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Question on the Caa Roni or the MCK for a Glock

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Hi,

Excuse my ignorance, but Ive been looking at the CAA Roni or the  MCK (you add your pistol (Glock) and they are like a carbine). If im not mistaken with the arm brace they are considered an "Other"not an SBR.

I could be wrong as I usually am when it comes to NJ law. Has anyone used one? Pros, Cons? Which one is better? Worth the price? Are they a ticket straight to jail? Dunno if you guys discussed this yet but I haven't seen it yet? I know its a lot of questions but I always get good answers from the Forum.

Should I pull the trigger so to speak and spring for one? Looks like a cool toy.

Thanks,

Lou

Bergen County

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According to their FAQ they will ship to NJ, and the model with a "brace" doesn't count as an SBR, so theoretically you're good to go...until the ATF changes their mind again.

https://caagearup.com/pages/faqs-page/

Do you ship to California, New York, and New Jersey?

Yes, we do ship to California, New York, and New Jersey the Non-NFA products. It’s up to the buyer to research their state and local laws, as they may change frequently.

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17 hours ago, leo-польд said:

I don't want to be first in another words, if someone is already with Roni please share some photo. 

Respectfully, what will a picture of someone else do for you?

If you get harassed at the range or harassed when pulled over by a cop are you going to say ""KrdShrk" from NJ Gun Forums has one, so you can't harass me"??

 

 

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10 hours ago, 124gr9mm said:

Respectfully, what will a picture of someone else do for you?

If you get harassed at the range or harassed when pulled over by a cop are you going to say ""KrdShrk" from NJ Gun Forums has one, so you can't harass me"??

 

 

For sure not, I just hope it is known device in NJ and people are already owning it. Saying on forum - it is legal is not quite the same as some paper I have from police on mine other Troy for example. I just need some proof before I will spend $350 on this plastic box :)

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17 hours ago, leo-польд said:

For sure not, I just hope it is known device in NJ and people are already owning it. Saying on forum - it is legal is not quite the same as some paper I have from police on mine other Troy for example. I just need some proof before I will spend $350 on this plastic box :)

It's an accessory, there's no paper to be had. 

This would be like requesting permission to put a light on your pistol. 

The paper you have for your "other" doesn't make it legal anyway. It's not a legally binding document. 

 

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