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  1. Interesting. In California, (so far anyway) possession is not (and has not been) restricted. However, you are not able to purchase, trade, give, loan, receive or import standard capacity magazines (over 10 round capacity). If you break one or loose one, it cannot be replaced legally. The only caveat is you may not use standard capacity magazines (over 10 rounds) in a “fixed magazine” optioned AR as it becomes an unregistered assault rifle at that point. You may generally use them in a featureless configuration or in a registered assault rifle configuration. This is nothing new. When the legislature redefined “fixed magazine”, bullet button optioned ARs no longer met the fixed magazine definition and California could require registration as Assault Weapons. Currently the definition of a fixed magazine optioned AR requires the rifle action to break open (however slight, stupid, I know) for magazine removal. These officers were either clearly ignorant or wilfully disobedient of the law. Kudos for the administration to have recognized and corrected this.
    In my experience older officers are generally more constitutionally biased while officers who may have had a drink (or two) of the kool aid (with exceptions of course) tend to be much younger.

  2. Using plastic or synthetic rubber inside of a food Garden is a dangerous idea. Hundreds of different chemicals Leach out into the soil and then into your food. It really is no wonder that there is so much cancer in the world today due to our constant saturation in carcinogenic chemicals. Go natural and save yourself, literally.

    1. There is content in the Rural Revolution article that helps to debunk the poison tire myth. As long as you do not burn or grind them they are safe. Based on a USDA report, I believe. We used them for potatoes for years. OK as long as you do not mind some black on your arms and clothes.

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