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    Pinning the mags is easy and reallly kind of a joke as far as gun control is concerned as you can just pull the pin out and fully load the mag. Be warned though that getting caught with a fullly operational high cap has a stiff mandatory sentence (last I heard 9 years in prison).

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    AR stuff is hard to come by in the US these days, never mind trying to import it. For better luck you might try here:

    http://www.canadiangunnutz.com/

    At the very least you might pick some up on the dealer forums or the equipment exchange if you pay attention.
    <insert witty comment>

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRT6 View Post
    Pinning the mags is easy and reallly kind of a joke as far as gun control is concerned as you can just pull the pin out and fully load the mag. Be warned though that getting caught with a fullly operational high cap has a stiff mandatory sentence (last I heard 9 years in prison).
    dbm: Here is a quick HOWTO for pinning magazines that I found a few months ago.

    I agree that requiring high capacity magazines to be pinned is not a viable means of gun control, but I'm glad it's legal because it would save me from having to buy new magazines (I have a single stack 1911, so that I don't need to modify anything to be legal in Canada).

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    +2 on http://www.canadiangunnutz.com/

    Look in the EE, also, Wolverine Supplies in MB usually has some.
    For the record, all mags must be pinned to 5, and that disassembled mag comment is way off: unpinned mag = mandatory minimum of 5 years at camp fed (minus time served before sentencing x2, good behavior, and boy scout badges earned while inside) but you will get a prohibition order which means you cannot own firearms.

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