The California compliant Zastava Arms ZPAP M70 AK47 style 7.62×39 M70 rifle includes a wood stock and handguard. The CA legal ZPAP M70 Ak-47 is fitted with a Strike Industries AK fin grip to meet the requirements for a featureless rifle.
The Lee Armory Russian AK47 in 7.62×39 We started with rare, hard to find 1969 Izhmash kits, numbers matching of course. We added a Childer’s Guns receiver with the proper Russian fire select markings
and a brand new Radom cold hammer forged barrel. We gave all of the parts to the wizards at Lee Armory and told them to “make us some beauties.” These are the result. Properly built with Russian spec rivets, Tapco G2 triggers (922r compliance), and all the gun love possible. After construction they are sent to We Plead the 2nd for a top notch Cerakote application, then reassembled with the original, untouched wood furniture. For California, we add a grip wrap and block the mag to 10 rounds. Own a piece of history today!
Arsenal SAM7R 7.62×39 AK47
Lee Armory and Legendary AKM Manufacture M+M Industries (M10X Rifles) teamed up to provide a cost effective AKM Style Rifle manufactured from current Forged Military Production Parts. Each Lee Armory Romanian AK47 762×39 Rifle contains hand pressed Russian Spec Rivets and a Romanian Military Cold Hammer Forged Barrel.
Built with Forged Romanian Parts and a Cold Hammer Forged Barrel! The Lee Armory Hunter AK47 Sporter is made with BRAND NEW Romanian Military Parts From the Famous ROMARM Factory in Cugir, Romania!
The Lee Armory Hunter AK47 Sporter is 100% legal for New York, New Jersey, California and many other ban states.
Hunter Rifle. The Hunter has no Pistol Grip, and includes a 10 Round Magazine.
From its intermediate-length trapdoor buttstock to its removable four-port muzzle brake, every component of the SAM7R is engineered to provide decades of dependable and accurate service. The SAM7R rifle is bound to become a sought-after shooter and collectible firearm.
Each forged receiver blank requires over 5.5 hours of milling before assembly. This forging and milling process is complex and time-intensive, but Arsenals meticulous attention to detail delivers a receiver of unequaled strength, precision, and durability.
The Lee Armory Bulgarian AK74 5.45x39mm rifle is built from a Bulgarian AK74 kit using a Morrissey receiver. The AK-74 includes a stainless steel barrel, Russian SPEC rivets, and a refinished Bulgarian wood stock set in classic AKM brown. The California legal AK74 has a grip wrap added and includes a blocked 10/30 Ak74 magazine.
Lee Armory Hunter AK47
CA legal AK47 style rifles are available and legal to own now! You can purchase a CA legal AK47 style rifle from Cordelia Gun Exchange.
“States can regulate this pretty quickly, but I don’t see Texas or Ohio taking that up anytime soon,” Vasquez said.
Michael Siegel, a professor at the school of public health in Boston University, conducted an analysis that shows states with high-capacity bans are less likely to experience a mass shooting.
He may also have skirted federal law prohibiting short barrels by using a “pistol brace” affixed to a pistol that fires the .223 bullet usually used in rifles.
Vasquez said the Trump administration’s recent move to limit access to bump stock devices hinged on changing a legal definition. Magazine size bans need legislation, he said, like the federal ban that ran from 1994 to 2004.
“It’s not going to stop the mass shooting, but it can lower the amount of casualties when you have an event like this,” he said.
Ohio and Texas allow the guns and the magazines to be sold. California bans the sale of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, but the Gilroy shooter legally bought his gun in Nevada.
Siegel said he believes efforts to curb mass shootings would be more effective if they focused on banning magazines instead of military-style weapons.
El Paso’s police chief also noted that it was not only legal for the shooter to purchase the firearm, but Texas allows open carry of rifles in public places.
“You still don’t really see them used much in the military for lack of consistency and all the added weight,” Vasquez said.
More details about the weapons used in the weekend's deadly shooting rampages in Ohio and Dayton