|*Blondes have more fun with AK's: But not in California!*|
Nguyen's case underscores the relative strictness of California's gun laws, which prohibit attempts to make or own a weapon that is legal in most states...detectives looking for stolen vehicles visited Nguyen's auto shop in March 2010 and, before searching, asked him a routine question about whether he had any firearms. He said he had a hunting rifle and was building an AK-47, the court said.
A detective said Nguyen showed him a box of parts for the semiautomatic rifle...
In Nguyen's appeal, a gun-rights lawyer argued that California's ban on rapid-fire firearms [What?.Notice that little bit of propaganda slipped in there, again, trying to confuse semi-autos with machine-guns to the uneducated reader - (S9)], which prohibits "AK-47 series" rifles, applies only to weapons that are ready to fire and not to a collection of parts.
But the Fourth District Court of Appeal in Santa Ana said Nguyen had obtained all the parts and directions and had already started to put them together...
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