Thanks!! Glad I am in Michigan. But some dang legislator is trying to get a bill banning mags more than 10 rounds and assault rifles. I don't think it has a chance of passing as there are a lot of pro gun members in the State House.Just like Junkie said and if you don't live in CA don't worry about it.
And the creator of the original bullet button has already come out with a legal workaround. Just like others did when the northeastern states went on their tear.All current guns with the "Bullet Button" will be illegal in Cal. next yr!
Since guns with bullet buttons did not technically have detachable magazines, they could legally include the features that offended the sensibilities of California legislators.
Gun controllers saw that creative solution as an outrageous loophole, which they sought to close with S.B. 880 (a.k.a. A.B. 1135). The new law makes any of the six detested features illegal on a gun "that does not have a fixed magazine," and it defines "fixed magazine" as "an ammunition feeding device contained in, or permanently attached to, a firearm in such a manner that the device cannot be removed without disassembly of the firearm action!
Haha. Funny!Heh... everytime I see this I think "some people calls it a bullet button, I calls it a trigger".
Good idea. I will try to make something that makes shooting this gun as fun as it should be. My Arsenal SAM7 kinda sucks to shoot because of the horrible bullet button they use. It's the worst one ever! No easy way to change mags! It seems like Arsenal is taking out their anger at California on us customers!Try different size allen wrenches until you get one that is decently sized but small enough to fit. It seems to me someone used to make a finger ring that had a pin on it for this purpose.
Great info. Thanks! I just ordered some bullet button rings. But my bigger problem now is the front site! After 250 rounds it was sideways! It came loose like it never had any thing holding it in place. But those 250 rounds were awesome!