Please keep in mind that we are not lawyers, so we cannot offer legal advice. However, we do think the law is reasonably clear as it relates to ARs. There have been several webinars presented by NRA and CRPA that discuss the law in detail as well.
For AR-15 and AR-10 owners who have chosen not to use a fixed magazine solution, the other option in California, New York and several other states is to go “featureless.” This option allows you to keep your bullet button as long as you remove all your “evil features.” Those include adjustable stocks and pistol grips. Installing Cross Armory’s state-of-the-art STOCK LOCK gives AR-15 and AR-10 gun owners with adjustable buttstocks a simple solution to new regulations in these states.
The STOCK LOCK is a preferred solution for those who want their weapon to be complaint with California and other state laws by converting it to “featureless”, thus avoiding an AR-15 mag lock device and bullet button solution.
The STOCK LOCK turns an adjustable stock into a fixed stock with the additional flexibility of being able to be installed at any point on the buffer tube. The gun owner is unable to adjust the buttstock while the STOCK LOCK is installed.
This AR-15 or AR-10 accessory provides for the buttstock to be fixed in a position on the buffer tube that is optimal for every gun owner . STOCK LOCK is easily removed if the law changes. And the value of the AR-15 will not decrease if it is sold in a state without fixed stock requirements.
Again, this is not a legal representation. We recommend that all of our clients do their own research by reading the law and regulations.