The Sig Sauer P226 legion is a handgun that is legal in California. California Penal Code section 12133 states “The term ‘handgun’ also includes any device that has a barrel less than 18 inches in length” and the Sig Sauer P226 Legion has a barrel length of just under 4.9 inches, so it falls within this definition.
As for ammunition, Penal Code section 12316(a) prohibits the sale or transfer of large-capacity magazines, which are defined as those which hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition. However, there are several exceptions to this prohibition, including for law enforcement officers and members of the military. So as long as you are not selling or transferring large-capacity magazines, you should be able to purchase and possess ammunition for your Sig Sauer P226 legion without any problem.
Yes, the Sig Sauer P226 Legion is legal in California. However, there are some restrictions on the types of ammunition that can be used with this firearm. For information on what types of ammo are legal in California, please consult the website of the California Department of Justice.
The Sig Sauer P226 Legion is legal in California, but there are some restrictions on the types of ammunition that can be used with it. For example, the P226 legion cannot use hollow-point rounds, which are designed to cause more damage when they hit their target.
California also has several restrictions on gun ownership, so please check with your local authorities to make sure you are aware of all the regulations that apply to you. In general, though, the Sig Sauer P226 Legion is legal in California and can be used for sporting purposes or self-defense.
For more information on this topic, please consult the resources below:
– The California Department of Justice website on firearms
– The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives website on firearms
Yes, the Sig Sauer P226 Legion is legal in California. However, it’s important to note that there are some restrictions on the type of ammunition that can be used in this gun.
In addition, there are certain restrictions on gun ownership in California. For example, Californians are not allowed to own assault rifles. So be sure to check with local authorities to make sure you are aware of all the laws governing guns and ammunition in your area.
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