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I'd love the chance to try an FN SCAR rifle if there are any folks in Northern California. I have an AR15 carbine right now but for long range 308 rifle I'm looking at SCAR, HK and AR10 platforms.
 

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Lol, the same can be said about buying a neutered MK17. The "free staters" dog CA but wait until it spreads to you.... Hilary is coming.
Not exactly the same losing select fire and losing the whole riffle two different problems and I pretty sure Cali compliant Scar cost more $$$ I'm not dogging Cali I just think there rules take away from why any body would buy a scar 17-16 and pay $3000 for it
 

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Not exactly the same losing select fire and losing the whole riffle two different problems and I pretty sure Cali compliant Scar cost more $$$ I'm not dogging Cali I just think there rules take away from why any body would buy a scar 17-16 and pay $3000 for it
A CA compliant shoots semi-auto just as well as any other Scar. The only handicaps the CA compliant model has are the stock can't fold and the magazine release requires an object to be used to drop the magazine. In regard to the cost, where I live gives me an oppertunity to have a much higher income and more disposable income as a result.
 

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A CA compliant shoots semi-auto just as well as any other Scar. The only handicaps the CA compliant model has are the stock can't fold and the magazine release requires an object to be used to drop the magazine. In regard to the cost, where I live gives me an oppertunity to have a much higher income and more disposable income as a result.
Add no flash hider no 20rd mag and no collapsible stock I guess if u got money to blow then u will have a cool looking riffle
 

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Add no flash hider no 20rd mag and no collapsible stock I guess if u got money to blow then u will have a cool looking riffle
That means losing the "whole rifle" to you? And I don't know where you got the idea about no flash hiders. I have flash hiders on several of my rifles. If you're going to trash Cali-compliant rifles, you should at least know what you're talking about first. Also, collapsible stocks are not in fact prohibited. I guess one out of three ain't all bad lol....
 

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Add no flash hider no 20rd mag and no collapsible stock I guess if u got money to blow then u will have a cool looking riffle
You have your facts wrong. You can have both flash hiders and collapsible stocks. The truth is, you can even have a folding stock as long as it meets the minimum length requirement or of it can't fire when folded (the scar meets neither).

CA compliant
1- Bullet button or similar
2- 10rd max capacity
3- meet overall length

Or

1- no pistol grip
2- no flash hider
and you can use regular capacity free dropping magazines.

Bonus-
Work and live in CA dealing with the BS, let my retirement grow and sell my house when I retire. I can move to any but a handful of states and damn near by an entire town.
 
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