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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
I LOVE Bushmaster's Cali-legal AR... The idea that you can put all the evil features you want on it... HA!
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
[TASF]Overkill said:
I LOVE Bushmaster's Cali-legal AR... The idea that you can put all the evil features you want on it... HA!

Overkill,

The only evil feature you can do is take the "pin" outta the magazine/lower receiver so you can put in a 20-30 rounds.

Ridiculous law that does no good.

Mail Clerk :?
 
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I was under the impression that because it has a fixed magazine, it is no longer covered by their "Assault weapons ban", so you can throw on your bayonette, collapsible stock, flash hider, threaded barrel, etc...
 
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i don't think the point of that rifle is that is california leagal. Most rifels with that kinda competition things done to it are single shot bolt actions.
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
Quoted from Bushmaster's website:

This unique Carbon 15 model has been developed specifically for the California market (and other States with similar restrictions). It offers traditional AR-15 type features, rugged Carbon Fiber composite molded Receivers for light weight and durability, and a 10 Round Internal Magazine.
hehe sorry ranger :wink: :D

Full info: http://www.bushmaster.com/shopping/Carbon15/azc-c15rm4ft.asp
 
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hahah, I thought he was talking about the first one. Just saw there were more rifles and he said 4th one down. I would make a bad detective.
 
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3rd one down is cool too (Tuber). The front looks kinda like a water cooled machine gun from WWI. 8)
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
If you live in CA and want to build a .223 self-loading black rifle, I would suggest reading the discussions on Calguns.net.
 
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