The Firearm Blog has a link to an innovative AR accessory to ‘get around’ California’s asinine laws
The FRS-15 is a nifty looking AR-15 stock designed for the California market. In California you can use pre-ban full capacity magazines, with a standard magazine release, in semi-automatic rifles which do not have a pistol grip, adjustable stock or flash suppressor. The FRS-15 does not have a pistol grip (as defined by the State of California) and is not adjustable.
Ugly as sin, but I'm a KRISS fan, so I don’t have a lot of room to talk.
However, the point I want to make is that items like pistol grips and adjustable stocks have nothing to do with how a gun is used. Ray Ray isn't going to give a rats ass about adjustable stocks, nor will he decide to not kill George Washington Mercury Lincoln Continental Jr. the Third simply because there is a lack of a pistol grip.
Even then, there's a way around it all. The bullet still comes out of the barrel at the same speed, carrying the same amount of energy, at the same rate of fire regardless of the furniture available. But as we all know, it has nothing to do with lowering crime, it has everything to do with making gun ownership so fraught with peril that people simply give up. Lord knows, this is why I do not own a suppressor.