Bullet Button Ban Puts Thousands In Jeopardy

California’s Bullet Button Ban registration, which had a compliance deadline of June 30, 2018, appears to have underperformed even the normally appalling results we expect from Sacramento politicians. Reports from all over the Golden State detail countless stories of legal gun owners unable to register their AR-15 through the state’s Department of Justice (DOJ) website. For

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Some AR-15 Rear Takedown Pins Not Compliant

An example of rear takedown pin solution that still allows the AR-15 to fire even when the receivers are "separated."

There is some pressing news regarding AR-15 rear takedown pin products for California gun owners. With the June 30 Bullet Button Ban deadline rapidly approaches, AR-15 owners need to be aware that some products being marketed as “compliance solutions” and “California legal” are anything but. In an attempt to find new solutions for California gun

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PIN PAL Preserves Your AR-15

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.  Steel and aluminum don’t mix, especially concerning the

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