<p>M14/M1A 10/20 Blocks for 7.62x51mm or .308 magazines. These fit the standard US Military magazines and similar after market magazines. This new design is held to the spring by inserting the end of the spring into a hole in the block. No external modifi
It looks as though the Sheriff's are not going to enforce the new law, but I'll keep my 20 round mags at home (legal) and use the 10 rounders for range duty. That law is so screwed up that non compliance is the only real course of action. However, I don't want to be the first "test" case...
Even if the new law actually survives, it allows you to keep and use your 20 round magazines. The Sheriff here in Jackson County refuses to enforce it anyway. I think the whole law will get shot down since it is so convoluted and unconstitutional.
A few years ago the libs took over Virginia government and started down the path to ban 'assault weapons', 'hi-cap mags' etc. Just to be safe I purchased a few Mag Block kits for my M14, M1 Carbine, Glocks etc. They went in easily and functioned fine. I did not put the epoxy on the attachment point so easily reversed the process. They are a relatively low cost option. Also, they can be used as a pattern to make your own out of scrap plastic.
Fortunately last November sanity prevailed and Republicans swept the Gov, LtGov and AtGen offices, retook the house and put the issue to rest for the foreseeable future.
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