Arsenal, Inc. Discontinues California Compliant Rifles

Arsenal, Inc. isn’t the first firearm manufacturer to pull out of the California market and they won’t be the last. They announced today that they will no longer be producing their two CA compliant AK variants – the SAM7SF-84C and SAM7UF-85C.

Arsenal Inc. appreciates the 2nd Amendment supporters and our enthusiasts from California and we remain dedicated to “The Right to Bear Arms” for everyone.

However, given the current laws and regulations in California and with less than 3 months left for the new laws to take effect, we regret to announce that the production of two of our California compliant rifles, the SAM7SF-84C and SAM7UF-85C has come to an end as of October 10th, 2016. All components for making the SAM7UF and SAM7SF into fixed stock California compliant rifles have been manufactured and the last units have rolled out of our production lines.

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4 Responses to Arsenal, Inc. Discontinues California Compliant Rifles

  1. Cymond October 18, 2016 at 05:30 #

    I wonder if there’s a rush/shortage/panic buy in CA to get rifles before the law takes effect. I know I would buy now if I still lived there.

    As I understand it, after the law kicks in, these will have to be registered as Assault Weapons, and after that, the magazine locking system can be removed, making them fully functional just like what most states have.

  2. Sean October 18, 2016 at 06:52 #

    Does anyone know a website that sells this model SAM7SF-84C and will ship to new york?

    It’s crazy how most of the time I see the two worst states CA and NY cannot ship CA models to NY or NY models to CA.

    The SAFE act in NY would approve of this having a bullet button mag so why won’t sites ship to a NY FFL?

    • Nik October 18, 2016 at 09:33 #

      Magazine locks aren’t NY compliant. With the new CA law there isn’t a reason for manufacturers to keep producing them.

      • Sean October 19, 2016 at 10:01 #

        Magazine lock allows “assault features” to be had without registry of an AW in NYS.

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