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.Bullet Button $18.99 | Prince 50 Bullet Button | Raddlock Bullet Button $34.95 | AR15 Bullet Button | AR10 Bullet Button
And while unsolicited and probably unwanted, i'd suggest not moving to cali in the first place.
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!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.
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.....
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).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.
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.How is it legal to already posses a MR762 in CA without a bullet button? Or is it featureless as described above?