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Old 05-16-2019, 6:17 PM
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Default So good to go to use my Standard capacity mags?

I been in the middle of a big move for the last month or so and thus away from the discussion on our newly acquired standard capacity mags.

Just checking in for the post dust settling opinion today, am I good to load up my 30rd legally acquired mags now? Yes I have non mag lock AR, Featurless CA legal, non registered AR.

I beleive last time I was here when you guys were covering this a month ago the consensus was yes you are good to go/use unless the range itself had a company policy against it.

Has anything changed since? Or we still good?

I did try a site search for Standard/high capacity mags but finding older stuff and so many discussions on other related topics. Just checking in for the latest.
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I been in the middle of a big move for the last month or so and thus away from the discussion on our newly acquired standard capacity mags.

Just checking in for the post dust settling opinion today, am I good to load up my 30rd legally acquired mags now? Yes I have non mag lock AR, Featurless CA legal, non registered AR.

I beleive last time I was here when you guys were covering this a month ago the consensus was yes you are good to go/use unless the range itself had a company policy against it.

Has anything changed since? Or we still good?

I did try a site search for Standard/high capacity mags but finding older stuff and so many discussions on other related topics. Just checking in for the latest.
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Thanks for the response, I figured you guys are pretty sick of covering this at this point. But I got all moved in and set up and wanted to load the mags up today and make sure we were good.

My bad on wrong forum, which one should I have posted to? Maybe the california laws one would have been better.
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My bad on wrong forum, which one should I have posted to? Maybe the california laws one would have been better.
This forum is primarily for CA-based litigation, and discussion of legal theories and arguments used in those cases - in the threads created for each case.

If it starts in CA, it starts here, and stays here even if it goes to SCOTUS. We're a CA forum, CA stuff has its own special place.
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