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Posted: 9/26/2004 5:27:51 PM EST
When I purchased my "sterilized" AR in 1999 it was a Federal post-ban. I thought at the time that I could not have purchased a Federal pre-ban because CA's AWB was already too strict.

So the ability now to put more "features" on a post-ban would be limited by what CA law was in effect at that time, right?

So could we buy pre-ban rifles in CA after Roberti-Roos?

More specifically, can I put a tele-stock on my 1999 AR-15? (FYI it is registered)

madkiwi
Link Posted: 9/26/2004 5:33:12 PM EST
If its registered you free to add "pre-ban" features
Link Posted: 9/27/2004 6:12:33 PM EST
Any PRK firearms law experts want to throw in their 2c?

It can't be that simple, can it?

Link Posted: 9/27/2004 6:18:44 PM EST
it sure can. if you are in socal check out l&gweaponry at faxworldcom.com or(714) 840-3772. they threaded my post ban and installed my vortex for $75. the work was great
Link Posted: 9/27/2004 6:19:57 PM EST

Originally Posted By madkiwi:
Any PRK firearms law experts want to throw in their 2c?

It can't be that simple, can it?




Yes, it is THAT simple. Your REGISTERED "assault weapon" is ALREADY an assault weapon persuant to California Penal Code Section(s) 12276 and 12276.1

Adding features listed in PC 12276.1 to a registered "assault weapon" isn't an issue.

The features listes in PC 12276.1 are features a firearm MAY NOT have in order for it to NOT be classified as an "assault weapon". PC 12276 and PC 12276.1 is what is referred to as "SB23".

Sources:

et al. v Lockyer

Cal DOJ

Westlaw:
California Penal Code 2004 (revised -inclusive)
Link Posted: 9/27/2004 8:27:20 PM EST
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