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Glock carbines...

Discussion in 'California Glockers' started by ArkinDomino, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. ArkinDomino

    ArkinDomino Registered Dude

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    I used a carbine chambered in .357 today and it was blast to shoot! I've been wanting This but I was told it was not CA legal. IS this true? I can't find any info on this.
     
  2. Quiet

    Quiet Casino Goon

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    In it's unmodified form, installation of a Mech-Tech CCU on a Glock/1911 would be a felony in CA.
    Since, you would be manufacturering an unregistered assault weapon.

    You can own it, but can't install it in CA.

    You can modify a Glock/1911, then install it and you would be CA legal.

    Modification would require you to fix a 10 round magazine in place while using the Mech-Tech CCU.
    Most common modification, is to grind down the magazine release of the Glock/1911 until it is flush with the grip and you can not operate it without the use of a tool.

    Go here to learn more.
    www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=76754&highlight=mech+tech
     

  3. TKM

    TKM Shiny Member Lifetime Member

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    A very small article in the new American Rifleman mentioned that Microtech(the knife company, getting into guns) will be coming out with a pistol caliber carbine set up for Glock magazines. No sign of it on the website, though.
     
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    Quiet Casino Goon

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    They showed it off at the 2008 SHOT show.

    It's basically one of their AUGs that takes Glock magazines. Will be initally available in 9x19mm, .40S&W, 10mmAuto and .45ACP. With .357SIG and .45GAP following later on.

    Here's is a pic of a .45ACP version they had at the SHOT show.
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    Is that CA legal??