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Semi-automatic weapons use gas, blowforward, blowback, or recoil energy to eject the spent cartridge after the round has traveled down the barrel, chambers a new cartridge from its magazine, and resets the action; enabling another round fired once the trigger depressed again.
Additionally, The self-loading design successor to earlier rifles that required manual-cycling of the weapon after each shot. In fact, such as the bolt-action rifle or repeating rifles., Which required the operator to manual cycle the action before each shot. Moreover, the ability to auto load the next round allowed for an increase in the rounds per minute the operator could fire. Notably, Semi-automatic rifles are great designs. For example, they feed by en-bloc clip and internal magazine, detachable magazine or a combination of stripper clip and internal magazine.
Likewise, Semi-automatic type of rifle that fires a single bullet each time the trigger is pulled. These rifles are also commonly known as self-loading rifles or auto-loading rifles.
What is a California Rifles, Featureless?
A Featureless Rifle is the term used to describe a semi-automatic rifle that does not have any of the following:
- A pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon
- A thumbhole stock
- A folding or telescoping stock
- A grenade launcher or flare launcher
- A flash suppressor
- A forward pistol grip
So even if you have JUST ONE of these features on your semi-automatic centerfire rifle you own what California considers to be an “assault weapon”. Unless your magazine is fixed. The only way for Californians to possess these features legally on a semi-automatic centerfire rifle is to either have A) the weapon registered as an “assault weapon”. Further, B) have a fixed magazine which we will discuss later. More about California Rifles, Featureless
Federal law requires that all firearms must be shipped to a Licensed FFL dealer