|March 16, 2013, 07:38 PM||#1|
Join Date: March 16, 2013
MAK 90: CA legal for CA resale?
I am an 01 FFL but cannot find the proper info needed for a possible sale of a Pre CA Ban Mak 90. I registered as an "assault weapon", CA DOJ replied ir wasnt necessary, although they registered it all the same.
I am looking at selling it to a CA customer. The sale is on hold for legal confirmation.
The rifle, a pre CA ban MAK 90, has a pistolgrip, non folding Ramline stock & muzzle brake, fixed 10 round mag. Is this legal to sell in CA? Following the flow chart... http://www.freewebs.com/socal_websho...AWID_v10_D.htm... It would appear that it is legal to sell in CA.
Looking for verification, opinions, legal info before I put my butt in the sling for a sale. Any help appreciated. I say yes, what say you?
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|March 17, 2013, 11:53 PM||#2|
Join Date: June 4, 2007
Location: Concord, CA
Is it Norinco? You don't say, and it matters.
A Norinco MAK 90 is a 'named' 'assault weapon'. As such, it cannot be sold to regular folk in CA - theoretically, a LEO with a letter from his/her chief might be authorized to buy it for duty use, but that's unlikely for an AK-pattern gun. A dealer with an 'assault weapon' permit might buy it; again, then he faces the problem of what to do with it.
If it were NOT a 'named weapon', would probably be OK - fixed-mag 10-round can have 'features' like the folding stock. You would have to un-register it to sell it as an 'off list lower'.
See the Calguns Foundation Wiki articles