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Gonna have to make a trip behind enemy lines to commiefornia with my P365xl which has normal capacity 12 & 15 round mags. Notice there’s a company called Magazineblock.com that sells 2 & 5 round mag blocks to bring normal mags down to the socialist 10 round limit, on a temporary basis. A couple of questions:

1. Do these mag blocks cause any feeding malfunctions?

2. Are mag blocks supposed to be epoxied or otherwise permanently affixed to be legal in commiefornia?
 

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Native of CA for 35 years. Never thought about this scenario that if you legally own your firearm from out of state that you'd need to block to visit CA.

Mag blocks typically work fine. Of course every CA gun owner has several.
 

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I would personally get some 10 round standard P365 mags and put the Tactical Dev base plates on them so they fit the XL grips. Then when you leave Kommiefornia, you’ll have some training mags. Then you don’t have to worry about reliability or having to epoxy anything into your 12 and 15 rounders.
 

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I split time between CA and CO (sucks to be in either mag limited state) so I leave 10rd P365 mags with TacDev plates in CA and 12rd & 15rd mags in CO.
 

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Are you going to doing this regularly. If so I would just grab 2. 10 rd XL mags for when needed. Not sure on CA but I'm NY and 95% sure mag blocks have to be permanent. I wouldn't destroy 12's if that's so. You also do what other poster said and get reg 365 10 and Tactical Development bases. Pic of all my options attached.


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I think you would be better with fixed 10 rounds. Obviously you are asking in the view of what if someone wants to check your mags. If you have a 12 or 15 blocked, the LEO will most likely notice you have a 12 or 15 because it shows on the side windows. Be prepared to be detained while someone takes these apart to confirm that you have what you say you have.

Get 10's and be on your way. And be safe.
 

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To be on the safe side I’d go with ten rounders. You really need to look at the wording of the specific regulation. In Mass. the language reads “readily converted to accept more than ten rounds of ammunition, or five shotgun shells”. There are exceptions for tubular holding devices like 22 rifles. The point is that “readily” is not defined.

Even with my biased position, I can’t argue that a blocker plug would qualify simply because magazines are designed to be disassembled for cleaning on a regular basis. The problem is with a situation like this it is a matter of opinion if the plug meets the regulations.



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I would personally get some 10 round standard P365 mags and put the Tactical Dev base plates on them so they fit the XL grips. Then when you leave Kommiefornia, you’ll have some training mags. Then you don’t have to worry about reliability or having to epoxy anything into your 12 and 15 rounders.
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I think you would be better with fixed 10 rounds. Obviously you are asking in the view of what if someone wants to check your mags. If you have a 12 or 15 blocked, the LEO will most likely notice you have a 12 or 15 because it shows on the side windows. Be prepared to be detained while someone takes these apart to confirm that you have what you say you have.

Get 10's and be on your way. And be safe.
I agree. Plus if you ever want to use 365 (non xl) frame then you have a mag that would work. Just have to put original b ase plate back on. :)
 

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Is guessing about the magazine blocks worth felony charges? The monetary and criminal ramifications of being wrong would destroy your life. I would buy the ten round magazines and the Tactical Development bases and call it a day.
 

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Although this thread started with a discussion specifically about Magblocks for the 365XL; many of us have other guns as well and are wondering our options in a restricted State. Although I live in unrestricted FL and NC; I'm certainly keeping an eye on this. As others have mentioned, each STATE is different. A reputable FFL in YOUR State should be able to inform you about LEGAL options within your state. I understand that in some States; FFL's can legally 'pin' your existing mags to 10.
 

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Is guessing about the magazine blocks worth felony charges? The monetary and criminal ramifications of being wrong would destroy your life. I would buy the ten round magazines and the Tactical Development bases and call it a day.
I hear what you’re saying, but is possession of “hi-cap” mags a felony in CA? I thought it was just a @ $100 fine.

The thing is, new P365 10 round mags, stock or modified, are going to cost $50 or more each when all is said and done. So, my standard handgun ccw load out of 4 mags is gonna to cost an extra $200+ to comply with this bullshit for a few days. Not that I can’t afford it, but what a pita just to be “legal” in these slave states. It’s just plain wrong on general principle. This is why I hate libtards and libtard shithole states. Just going to pick my kid up from college - and he swears after 4 years he’ll never live in commiefornia or any other demotwat shithole again.

So **** it. There comes a time when these idiots pass so many stupid ******* laws (that are virtually impossible to enforce anyway) that it’s not worth the trouble to comply.
 

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I hear what you’re saying, but is possession of “hi-cap” mags a felony in CA? I thought it was just a @ $100 fine.

The thing is, new P365 10 round mags, stock or modified, are going to cost $50 or more each when all is said and done. So, my standard handgun ccw load out of 4 mags is gonna to cost an extra $200+ to comply with this bullshit for a few days. Not that I can’t afford it, but what a pita just to be “legal” in these slave states. It’s just plain wrong on general principle. This is why I hate libtards and libtard shithole states. Just going to pick my kid up from college - and he swears after 4 years he’ll never live in commiefornia or any other demotwat shithole again.

So ** it. There comes a time when these idiots pass so many stupid * laws (that are virtually impossible to enforce anyway) that it’s not worth the trouble to comply.
It would diffently not be cost effective to buy the reg 365 10's and then on top of it TD bases. Just buy a couple Sig xl 10's there 39.00 use when you travel and for range when home.


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It would diffently not be cost effective to buy the reg 365 10's and then on top of it TD bases. Just buy a couple Sig xl 10's there 39.00 use when you travel and for range when home.


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In this market, you’re lucky to find them in stock for $50+ each.

There’s a principle here - just hope SCOTUS takes up and overturns all these stupid commiefornia gun regulations.
 

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If you're going to Cali, I'm assuming that you live in another state... and have a CCW in that state? From my understanding, Cali does not recognize any other state's CCW. So carrying your CCW at all would be in the wrong.
 

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If you're going to Cali, I'm assuming that you live in another state... and have a CCW in that state? From my understanding, Cali does not recognize any other state's CCW. So carrying your CCW at all would be in the wrong.
I wouldn’t call it “wrong” - more like civil disobedience of Un-Constitutional regulations. We might do some target shooting (if we can find any such ammo) which likely means a public range under the scrutiny of the usual commiefornia range Nazi. Ironically, as a non-resident, I am not subject to commiefornia’s idiotic ammo sales / importation laws - only applies to CA residents. Otherwise, CA would be interfering with interstate commerce, which would be another avenue to overturn their stupid and unconstitutional gun laws.
 

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It would diffently not be cost effective to buy the reg 365 10's and then on top of it TD bases. Just buy a couple Sig xl 10's there 39.00 use when you travel and for range when home.


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I dont disagree. However, there is one benefit for getting the p365 10 round mag. By adding the extension baseplate it will then fit the P365XL and be 10 round compliant for states like NY. In addition if you ever choose to get the smaller P365 frame for deep concealment then you would be able to change base plate back to flat and the mag would work.
 
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