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Old 07-17-2012, 1:08 PM
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Default Pre Ban 50 rd double stack magazine question

For arguments sake, let's assume Joe owns a pre ban ruger 10-22 rifle with a double stack 50 rd mag. The rifle is stolen, never to be seen again. Is it legal for him to buy a post ban Ruger 10-22 and use the old mag with it?

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yes.
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Why wouldn't it be?
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Absolutely. The magazine is legally possessed. It can be used in any weapon that it fits/functions with.
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It came up in a "gun store discussion" The gun store owner wasn't sure it was legal.
I know.....gun store owners are not a good source for gun laws.
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Asked and answered. See also the Magazine Q's link, below.
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