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CA single shot compliance?

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I saw this on another forum regarding a company making pistols CA single shot compliant. Does anyone have a clue as to what this is all about? This is what i found. Contact us

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CA single shot pistols
Glock gen 4
HK p30
FNP 45
Ruger LCP

CA single shot pistols

We are currently working on extended barrels and zero shot magazines to convert handguns to be compliant for the single shot pistol exemption to the California handgun roster.

Here is how it will work. We will send the pistol converted to single shot with extended barrel to your FFL. When you pick up the pistol from your FFL you will then have to remove the extended barrel and magazine and return them to us. The barrels cost money and take a considerable amount of time to make so it would not be cost effective to do these conversions without getting the parts back and re-using them.

If you decide to keep the barrel and other parts and it is not returned within 25 days then you will receive an additional charge for the barrel. If you take the gun out and shoot it with the extended barrel you will be charged for the barrel. The price for the kit should you decide to keep it will be $400. If you should have problems with your background check or other circumstances that delay your return of the parts, we will make exceptions.

Please make sure that your FFL is willing to do the transfer on this before you order. If you do not have an FFL willing to do the transfer we will try to help in finding one as we have been in contact with some CA FFL's regarding this already and are always trying to expand our list.

Currently we can do these guns:

Glock - 17, 19, 22, 23, 34, 35

HK p30 and p30L


1911 9mm

XDM - 9mm and .40 S&W in standard or 3.8

FNP 45

Ruger LCP

Diamondback DB380

HK45 and HK45c


We are working on kits for the following guns:

Keltec PF9

CZ variants

Sig pistols

Walther PPS

For more info or to make suggestions please email us at [email protected]
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