Hoping some of you CA members can answer a question about mags.
I have an pistol caliber AR upper for sale on the EE that comes with a 30 rd GG mag. The buyer is confident that if I disassemble the mag completely, that I'll be compliant in shipping it to him. I'm wondering if some of you guys can weigh in on this, as I'm unfamiliar with your laws. Also, is the responsibility on me to make sure the law is being adhered to, or does that responsibility fall on the end user. Any help or insight you could offer would be greatly appreciated.
I thank you for your time on this, I'm trying to help this guy out and not be one of the hated group of people who automatically dismiss CA...keep fighting the good fight!
Magazine parts for any capacity mag (even the body) is legal to own in CA. When a complete standard capacity mag (10+ rnds) is dissambled and sent to CA it's regarded as a rebuild kit ( to repair existing mags) or to keep dissambled for when the owner leaves this state to a free state to shoot. Please refer to 44mag.com who regularly sells standard capacity mags to CA as rebuild kits.
Thanks for thinking of us in CA.
Thanks, Spoilerv2, that's what the buyer had said, thanks for the confirmation.
As a little extra cya, you might drop a note in the bag of mag parts stating "Do not assemble in California-for rebuilds only." Just a suggestion, I've seen something similar noted on websites.