So Im moving out of state and the law there says I can only have a MAXIMUM of 10 rounds in my magazine. Problem is I have 4-6 15 round magazines for a Sig Sauer p226 9mm. I called the Bullet Hole and Sig Sauer direct and they said they couldnt modify the magazine. So my question is, what can I do with my current magazines: sell them and buy 10 round magazines or can they be modified?
1. Pre-owned,OEM, black, in Excellent Conditon, Long Mag style, 15 Rounds in a 22 Round Mag Body
$25 and free ship
1. Same as above, but 10 round in a Long .22 Round Body, $22; free ship
Note one of thse mags, the 10 round is cross posted on ebay, the 15 rounder is not cross posted. If the 10 rounder sells on ebay, i will remove the 10 round mag, but leave the 15.
PM me if you want either or both. To avoid confusion first unequivocal I'll take it gets one or both
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Hello everyone, brand new to the board so let me know if I'm in the right subforum or if I can have this better answered elsewhere. pagunforums.com anyone? lol
Can anyone recommend an FFL in Pennsylvania that will pin weld breaks, pin stocks, and also accept transfers. I live in North Jersey so anything in North PA with low FFL and gunsmithing fees are preferable. I am running into problems with a shop refusing to send complete AR 15s to NJ FFLs. Any help is appreciated.
I'm a huge fan of the SI stock stop. Really threw my local detective for a loop when we saw each at the range the other day. He is used to the old fashioned way and is surprised that both ranges and civilians are coming up with newer ways to meet the BS requirements here in NJ without destroying their rifles or magazines.
These two look nice (have 2 HG permits):
The Glock already has the optics. Is that MkIV compatible with optics at the rear? Are those prices good?
Also, was wondering if someone could suggest a website that deals with NJ and ships to their FFL dealers.