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    I would love to know what parts are required for the caliber conversion, aside from the obvious magazines is it just the barrel and bolt? Do you plan on bringing in the caliber conversions in the first order as well? Any idea on the price point for these? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCDL View Post
    The US MSRP (9mm & .40): $575.00 MSRP (.45): $595.

    It certainly has potential.
    Hmm, if the price point is around that (I mean pretty darn close) then it'll be decent but if it gets the usual "add an arm an a leg cause were in Canada" then not so sure. Fingers crossed though.
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    I am super interested in one of these NR in 9mm!
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    MSRP for the TNW Suomi M-31 is 495 USD and Canadian retail is 700 so everything else being equal, I would speculate that Canadian retail should be around the $800.00 mark. I will be on the pre-order list for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Fish View Post
    I would love to know what parts are required for the caliber conversion, aside from the obvious magazines is it just the barrel and bolt? Do you plan on bringing in the caliber conversions in the first order as well? Any idea on the price point for these? Thanks.
    Just a guess, but maybe a different recoil spring as well.
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    I just noticed that the charging handle seems to be on opposite sides of the rifle in each of these videos but it looks like there is only milling on one side of the upper for the charging handle to reciprocate. I wonder if these are maybe just prototypes or if the finished product will have an ambidextrous charging handle. It would be nice if it operates from the left, that was one of my biggest complaints about the ergonomics of the Benelli mr1.
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    The picture on the website has it on the right side of the gun.
    I'm not sure what I'd prefer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    Just a guess, but maybe a different recoil spring as well.
    Depends on bolt mass. In the video they state that it's a standard AR-15 buffer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Fish View Post
    I just noticed that the charging handle seems to be on opposite sides of the rifle in each of these videos but it looks like there is only milling on one side of the upper for the charging handle to reciprocate. I wonder if these are maybe just prototypes or if the finished product will have an ambidextrous charging handle. It would be nice if it operates from the left, that was one of my biggest complaints about the ergonomics of the Benelli mr1.
    Probably just a mirror image. Amateur mistake.
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    I'm in for one in .40 or 45 or both.
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