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Discussion in 'Weapons and Tactics' started by Post Mortem, Feb 23, 2018.
How much is that stock?
$125.29 from the manufacturer. Since they're pretty niche I'm not sure if you can find them cheaper elsewhere
Ventura County checking in. I am not the final authority on this but I'd go so far as to say Orange and Ventura are some of the more conservative counties in CA. If you were to say LA or SF, I'd say you are screwed.
+1 for the Thorsden stock; of all the featureless options, it's the one that best resembles a rifle I'd want to use but there seemed to be extra distance to reach for the trigger. Other than that, you just need either a muzzle brake or thread protector, and an Overall Length of over 30" . Now you got something looking more like a Ruger Mini14.
Oh, and get good at reloading. After July 1st, ammo purchases require a background check.
EDIT: OAL needs to be 30" or more.
Sadly, it's only a matter of time before the goons in Sacramento figure out about reloading
I have plenty of ammo and frequently travel outside CA, so I'm comfortable for now. It would bother me to believe I couldn't find LeHigh ammo on a store shelf somewhere.
Here's the previous thread about AR15 in CA... lots of good info.
I shared this in another thread
Reports are this thing is a tack driver.
Reports are this does not take regular AK mags.
Very cool. Ya, I saw that one in another thread. Thanks man.
If you really want to reach out and touch someone....
M1A shooting .308
One more, and what I think is the best cost no object battle rifle for Cali....
Want a semi-auto gun for CA?
Wait for the WWII surplus M1s to be released.
go with featureless, and i suggest the thordsen as well. i have the older gen, looks fugly but its a lot better and safer than the fixed mag. also, i have a spur grip and a enhanced trigger guard thats nys legal. (made by a guy from ny) on my AR9.
this is what it looks like - not my rifle
it may look weird but ergonomically it feels just like a pistol grip!
give this set up a go, you wont be disappointed.
My computer won't let me see the pics for some reason. And thanks.
I like where your head’s at.
I think he was talking Gen1 Thorsden Stocks...
I want an M1 Garand just to own an M1 Garand.
I must hear that trademark *ping* someday in person.
I wonder about people some times......
I love the sage chassis, but not on a Garand.
you mean the enhanced trigger guard i was referring to? attaching it again.
its a must have! not only is it great to shoot, its definitely an eye candy on the wall
Garand should stay in wood stocks as they come.