Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Soybomb, Nov 7, 2008.
I got a PM on another forum. I can't understand it. Can someone who speaks californese decipher?
he doesnt understand that SB23 allows you to own AR15s. hes talking about how you cant buy registered assault weapons.
tell him to go to calguns.net, or read this: http://www.calguns.net/caawid/flowchart.pdf
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holy mother of fuck flowchart
Does it go "boom" when you pull the trigger? LEGAL
That flowchart is godly, i had to go to it many times while deciding what i was going to do with my AR build and if i was even going to do it.
Feel bad for yourself. The rest of the nation is going back under a AWB soon.
i feel bad, but i dont feel that bad. i've lived here my whole life and havent had the opportunity to know what owning a "real" gun is like.
the bullet button sucks dick, sure, but compared to not being able to own them? i'll take the maglock
that flowchart just made me cum all over my chest and legs... I'm rubbing it in now just thinking of it.
the bullet button isn't that bad really, after a bit of practice you can be just as fast with it.
dude, that flow chart is depressing. let me see a pic of your AR, i want to see what that sad monster looks like
omfg this is over complicated
Nah, just looks complicated, since alot of cops are fucking morons, so the more complex and official it looks, the better. Honestly, all you have to remember is: OLL and no fun stuff.
+1 bullet button AR crew.
They look just like any other AR. You just can't release the mag with your finger, have to use a small tool.
My CA legal AR.
in for tour of GTMO?
lol thanks for the offer, brotato
my CA legal AR15:
i dont know if you'll be able to tell its even an AR, what with all that extra california-legalizing bullshit it has.
so, what do they mean by a permanent magazine?
Must use a tool to remove the magazine.
The tip of a bullet qualifies as a tool, hence the term "bullet button". A BB is basically a mag release that you can't press with your finger, you have to use something smaller, like an allen wrench or a bullet.
Since it requires the use of the tool, the magazine is NOT detachable.
It works like a regular mag release that you can't use your finger to press. It's set in to the mag release body.
well, it's cool that there's a loophole, but it's really fucked up that you have to go through loops just to posses that.
God, i had no idea how bad California was.
It's not a loophole at all. It follows the law.
But yes, it kind of sucks. No big deal I guess.