That's a nice rifle. Good groups will come with practice. What range is that? Kind of looks like the old San Gabrial Valley Gun Club range.
CZRemingtonGuy said:I definitely plan on reloading someday. I already save all my brass for when I do. But I have other stuff I would like to buy first. I'd like to get an AR-15 and maybe a second handgun first. After I have those, reloading equipment is the next thing I'd like to invest in.
It's an Arms Tech Mag Xtender, available here:dratt1957 said:Hey,CZREMINGTON GUY Where did the box mag setup come from? and does it feed reliably?
that is not standard for those rifles.
Yes, I will have to make a CA legal one. The best way to do so is to buy a stripped lower receiver and build it yourself. The easiest way to make it CA legal is to use what's called a "bullet button." According to CA law, the gun cannot have a detachable magazine, but there is an exemption if the magazine requires a tool to be removed. There are several different bullet buttons, but the one I plan on getting is a B-16 bullet button which attaches right over the mag release and requires a pointy object (which counts as the tool) to release the mag. The nice thing about the B-16 is that it only takes the right sized allen wrench and five seconds to remove if I ever travel to a free state (as those of us in CA like to call them) that doesn't have such ridiculous laws. If you would like to know more about CA legal AR-15's (or really CA legal semi-auto rifles in general), read this:SemperFi said:Yes, AR's are a "must have at least one" in my book! I've purchased a Rock River Arms AR within the last year, and the quality is top notch! Will you have to get a CA legal version? I think they can't have a detachable magazine or something?