Bullet button sucks, so I'm thinking of making my raifu featureless and getting one of those FRS-15 stocks. What does k think of said funny looking thingie?
I know this sounds silly, but I have actually thought about buying one because I would have the only one in North Dakota.
In all seriousness, their big issue is ergonomics. With a hand on the grip, the mag release can be hard to reach and the angle and length of pull is odd but not unusable.
Im in TN, I actually like em. I Also am replicating pic.
It would look a lot less goofy if you were able to make it a thumbhole stock. Obviously, though, connecting the buffer tube and the stock would make it extremely dangerous and deadly to civilians.
>Ironically well suited for rapid hip firing.
I know right. You could actually hold the thing one-handed, brace the stock against your chest and spray a room. Couldn't do that with too many other non-commie designs out there.
Not that I've actually thought about doing that, but y'know.
I have this but with a standard fixed stock configuration
I'm probably stuck here for another year or 2 if I'm lucky.
these are some ugly ass rifles
id honestly consider noguns
Just go bullet button and get the little magnetic tool and put a normal stock on
I wouldn't. Its bad and against the law though. So totally never get one
Automatic felony if you use mags over 10rds in a "fixed" mag lower, and using a mag magnet or other "tool" like that is still legally dubious, to date DOJ's only stance has been "no comment".
Just understand that if some power hungry cop arrests you for said "tool" and you don't have very good lawyers (as there is no current case law to back you up) it might seriously fuck up your life, even if you could get out of a conviction should the worst happen.
This is all that is needed to make the gun legal in california
besides a muzzle brake than a flash hider or 10 round magazines
NO FAGGOT BULLET BUTTONS
NO FLAT MUZZLES
NO ODD STOCKS
and if new laws get passed to lift the bans
than you can easily just remove the sleeve and and a normal ar15 or if you move to another state you dont have to do much to fix it
as gay as it is
there are TONS of california gun owners
Supremely free texasfag here. What's the bullet button? Something you have to physically press to reset the trigger?
HURR DURR REMEMBER KIDS THE BARREL IS WELDED ONTO THE RECEIVER SO IF THE BARREL IS WORN OUT FROM LOTS OF SHOOTING YOU HAVE TO BUY THE ENTIRE NEW RECEIVER MEANWHILE WITH AR15S YOU JUST HAVE TO REPLACE THE BARREL BECAUSE IT'S NOT WELDED ONTO THE RECEIVER HURR DURR!!!!!!!!!!!!
we need liberal reform
im unfortunately moving to california because my father got a job there and im tied to my family mostly
but i live in a state that is just as bad NJ
at least there is oregon, nevada, and utah nearby
oh no that's not true at all. The guy just made it up, even when the reporter was trying to correct him.
Making shit up is how they pass the majority of these laws. Makes you wonder how incompetent they actually are.
Why the fuck would you go on tv and just make shit ip on the spot like that?
I always facepalm when I see retardedness like this.
>these gunz with grips are too dangerous
>invent non scary way to shoot gun, but makes gun harder to shoot / aim
>thus making the gun harder to hit the intended target, and in essence more dangerous
Fucking libtard logic man. SOOO glad I don't have to deal with this...
>until the next executive order comes out, FUG
They don't care about safety, at least not our safety. If they did no one would be okay with those sealed magwell AR15s. The fucking gun is designed to vent gas out the magwell in the event of catastrophic failure to reduce the chance of possible injury to the operator for fuck's sake.
>prompting state Sen. Leland Yee to introduce the first version of the legislation.
Not incompetent at all, as he was selling guns on the side, and authored bills to make guns in CA as shitty as possible to drive business up.
Are there any semi-auto rifles that don't have the capacity to accept removable magazines? Even hunting guns like the Browning BAR have removable magazines (even if they're 3 or 5 rounds)
That's a military rifle. I mean current production semi auto rifles. I don't think a single one (outside of maybe the Marlin Model 60) have a non-removable magazine. You'd have to have an open top to put rounds in, which is less durable and makes mounting a scope more difficult. Even the Remington Model 750 has a removable magazine.
The law that was linked was specifically crafted to prevent ARs with bullet buttons from being sold in CA. Previously, the law stated that the magazine must require a tool to be removed. This law would change it so that NO semiauto rifle could have a removable magazine whatsoever.
I have a ton of these i bought for cheap. I only have 1 installed though. I works, but the grip angle isn't very comfortable. Everyone always say im dumb for not using a BB, despite the fact I always have a BB'd lower right next to it.
Except the law was never enacted, so it's irrelevant. And regardless, it would have been thrown out in court because it is effectively a complete ban on semi-automatics, which the courts have made pretty damn clear is an overreach in their eyes.
Because banning bullet buttons would thus ban rifles with pistol grips, flash hiders, bayonet lugs, and adjustable stocks completely.
Despite what you non Californian gun owners think about the bullet button should not be existing in the first place, it allows these rifles to be sold and be owned and used when technically in theory they are all banned.
It still allows Californians to be better off than New Yorkers, Jerseyians, Marylandians, Bostonians, Canadians, Australians and Brits.
Just get an ambidexterous mag release and put the radlock on it, then always release it from the left side. nobody will ever see the tiny lever on the other side while focusing on the button instead
Power and Money.
Truth and Responsibility died a long, long time ago and the news media is about social consumerism and commercialism.
Keep repeating false information long enough and it becomes fact...like how nerds misuse the word decimation to describe a route, or full annihilation of enemy forces.
Words, political parties have changed drastically from what they used to mean.
I'm in a communist area with an AWB, yet the state has pre-emption over pistols so they're not regulated. Would it be retarded of me to build a 16" barrel AR pistol with just a buffer tube?
WATCH THIS, This actually has footage of guys shooting with a FRS-15
If you don't have manlet baby hands you can activate the mag release.
Shitty pic but this is my take. Truth be told it sucks not being able to use my pistol grip without the possibility of a felony charge. I usually swap out the Hammerhead grip for a standard A2 when I'm in a free state.
Rifle is still perfectly functional, I did turn the selector around as it's easier to use being right handed on this set up. Other than the grip the only real compromise on the build was a Smoke Composites fixed stock instead of something adjustable.
Lower is made from a blank, I'm thinking about building a handgun out of those Polymer 80 Spectre frames once they are out in the wild. Fuck DROS and fuck the DOJ in general, for the time being I refuse to bother with the mandatory registration/confiscation scheme.
Just use a "wonder wrench" OP. Turns your bullet button into a regular mag release and you can take it off in a few seconds.
>but, you know i'd never do that....
>or remove the rivets on 10/30 magazines
>or weld a katana as a bayonet on my 3in barreled upper
That's from 2013, one of Leland Yee's efforts that died when his career augered in. He had something like a half dozen pieces of antigun legislation in the hopper when the FBI arrested him for gun running and gangbanging. And weren't the Dems red in the face about that, let me tell you.
Actually really neat with wood furniture
Move out of the place that hates you for even existing in the first place?
Or break the law. Unless you tell people about it or bring it out, nobody would know.
>live in california
>life is suffering
>at the range with my boolet button
>My friend says "when is a cop going to look at your gun?"
>MFW there are two cops there shooting not more then 20ft away.
I work in a gun shop and have personally handled one of these. It feels good and shoulders well. I love it.
The only thing is, you should also add a double-sided selector lever to go with it, because the normal one will be hard to reach with your thumb if you are right-handed. (If you're left-handed, you lucked out.)
Being liberal isn't what people think it is in CA's big centers. It's a fucking culture here. Deep rooted culture that bleeds into the government, media, and laws.
If it were like any other blue state, aside from NY, then sure there might be some shit on us for not acting. But the fight here is for inches if you're on the right or want to do anything that isn't in agreement and the feel-good-liberals that run this place can do things in miles.
If we change anything here, it'd be the long game, but everyone forgets this when they start talking about one of THE most liberal states in the goddamn Union.