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California Court: No right to own commonly owned rifles because they’re unusual

David Hardy on the decision. I’d be curious to see what would happen if the gun was an AR since most rifles sold today are AR-15s.

8 Responses to “California Court: No right to own commonly owned rifles because they’re unusual”

  1. Lyle Says:

    An AR-15 type is far more common today than the flintlock longrifle. Not that that has any relevance whatsoever being as the second amendment has no qualifiers. The question is whether the AR-15 or any other weapon qualifies as an “arm”, and I suppose there is no end to the mount of twisting and wrangling the leftist rebels can do to the word “arm” so as to make it mean anything but what it means.

  2. Tango Says:

    The rifle was an AK variant that was not CA compliant. Unknown which features it still possessed.

  3. Joel Stoner Says:

    Are there Ca compliant AK’s?

  4. Huck Says:

    “Are there Ca compliant AKs?”

    Most likely AKs that have been scrapped are the only ones that are Kalifornia compliant.

  5. comatus Says:

    Are there Ca compliant AKs?

    That would come under the Hearst Castle Doctrine.

  6. mikee Says:

    There used to be CA compliant AKs. They looked sort of like the rifles used by the Gorillas in the original Planet of the Apes: stocks and magazines malformed to comply with odd requirements.

  7. Affe Says:

    CA compliant AK would simply be an AK with the mag release blocked off so it needs to be opened with a tool. Mine has a small opening through which you can insert (for example) a thin allen key and manipulate the latch. Oh, and a 10 round mag. Alternately one without “evil features” (front grip, pistol grip etc) under CA’s AWB.

  8. tincankilla Says:

    Affe is right, but CA also has named “assault rifles” (such as the Colt, Armalite, prob specific AK brands) that are illegal all the time. so you get an “off list lower”.

    anyway, this reasoning seems totally flawed. take it to the supreme court!