Originally Posted by CASTRATE
What about bayonet lug, flash suppressor, adjustable stock and pistiol grip. I thought all of those were no-nos in commieforia
Bayo and bayo lug have never been prohibited in California.
The other items are prohibited on Semiautomatic centerfire rifles that have the ability to accept a detachable magazine.
The bullet buttons locks the magazine in place and requires a separate tool to remove the magazine.
This was a case of California law biting the lawmakers in their own butts.
The ban prohibits the "SKS with detachable magazine" (the type that accepts AK mags).
The non-detachable version of the SKS can be field stripped using a bullet tip as a tool to release the magazine. Because of this, the fact that a bullet tip is an acceptable tool is actually codified in the law.
A secondary statute prohibits fixed-magazine semi-auto centerfire rifles from a capacity of over 10 rounds, so a high-cap in a receiver with a bullet button is considered an assault weapon even if it is featureless.
#1 - Needs and has a bullet button (magazine is blocked to 10 rounds):
#2 - Does not need a bullet button... needs better optics
No pictures of my AR-22, but rimfire rifles are exempt. It looks like the first one but is all black, with a 16" barrel instead of a 14.5"