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Old 10-18-2018, 11:00 PM
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Can anyone just tell me if I can register my unfinished polymer 80 with the CFARS website and finish it legally ? Im confused about all the talk surrounding it


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Old 10-18-2018, 11:12 PM
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Can anyone just tell me if I can register my unfinished polymer 80 with the CFARS website and finish it legally ? I’m confused about all the talk surrounding it
Post 06-30-2018, nothing can be done to make it CA legal.

Starting 07-01-2018, a self-made/assembled firearms using a polymer receiver needs to have the CA DOJ issued serial number engraved on to 3.7oz of PH 17-4 stainless steel embedded in the receiver in such a manner that removal of it will destroy or significantly damage the receiver.

None of the currently made Polymer80 parts meet the 3.7oz PH 17-4 stainless steel requirement, which means any firearm made from a Polymer80 will not be CA legal.
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Post 06-30-2018, nothing can be done to make it CA legal.

Starting 07-01-2018, a self-made/assembled firearms using a polymer receiver needs to have the CA DOJ issued serial number engraved on to 3.7oz of PH 17-4 stainless steel embedded in the receiver in such a manner that removal of it will destroy or significantly damage the receiver.

None of the currently made Polymer80 parts meet the 3.7oz PH 17-4 stainless steel requirement, which means any firearm made from a Polymer80 will not be CA legal.
Wow!! Who TF came up with that requirement?!! SMH!!

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Old 10-18-2018, 11:50 PM
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Aw man damn that sucks I guess I should just try selling it or something


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Is that you DOJ? 5 posts and asking about polymer80s?
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