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CA Legal Upper

Postby splittime » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:00 pm

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Re: CA Legal Upper

Postby STONEYARDER » Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:11 pm

"BANNED STATES ship with Surefire Muzzle Break for an additional $100.00" I thought all of the CA compliant BS had to do with the lower receiver...
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Re: CA Legal Upper

Postby van halen » Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:26 pm

Agreed, but were there not new regs put in place recently?
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Re: CA Legal Upper

Postby LoganBetterton » Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:28 am

Technically uppers are a "part" and therefore legal anywhere. However, this does NOT mean that it is legal to install the upper on a lower (making it a "firearm" by definition). All CA rifles must be over 16" barrel. The only exception is if you have a pre-ban AR pistol. The new CA compliant system that we offer is built into the lower. So, if you are looking to do the detent magazine locking system that we offer, you will need to by a complete CA lower or complete CA gun.

If you currently have a CA featureless lower and want to build a "featureless" gun, you will want to have the muzzle device pinned. If you have any questions give me a call at the factory and I can explain your options based on what you have and are trying to achieve. CA gun laws are confusing and generally make no sense.


On another note, to any CA customers; I would recommend purchasing our new system. Unfortunately CA law has changed so much and have many loop-holes and grey definitions that it will likely change again until AR's are impossible to own. I have had a lot of disgruntled customers contact me with pre-existing guns who have little options other than going featureless.But there is not much we can do as this is in the hands of CA.

Option 2: move out of CA.
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Re: CA Legal Upper

Postby rcrandall » Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:04 am

I would take option 2 please. It is not going to get better, only worse.
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Re: CA Legal Upper

Postby van halen » Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:07 pm

rcrandall wrote:I would take option 2 please. It is not going to get better, only worse.



Agreed, it gets worse by the day.
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