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I know someone who may have an opportunity to buy an AR that was made to be legal in the People's Republic of California and it has a bullet-button mag release. I've never seen a bullet-button in person and the person that may get to buy the rifle doesn't live in CA. If he buys it, is it possible to replace the bullet-button with a regular mag release?
 

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yes it is - just swap out the mag release (at least thats what I was told about installing them - should just be reversed)
 

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on an ar it just replaces the current mag release. Its essentially a recessed mag release. Nothing that cant be reversed in a free state
 

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What does the bullet button do, tizactly.
Prevents dropping mag with finger. Requires "tool=bullet tip" to drop mag.
This creates a "Fixed Mag" in PRK law.
"It's for the children" ;)

Easily removed. You may have to apply some low heat to release Locktight if used during assembly.
 

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Prevents dropping mag with finger. Requires "tool=bullet tip" to drop mag.
This creates a "Fixed Mag" in PRK law.
"It's for the children" ;)

Easily removed. You may have to apply some low heat to release Locktight if used during assembly.
Oh, ok, thanks.
 
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