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Posted: 1/13/2002 5:01:33 PM EST
Would a bolt action only on an AR based platform be legal in CA if so can a purchased upper permenently attached to the lower make it legal to keep mine. Since it is not capable of SEMI auto it should be OK right???[sniper]
Link Posted: 1/13/2002 6:45:45 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/15/2002 7:29:20 PM EST
Correct me if I am wrong, But if you make your own receiver using an 80% casting, wouldn’t that be legal because the name of the manufacture and model# would not be on their ‘bad’ list? I remember talking to a DOJ rep not that long ago and he said that any lower receiver that accepted an AR15 type upper receiver was not permitted, however there are exceptions. The FAB10 is one they mentioned was CA legal. When I asked if I could make a lower receiver and put a post-ban upper on it with ought a pistol grip, they said “send us a picture of what you want to do and we will let you know if it’s legal or not”. Well it’s worth a shot, you can send them a sketch and a description of what you want to do and let them tell you yes or no. I have a permit applications for a machine / assault weapons on my desk right now, at least they are cool enough to say they won’t cash in the check until I have met all the requirements. I probably won’t do it any time soon, just don’t like the idea of losing $320 and 200+ days for them to issue a ‘no’.
Link Posted: 1/16/2002 12:02:44 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/16/2002 12:36:34 PM EST
I thought i read that the Kuehl .22 14 inch upper can only be used with a lower that has been converted for use with it ? (I cant seem to find that info now) Since a regular upper wouldn't work and only .22 uppers would, think it would be legal?
Link Posted: 1/17/2002 1:06:05 PM EST
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