How’s that working out for you pal? A mag lock is not the issue, it’s the assault weapon features. Good luck in court with your mag-locked AR.Everything you just wrote is untrue. Put a maglock on your AR lower and your rifle is California legal. No registration ! Not and assualt weapon. Don't spread FUD.
To be honest I'd operate the charging handle 10 times and manually eject all the rounds in front of LE. If you remove the mag and then happen to close the upper back up without a mag in there then guess what.... there is no magazine anymore and therefore no longer a fixed mag. I know... extremely stupid, and probably unlikely that an LE outside of DOJ would try to apply the law in that way but just an FYI out there for people to CYA.Old thread , but funny. I hunt with my AR with an AR maglock. Fixed magazine , pain in the ass to drop mag in the field . Only time I have had to drop a magazine in the field is squirrel hunting. Other game I never go through a magazine on a walk or stalk or sit down hunt. If a warden wants me to let him check my AR I will just tell him to stand back and give me a minute while I take the gun apart to make it safe for him to inspect. If he’s observant he will see the steps I take make it self-explanatory that it’s a legal rifle. If he needs to touch it after watching me go through the steps to remove the magazine he’s an idiot.
Quaildeath , I still love shooting my pistol grip bolt action squirrel evaporator! LOL!
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