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    Probably just a mirror image. Amateur mistake.
    Still doesn't answer the question about which is the original.
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    I'm going to hazard a guess and go with ejection port on right.
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    Ejection port is, but green tiger strip one definitely has the charging handle on the left side. Website imagine has the ejection port & charging handle on the same side.
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    SCDL, do I understand correctly...
    So different bolt mass for different calibres, letting the recoil spring remain the same?
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    will you be takin jrc's on trade?? lol

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    I could do without the cheap scope....looks interesting otherwise

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    Meh. They seem to be loosey-goosey/ fast and loose with what the final specifications are going to be when you get a box in the mail. If it was all steel then it would be interesting. If its just going to be another Sub 2000 like firearm making maximum use of: "new and improved" polymer then I would pass.

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    Doesn't look like polymer to me, - if it was I would pass as well.
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    I am pretty sure it is alloy due to the style of takedown pins they are using. We definitely need some solid specs on these rifles from North Sylva once they get one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_Fish View Post
    I am pretty sure it is alloy due to the style of takedown pins they are using. We definitely need some solid specs on these rifles from North Sylva once they get one.
    I'm guessing some sort of aluminum alloy. Probably 6XXX or 7XXX series.

    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    SCDL, do I understand correctly...
    So different bolt mass for different calibres, letting the recoil spring remain the same?
    It would certainly be the first thing I would try, in their shoes. The more standard parts you use, the lower the manufacturing costs.
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    From TNWs Facebook page:
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    TNW is offering the ASR with full conversion kits (9mm, .40, and .45) for less than $1,000.
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