Read the law.Why can you buy a Mini 14 here in Ventura county? It has a detachable mag. By the way, look at what people shoot at the range. Cops don't care what you have until you use it in a fire fight.
You'll have to check with the laws of that juristiction on 'assault weapons'. There may be a provision, saying something of the orderNot that this effects me in Florida (yet), but what if the device on the end of the barrel is called and sold as a "muzzle break"? Just curious.
NO. A large capacity magazine CAN NOT be permanently attached to a rifle or it will make it an assault weapon. Fixed magazine builds must have a magazine capacity of 10 rounds or less.So California residents can only have 10 round magazines for a mini 14. Unless a larger mag has been perminately fixed to accept only 10 rounds?
Because the commissars in Sacramento saw how the 1994 AWB was circumvented by putting thumbhole stocks on AKtype rifles. They wanted their decry to be more draconian so they included thumbhole stocks.Can anyone explain to me the reasoning given for prohibiting a firearm with a "thumbhole stock"?
There are true muzzle brakes on the market for the Mini-14, but they are threaded. Your muzzle would have to be threaded to accept the brake. The brake would then have to be welded in place to make it non-removable, as the threaded muzzle would make it an assault weapon within the definitions of the law in California if the brake was removable.I wonder if there is any type of muzzlebreak, compensator, or similar device mounted on the muzzle of a Mini-14 that wouldn't automatically make it an "assault rifle"?