Disclaimer

  • There are NO FIREARMS SALES on this site.
  • There is NO LOGIN or REGISTRATION system, therefore we do not keep any personal information.
  • We are not lawyers and the information contained on this website and shared across our social networks should NOT be considered legal advice.
  • Our goal is to provide accurate and up-to-date information. We cross check and validate as much info as possible however we are not responsible for typos, incorrect part numbers, vague descriptions, or false information provided to us.
  • GALLERY SUBMISSIONS – We DO NOT make any claims of legality for submissions in our featured rifles gallery. It is up to you, the consumer, to decide if a rifle or its parts meet the criteria of a non-assault weapon based on PC 30515.
  • SOCIAL NETWORKS – We DO NOT make any claims of legality for Instagram or Twitter posts or reposts. Captions are copied and pasted as posted from the original user with their consent. It is up to you, the consumer, to decide if a rifle or its parts meet the criteria of a non-assault weapon based on PC 30515.
  • STANDARD CAPACITY MAGAZINES – The images shown in our gallery and our social networks depict magazines of various capacity by the owner. We do not make any claims of legality – specifically how or when they were acquired or whether or not they are blocked to 10 rounds.
  • SOME FEATURELESS GRIPS have been a topic of debate as to whether or not they meet the criteria of a pistol grip. Specifically the Ledesma Arms, Juggernaut Tactical and Supernova Rifleworks grips can be considered “in a grey area” of legality. We do not make any claims of legality on these grips. Please seek proper legal advice or contact the manufacturer for additional details.
  • SOME ANGLED FOREGRIPS have been a topic of debate as to whether or not they meet the criteria of a forward pistol grip. Spcifically it has been argued that one could grasp an angled grip in the same fashion as a vertical forward grip whether intentional or accidental. We do not make any claims of legality on these grips. Please seek proper legal advice or contact the manufacturer for additional details.
  • SOME MUZZLE DEVICES have been a topic of debate as to whether or not they meet the criteria of a non-flash hider. Specifically it has been argued that some muzzle devices are advertised as “muzzle brakes” but could have hybrid design characteristices that inherently lower flash signature in low light situations. We do not make any claims of legality on these muzzle devices. Please seek proper legal advice or contact the manufacturer for additional details.
  • SOME PINNED STOCKS are depicted as submitted in the photos by their respective owners. They are often shown with the adjustment lever still in tact, and we cannot make claims of legality or validate whether or not the stock is actually pinned/fixed in place.