California tries to get real clever with its constant destruction of 2nd Amendment rights. The latest batch of unconstitutional California gun laws means rifles cannot have removable magazines. Mean Arms has made a quick and cheap workaround to quickly load a neutered AR-15.
California tries to get real clever with its constant destruction of 2nd Amendment rights. The latest batch of unconstitutional California gun laws means rifles cannot have removable magazines. While law this will do nothing to stop criminals from breaking the law, it makes anti-gun Californians feel good about themselves.
However, with all of the anti-gun laws states like California keep on coming up with, gun owners keep on finding ways to work around them. While it’s unfortunate products like this have to exist, necessity breeds innovation. Mean Arms, you’ve created an excellent product.
Seen here first from @2A4CA. This speed loader for fixed magazine AR rifles from @meanarms being released in April. The MA Loader CA kit comes with the speed loader, mag lock, and feed ramp or you can purchase the parts by themselves. Available for presale on their website now. DON’T REGISTER! #2A4CA #2AforCA #AssaultIsAnActionNotAnObject #MyGunIsAToolAndHasNeverAssaultedAnyone #IGMilitia #IGMilitiaCA #TakeBackCA #BehindEnemyLines #California #2A #RightToBearArms #Kalifornia #CaliforniaProblems #shallnotbeinfringed #calegal #meanarms
From the Mean Arms website:
An unintended consequence of the new intrusive California laws is safety. Now with absolutely no ability to load an unloaded AR-15 for home defense within a reasonable amount of time, gun owners will inevitably choose to keep them loaded at all times. This could potentially put the people we are committed to defend at risk. The use of a MA-Loader prevents this problem and is the safest solution for all AR-15 owners anywhere. Once installed, it renders the weapon totally inoperable. Simply keep your AR-15 unloaded with an MA-Loader close by. One push and you are loaded & ready.
Major props to Mean Arms for helping Californians work around the anti-gun laws and still have partially useable AR-15s.