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Posted: 4/9/2002 4:45:46 PM EDT
Is that okay? Or, not?
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 4:50:38 PM EDT
yup, no problems with that.
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 4:52:06 PM EDT
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 4:58:51 PM EDT
Legal as can be! medcop
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 5:11:05 PM EDT
Tx DOC I hear you guys kick ass at work, I have a few friends from TX and they kick I/M ass all the time. As for your mag question no problem, matter of fact stock up on mags while you can, you never can have too many. If you are able to get LEO mags they cost less and are of better quality.
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 5:54:54 PM EDT
LEO mags? dunno wut you're talking about, plz clarify
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 5:59:49 PM EDT
What about the ad I saw in a magazine for an aluminum mag? Are they or the plastic dependable?
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 6:00:47 PM EDT
Yes, despite what the NRA has claimed in the past.z
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 6:04:03 PM EDT
Originally Posted By TxDoc: What about the ad I saw in a magazine for an aluminum mag? Are they or the plastic dependable?
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Aluminum, USGI--the only mags to get
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 8:19:40 PM EDT
Depends on where you live. If you are in a jurisdiction (like NJ) that limits you to a certain number of rounds, it is NOT legal to have a standard capacity magazine Scott
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 9:08:08 PM EDT
Despite what some idiots have said in the past, it is legal to install a Hi-Capacity Magazine in a Post-Ban. I had one FFL when I was trying to sell a military type firearm with 30 round magazine tell me that it was illegal to insert a hi-capacity magazine in a Post-Ban rifle. I challanged him on the issue (I knew the AW Ban Backwards and Fowards). I stated that the Hi-Capacity Detachable Magazine *Capability* is a defining feature of SAAWs under the 1994 AW Ban. But, as long as the firearm did not have 2 or more evil features it was legal. And, as mine only had 1 evil feature it was legal. I explained the list of evil features as Pistol Grip, Bayonet Lug, Folding Stock, Grenade Launcher, Flash Hider, and Threaded Barrel. He then said that Pistol Grips weren't an issue under "the Brady Law" and that my rifle was illegal. I proceded to inform him that #1 the Brady law and AW Ban are 2 different beasts with the Brady law mandating Background Checks and prohibiting minors from possessing handguns while the AW Ban covered evil features. He became inisistent that he was right. So, I looked on his wall and challanged him to justify his position since he had an AK-47 Type and AR-15 Type rifle on his wall, both with Hi-Caps. inserted in them. He then proceeds to say that they are Pre-Bans. I try to explain that they are not Pre-Bans since they are obvious post-bans (Crowned barrel w/ no threads, No bayonet Lug, Fixed stock, etc...) He then says, "yes they are and they can have 3 evil features..." Another guy tried to explain to this idiot how wrong he was, but he just blew us off by stating that he was an FFL and he should know what he's talking about. I just walked away since it was obvious there was no convincing this idiot. I just hope he doesn't try selling those obvious Post-Ban rifles telling the buyer they are Pre-Bans.
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 9:20:38 PM EDT
Only go with USGI mags! dont make the mistake I made when I bought my AR and got USA Magazines,They are worthless! I wish I had known about AR15.com before I made the purchase![pissed] Welcome to AR15.com!
Link Posted: 4/9/2002 9:24:11 PM EDT
NO... you cannot use them. But I am willing to help you. Send all you hicaps to me, before you get caught!
Link Posted: 4/22/2002 3:01:26 PM EDT
Definitely stick with USGI mags (manufacturers differ). USA mags are after market crap.
Link Posted: 4/22/2002 3:04:01 PM EDT
[argue] NO NO NO!! You must send to me immediately!!!! [argue]
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