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  • IrishJoe
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    Originally posted by Woofdog View Post
    Move to Nevada.
    Tempting.....

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  • IrishJoe
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    Another Link

    I just built one......one more link to consider

    http://blog.riflegear.com/articles/b...-15-rifle.aspx

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  • M4fulltime
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    I actually feel bad for you guys in CA.

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  • erik18
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    The legality of the original prince 50 magazine lock is iffy.

    Please get a regular bullet button or a raddlock for CA compliance.

    and also please check out www.calguns.net for more information.

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  • SoCalSheriff
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    Woofdog has the best answer.

    But if that is not feasible, duramax's info is also correct. Just don't leave the screww in the "loose" position for an extended period of time, ie transporting the rifle to/from the range or while on the range. It could land you in some hot water.

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  • 08duramax
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    No need to top load. By unscrewing the prince kit you are using a tool to remove the magazine and therefore it is not a "removable" magazine by law.

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  • Woofdog
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    Move to Nevada.

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  • TwistLockSSD
    started a topic CA AR-15 legality, questions...

    CA AR-15 legality, questions...

    Those who are privileged enough to not live in the People's Republic of California should either press back on their web browser or perhaps read ahead and get ready to laugh at CA residents... Evil featured AR/AK in hand.

    So I am interested in purchasing an AR platform here in CA and was reading up a bit on bullet buttons and what-not. I came across a product by Prince 50 that is a simple screw that locks your 10rd mag in place with an allen wrench.

    So here's my question from a legality standpoint with a product like this installed: when reloading should I leave the screw tightened and open the upper to insert new rounds similar to an internal magazine? Or can I simply unscrew, drop mag, insert fresh mag, then screw? If I can do the latter do I have to remove all "evil features" before unscrewing? Also what if there is some sort of malfunction where it would be advantageous to remove the magazine. Would I be in violation of CA law even if I am simply trying to correct a failure to extract/feed etc?

    I am used to pistols where during a malfunction, my first reaction is to drop the mag before trying to clear the chamber (unless I'm doing some tap/rack drills).

    Thanks in advance for any input

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