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Magpul PRS compliant on post ban?

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I am no expert but due to the length of travel of the stock use the term adjustable rather than collapsible. I think the length of adjustability to " shorten " the stock is like an inch. Even the website calls it adjustable rather than telescopic or colapsable. Finally, it uses a standard length buffer tube rather than the telescopic buffer tube.
 
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Practically speaking it doesn't collapse. Length of pull is comparable with an A2. You'd only use the adjustment it to extend it. Stock weighs a bunch too. I've got it mounted on a lr-308 in Vermont and was wondering if it needs to not move with me to mass in a couple months. I'm in the process of neutering all my post ban stuff.
 

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I am no expert but due to the length of travel of the stock use the term adjustable rather than collapsible. I think the length of adjustability to " shorten " the stock is like an inch. Even the website calls it adjustable rather than telescopic or colapsable. Finally, it uses a standard length buffer tube rather than the telescopic buffer tube.

The law says "a folding or telescoping stock".

A PRS is neither of those. . . Buy it if you want it.
 
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