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    Received an email from them, HK Specialist also will ship to CA.
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    So, from what I understand, part of this is that the new “possession” law was overturned. If the 9th CC overrules and the “possession” law goes back into effect, that means all of these newly bought mags will be illegal again, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwillHK View Post
    So, from what I understand, part of this is that the new “possession” law was overturned. If the 9th CC overrules and the “possession” law goes back into effect, that means all of these newly bought mags will be illegal again, right?
    Yeah, if they can find them. I bet there's a run on plastic buckets with lids, ammo cans and shovels
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    Hopefully, the New York State Rifle & Pistol Ass'n gets behind this.

    Hopefully, it goes to the SC.

    NYSRPA fought the NY SAFE Act pretty hard. Got the 7rd. max changed to 10. Any round count restriction is ridiculous.

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    Gunfighter is the sharp end of the stick as far as California FFLs are concerned.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dwillHK View Post
    So, from what I understand, part of this is that the new “possession” law was overturned. If the 9th CC overrules and the “possession” law goes back into effect, that means all of these newly bought mags will be illegal again, right?
    What mags? Just pay cash.
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    Breaking: Beccera asks for a stay from Judge Benitez For April 2nd Earliest - Calguns.net

    "To effectively preserve the status quo, and to prevent a sudden influx of large capacity magazines (LCMs) into the State of California (the “State”), Defendant respectfully requests that the Court issue an immediate, temporary stay pending its ruling on the application for a stay pending appeal. Even if this Court, or the Ninth Circuit, ultimately issues a stay pending appeal, the State will suffer irreparable injury if LCMs are permitted to flow into the State in the interim. Defendant respectfully requests that such a temporary stay be issued by no later than April 2,
    2019."

    "Defendant brings this ex parte application for good cause on the ground that the State will suffer irreparable and immediate injury until a stay pending appeal is issued. California has restricted the acquisition of LCMs for nearly two decades, and until the Judgment is stayed pending appeal, individuals will be free to acquire new LCMs, and there is evidence that sales have begun already. If Section 32310 is ultimately reinstated by the Ninth Circuit, it will be difficult for the State to remove these new LCMs."

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    I so hope that XXX starts selling their XXX firearm to Californians of which now will come standard with beta mags.

    TPM, PCS, DT... I'm looking in your directions. Call it the CaliMP5-BetaN? (beaten... get it? =) I thank you very much.)

    But seriously.... YOUR PRODUCTS now STANDARD with BETA MAGS...
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    Magpul just say Yes to ship to CA in addition to Midway USA, Brownell's, Beretta USA and many in CA FFL also selling them.
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