The Mag Magnet is a polymer button that magnetically attaches to a Bullet Button™. It is not permanent, is easily removed, and requires no modifications to your Bullet Button equipped firearm. The Mag Magnet should never be left on your AR Rifle while inside of California. This item is best used when traveling outside of California for temporary use of your bullet button as a standard mag release and then removed when re-entering California to adhere to the mandatory fixed magazine situation. Use in California, if left on gun, constitutes an illegal Assault Weapon situation and should be avoided. The AR Mag Magnet includes a convenient storage pin to store the Mag Magnet when not in use.
When can I use the Mag Magnet?
The mag magnet can be installed and left on your firearm if it is;
- a rimfire, most commonly .22LR
- a featureless build with no other evil features such as a pistol grip, flash suppressor, vertical fore grip, flare or grenade launcher, collapsible or folding stock, or thumbhole stock
- outside the state of California
- an “assault weapon” registered with the CA DOJ
California State law prohibits certain types of firearms. Semi-automatic, centerfire rifles with a detachable magazine cannot have any one of the following features (PC 12276.1).
- Pistol Grip
- Flash Suppressor/Flash Hider
- Vertical Fore Grip/Forward Pistol Grip
- Flare or Grenade Launcher
- Collapsible or folding Stock
- Thumbhole Stock
If your firearm does not have any of these prohibited or evil features, then you can have a detachable magazine.
You are also prohibited from possessing;
A semiautomatic, centerfire rifle that has a fixed magazine with the capacity to accept more than 10 rounds.
A semiautomatic, centerfire rifle that has an overall length of less than 30 inches.
Bullet Button Mag Magnet Features:
Fits California Bullet Button
Available in Black, Red, Green or Blue
Easy to install and remove
Magnet holds in place
Mag Magnet Legal
For use in California, do not leave Mag Magnet on rifle at any time. Mag. Magnet is intended to be used as a magazine tool to comply with Title 11 California Code of Regulations Section 5469(a) and California Penal Code 12276.1. Leaving Mag. Magnet on firearm may designate it as an illegal assault weapon in violation of California law. The CA Dept. of Justice has not taken action on the Mag. Magnet.
Do not use Mag. Magnet in California on magazines with capacities greater than 10 rounds. It is advised that Mag Magnet users become familiar with California DOJ requirements and updated interpretations of existing laws and regulations.
We shall not be held responsible in any way for the inappropriate use of the product by the user. User assumes all liabilities and risks associated with ownership and use of this product.
Use of the Mag Magnet is at your own risk. The Mag Magnet should never be left on your gun, doing so may result in a less than favorable legal situation, if caught, you may be charged with a felony weapons charge.