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LWRC previews CA-compliant magazine-less AR
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http://www.alloutdoor.com/2014/01/20/lwr...e-less-ar/

Quote:We stopped by the LWRC booth and were fortunate enough to get to handle and photograph two guns that you’ll probably be hearing a lot more about this coming year. The first gun is a special magazine-less AR that’s designed to be legal in ban states like CA. Take a look at the shots in the gallery below, and you can get a good idea of how this thing works.

You pull down the box at the bottom, insert bullets into the bullet-shaped hole, and then shove the whole thing back up. It’s basically a non-detachable, reloadable “magazine” that you can get in either 7 or 10 round configurations, depending on your local laws.

The LWRC rep told me that CA is the company’s largest civilian market, so it’s clear that they’re not going to just let it go without a fight. This seems like a great idea, and while it pains me that all of my shooter friends in CA will have to jump through hoops like this, at least they’ll still have options.

LWRC has a patent pending on this device, but they’re hoping to license it widely. So those of you in CA might see this design crop up in a number of ARs in the coming year or so.

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#2
I don't know what to think about this.

I understand that it allows those who face restrictions a way to still own one, but it also presents a "common sense solution" to those hell bent on restricting them all the way to extinction.
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I wanna know what the INFINITY! switch does.
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I like LWRC stuff, but they have been hitting the medicinal Mary Jane if they don't think California legislators don't want to ban EVERY firearm.
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Emptymag;132207 Wrote:I don't know what to think about this.

I understand that it allows those who face restrictions a way to still own one, but it also presents a "common sense solution" to those hell bent on restricting them all the way to extinction.

Agreed, it smacks of capitulation.

I don't like it.

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It sucks that LWRC has to do this. They're probably one of the finest rifle manufacturers out there. I talk to a lot of their people off and on. They know how the system works just like any other manufacturer out there. They just want to make sure CA residents have an opportunity to own their fine rifles.

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All this does is enable the anti-legislators.
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Rik Bitter;132212 Wrote:I wanna know what the INFINITY! switch does.

I'm just gonna take a guess, but I believe if you switch that on it can fire 30 magazine clips in half a second. They call it the ghost gun switch.
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They're just going to pass a law lowering the mag limits to 3 or 4 rounds. Or they'll require all semi auto pistols and rifles be equiped with a device so that the gun can only shoot 1 round every 20 seconds. The whole microstamping law itself is practically a way to destroy the 2A there. 1984 or 2014?
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I hate how big gun companies are conforming to the likes of Commefonia
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