How is that not operating outside of their area of jurisdiction? Is it not even a thing CHIPs needs to worry about anymore?The California Highway Patrol does follow people from CA-plated cars into border state gun shows to see what they buy; and arrest them when they cross back into CA with certain items
Nationwide 1994-2004. Those were the dark times. Very dark. Couldn't even get a banana clip for a 10/22.Looking to hear from those who have lived in or otherwise dealt with States that had 10+ round mag bans.
Was it legal for you to modify higher capacity mags down to 10 rnd capacity. If so what type of modifications did you do to limit capacities?
If the State grandfathered previously owned 10+ mags was it legal to use them while carrying?
What was the method used to determine the capacity of a magazine?
There are ways to do it, but it’s kind of complicated. I’ve been deputized by the US Marshal’s to work across state lines. There are some situations where MOUs or mutual aid agreements are in place. I’m not sure if any of that is necessary if it’s purely investigative and no attempt to arrest occurs until they are back in CA.How is that not operating outside of their area of jurisdiction? Is it not even a thing CHIPs needs to worry about anymore?
Smells illegal as hell to me...
As with everything supply vs demand. With more and more gun owners lining up to support the mag bans the supply of 10 round mags will of course start to ramp up. When it does the price will of course drop. I guess the way this is going I will have to start watching the places that tend to have them on sale and start buying some 10 round Glock Mags for my PCC'sThe price of 10 round mags go up drastically lol ! A Beretta 92 15-17 round mag $20 a ten round mag about $49
I've bought several dozen mags off these guys for my SIGs and 1911s. They get a decent sales every so often if you sign up for the notification emailsThanks looks like pretty close to as low as they go. Will look around a little and if I do not find better will try them. Will miss my happy sticks
Thanks, just looked at CDNN and they have them right now too. A LOT of the mags I have came from them. They must buy train car loads at a time since every so often they have nice sales on them. Looks like a lot of people are going to be needing some Have to hope at least when they get around to hosing us here they will give a chance to get rid of the pile I have so I can get some of the cash back out of them.I've bought several dozen mags off these guys for my SIGs and 1911s. They get a decent sales every so often if you sign up for the notification emails
Same here bro left last year. I had a heard time taking my firearms into the police station to get registered. Side note I have bought many a rifle mag there but you’d be really hard pressed to find a pistol mag over 10 rounds at any legal outlet.Hawaii has an Assault Pistol ban that also forbids any magazine of over 10 rounds capacity that could/might be used in an assault pistol. Conveniently.....that would cover the AR15 magazine. Yeah, remember the "Bushmaster Pistol".
Bottom line : By law and definition. The "rifle" AR15 magazine has to be blocked (or modified) to 10 rounds or less capacity.
Has anyone been convicted for possession?
I got no idea.
That being said....some, internet sellers just flat out refuse to sell ANY magazine with a capacity of over 10 rounds to a Hawaii resident (no matter if pistol or rifle).
YEAH, Yeah, yeah.....
No need to say/mention anything about the LEO exception clause.
PS......YES. Another reason why I no longer live in Hawaii.
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