California Legal M1A Stock

California Legal M1A Stock

The tinted walnut stem of the Californian M1A™ Standard Issue 7.62 rifle reflects classic American craftsmanship. The grip area on the JAE shaft is carefully designed so that it barely meets the horizontal line required not to be considered a pistol grip. If you select the non-functional cali compliant option, it meets the fixed inventory requirement, for example if the stock is not telescopic to be shorter. You`ll still need a flash-free cache muzzle device like most M1A SAs bring. The pepper hole muzzle brake, which is the property of SA`s Californian legal models, is fine. If you bought your M1A in California, chances are you bought it with the right muzzle device to be compliant. The stock comes with a charge to make it legal in California, I contacted Promag and they told me that if your stock was missing, they could provide you with one. If you`re looking for a perhaps more elegant solution for the M1A, I might suggest the JAE-100 inventory: however, this can be fixed by using the CA compliance accessory, which I believe can come with inventory. It attaches to the gripping area and looks like this: AC-compliant Archangel M1A installed on a standard SOCOM 16 rifle The standard M1A archangel tree you imagined would most likely have a pistol grip, so illegal unless you use a fixed magazine.

Springfield Armory® Provides the following general warning: This product may expose you to chemicals, including lead, that are known to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive damage. For more information, see www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. The rear visor of the CaliforniaN M1A™ Standard Issue 7.62 rifle has a knurled wheel for height and another for winding. You should contact your local authorities for clarification. Be careful to risk injury or death due to improper handling of firearms. For safety reasons: Before handling a firearm, read, understand and follow the instructions in the manual that came with the firearm. If there`s something you don`t understand, ask someone who is qualified to handle firearms safely for advice. Children are attracted to firearms and can use them, which can cause serious injury or death. Prevent children from accessing it by always keeping weapons locked inside and out when not in use. If you keep a loaded firearm when a child receives it and misuses it, you risk being fined or sent to jail.

It is the buyer`s responsibility to comply with any rules, restrictions and/or laws established by your city or state. Please ensure that you are up to date with all applicable laws regarding your purchase. Cool that they came out with a coin to make the archangel conform. I had to make mine with a plastic card and a plastic dip. by RJ, from CA, USA Asked on August 28, 2019 Having an account with OpticsPlanet.com makes writing questions and answers even better! We store all your questions and answers in your account, giving you easy access to them so you can see how the community has responded. If you want to add a question without creating an account, you can proceed by filling in the fields on this form. One thing about the JAE-100 is damn hard. It`s great for a bank gun, but it will be a bit difficult to lug around. Lead ammunition Unloading firearms into poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition can result in exposure to lead, a chemical known in the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive damage. Have adequate ventilation at all times. Wash your hands thoroughly after exposure.

“We designed the JAE-100 handle so that the net of the firing hand is placed well above the exposed part of the trigger during a normal grip.” Proposition 65 requires companies to warn California consumers of significant exposure to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive damage. These chemicals can be found in the products Californians buy, in their homes or workplaces, or in the environment. By requiring this information to be provided, Proposition 65 allows Californians to make informed decisions about their exposure to these chemicals. This could conflict with the AWB due to the “pistol grip” A specially designed California muzzle brake allows the M1A™ Standard Issue 7.62 rifle to be sold in that state. Proposition 65 also prohibits California companies from knowingly releasing significant amounts of listed chemicals into drinking water sources. Proposition 65 requires California to publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive damage. This list, which needs to be updated at least once a year, has grown to about 900 chemicals since it was first published in 1987. Proposition 65 went into effect in November 1986 when California voters approved it by a majority of 63 percent to 37 percent. The official name of Proposition 65 is the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. Generate your multimedia folder for the M1A™ Standard Issue .308, CA Compliant rifle.

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