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Old 11-22-2021, 12:20 PM
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Originally Posted by bwiese View Post
Always wondering why CA people are worried about possible future Fed
action when they ALREADY have *California SBR* risk.

If you have a braced pistol in CA you should have NFA AOW'd it to exploit
the CA exemption to CA SBR laws.

The Federal ATF memos, at least while still valid, have zero bearing on
separate CA SBR and in fact give cops/judges/DAs a road map.

Also, a gun that is an NFA AOW and was legally not a Federal SBR may
be in a 'more interesting place' legally, pending any ATF action, than
such a gun that's just an ordinary pistol with brace.

I know there are some people who registered their bullet button ar pistols with braces that were accepted. I didnít at the time because I didnít own a brace and hadnít been planning on buying one. Does that count for anything?
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