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Hey Guys,

I am now a proud owner of both the MR556 and MR762 but the bad news is that I might be moving to California. Anyone know where I can get Bullet Buttons for both rifles so that I can bring them with me?

Thanks!
 

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Any standard AR15/AR10 BB can fit in the MR556/762. Check out Calguns for more info on California laws to cya and general info.
 

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You can pretty much get them anywhere nowadays. Even HKParts.net sells them. Just Google it man, seriously, you can get them anywhere.
 

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Thanks. The MR762 has a round mag release button, I just haven't seen one for it yet.... (unlike the ovoid shape for the MR556).....
 

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I agree, stay away. The wave line is crowded enough...last thing we need is more kooks moving to our state and suckin' up our sun. :)
CA has enough kooks in thier own little nation. Arizona has plenty more sunshine and better gun rights, just be sure to bring enough water!

As for the round mag release, I havent seen the 762A1 in person but its the first Ive heard of a non standard mag release. If this is correct you may have to think about other routes to make it CA Legal. Im sure there are people in CA already that own this and would have said something about this by now.. maybe one of them will chime in.
 

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Hi OP, MR762 mag release looks different then stand AR. Since HK are shipping to CA with BB pre-installed maybe you can contact HK directly. If not much trouble can you post some close up photos of MR762 mag release button and how to disassemble it? Thanks,
 

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Hey I tried to post pictures of my MR556 and MR762 yesterday but I don't have enough rights yet..... So if there is an admin reading this and wants to grant me those rights, I took some pics of the MR762's flash hider and ejector port which were quite different....

I also have pics of the 556 and 762 together, big brother and little brother.....
 

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I just spoke with HK and they are currently working with some companies to design a bullet button for the MR762..... And as you guys probably know, there are no other compatible magazines for the MR762...... I only have one 10 round mag :(
 

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You can upload photos to a free Photobucket, Picasa or Flickr account then just post the links in your thread. Thanks

Hey I tried to post pictures of my MR556 and MR762 yesterday but I don't have enough rights yet..... So if there is an admin reading this and wants to grant me those rights, I took some pics of the MR762's flash hider and ejector port which were quite different....

I also have pics of the 556 and 762 together, big brother and little brother.....
 

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I'm not knowledgeable what are bullet buttons and why needed
 

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I agree, stay away. The wave line is crowded enough...last thing we need is more kooks moving to our state and suckin' up our sun. :)
Your lineup is crowded try north shore , locals rule friends of da hui only
 

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You can make it "featureless" until you can get a BB for the 762.

This would include replacing the FH with a compensator, making the stock non-extendable (a dowel behind the buffer will do, though even tightening the locking screw might qualify), and putting a kydex grip wrap paddle over the grip or replacing the grip with a hammerhead type (non-pistol grip). That would at least allow you to bring it into the state.

A single shot magazine sled would get it in the state too, but because its a proprietary mag, I'm not sure how feasible this is.

Please keep us posted on the bullet button progress. Prince and Raddlock both are usually very quick to make solutions for even the poorest selling weapons. 1/6th of the nations weapons are sold to civilians in California, it makes sense to help make it possible.

-W
 

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Prince and Raddlock both are usually very quick to make solutions for even the poorest selling weapons. 1/6th of the nations weapons are sold to civilians in California, it makes sense to help make it possible.
I'm literally 10 minutes away from Darin's new shop in North County San Diego. I might bring my MR762 in to him so he can use it to create a BB (if he hasn't begun the process already).
 

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How is it legal to already posses a MR762 in CA without a bullet button? Or is it featureless as described above?
 

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How is it legal to already posses a MR762 in CA without a bullet button? Or is it featureless as described above?
Upper separated from the lower, mag release and stock removed from the lower. Technically it's just parts and the lower is technically not a receiver that can accept a magazine since it'll fall right out when you insert it. No different than someone in California buying a stripped lower.
 

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I am definitely going to wait for a BB..... I cringe looking at featureless rifles. Once I get some time, I will post some pics!
 
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