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    California classes

    Does anyone know how the classes would go down in california since we have bullet buttons? I know there'd be speed drills and been wondering on how we'd go about reloading quick of we have a bullet button, thanks

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    I once heard something about a competition exemption in the law and that most classes use that to justify running standard weapons.
    "I never learned from a man who agreed with me." Robert A. Heinlein

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    I'm sorry I'm confused

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    Jay900,

    Where in SoCA are you located? Magpul hasn't held a course in SoCA in a very long time, however, there are other training outfits that teach students how to use an AR15 with a bullet button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koshinn View Post
    I once heard something about a competition exemption in the law and that most classes use that to justify running standard weapons.
    No such exemption exists in the law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay900 View Post
    Does anyone know how the classes would go down in california since we have bullet buttons? I know there'd be speed drills and been wondering on how we'd go about reloading quick of we have a bullet button, thanks
    Bullet button delays your reload by .70-1.0 seconds. The effect is negligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOA View Post
    No such exemption exists in the law.
    Not for California residents, but for residents of another state it apparently does:

    "Penal Code section 12280(m) provides an exception for out-of-state residents who bring assault weapons or .50 BMG rifles into the state if attending an organized match or competition conducted on a target range, club, etc., for the purpose of shooting targets."

    I haven't the inclination to actually look up or interpet the PC, so ask your lawyer to clarify for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kantstudien View Post
    Not for California residents, but for residents of another state it apparently does:

    "Penal Code section 12280(m) provides an exception for out-of-state residents who bring assault weapons or .50 BMG rifles into the state if attending an organized match or competition conducted on a target range, club, etc., for the purpose of shooting targets."

    I haven't the inclination to actually look up or interpet the PC, so ask your lawyer to clarify for you.
    Since a class is neither a match nor a competition, this will not help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chatterbox View Post
    Since a class is neither a match nor a competition, this will not help.

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