now recommending people take a perfectly good firearm and turn it into a worthless boat anchor by permanently modifying it to a fixed mag. For god's sakes, don't listen to this person. Tons of ways of fixing a mag without doing the insanity of welding/epoxy/etc. a mag into it. Fools did this before the BB circa 2001-2005, and it those rifles are worth next to nothing.

Worst advice yet Meno, and that's saying something with all the competition.

Other than the Franklin DFM and some interesting DIY stuff for the AR, I have seen nothing for any other platform. Avoid fixed mag like the plague unless it's an AR.
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"The California matrix of gun control laws is among the harshest in the nation and are filled with criminal law traps for people of common intelligence who desire to obey the law." - U.S. District Judge Roger T. Benitez
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Old 08-19-2017, 7:34 PM
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Welded magazine, oh boy. So you are now recommending people take a perfectly good firearm and turn it into a worthless boat anchor by permanently modifying it to a fixed mag. For god's sakes, don't listen to this person. Tons of ways of fixing a mag without doing the insanity of welding/epoxy/etc. a mag into it. Fools did this before the BB circa 2001-2005, and it those rifles are worth next to nothing.

Worst advice yet Meno, and that's saying something with all the competition.

Other than the Franklin DFM and some interesting DIY stuff for the AR, I have seen nothing for any other platform. Avoid fixed mag like the plague unless it's an AR.
However someone wants to 'permanently' attach their magazine if they choose. Some device will come along. That's the beauty of innovation. Until then leave it disassembled. Easy solution for now.
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A sheet of kydex takes care of that with most AK platforms or a welded magazine. AK pistols are difficult but doable with a welded magazine.
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If you sell directly out of state no one will pay what you payed because it has a bullet button installed and you can't uninstall it without de-registering first.
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