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    Quote Originally Posted by t_102 View Post
    LOL.. sounds like you are joking.. but what if...
    no joke : )

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    Is the barrel cr lined?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardca View Post
    is the barrel cr lined?
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    i'm interested in the question someone else asked as well. is this really still a qbz-95 rifle at all or is this really just a look alike now?
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    New Norinco Type 97

    Seriously, no one is going to make a new rifle. All they need to do is redesigning certain dimensions within the receiver, and strategically leaving metal in places so people cannot add parts to make it go FA .

    This is no different from an ar15. You cannot physically put FA fire control parts into an ar 15 receiver.


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    Greentips is right. It is 'technically' a new rifle and they are playing on that. They are calling it a completely different design in order to prevent prohibition IMO.
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    So since you gentlemen are the official importer for these rifles, and been the ones redesigning them with norinco, can you comment on the quality of these rifles?

    are they going to be mil-spec chinese, or high school shop class projects?

    whats the twist rate of the barrel, and are they chrome lined?

    Just salivating for some more info thats all, and any little tid bit would be appreciated
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    Quote Originally Posted by twyeh View Post
    alright this has opened up more questions than answers.

    Will this new t97nsr be even a qbz95/t97 pattern rifle? Or is this brand new rifle designed based off the already legal qbu88?

    If the new rifle is based off the legal qbu88, is it essentially a qbu88 chopped down down to 19inches, with stanag mag well, flat top upper, side charging handle?

    If it is neither, and if it is indeed a brand new design altogether, is this rifle even a t97 anymore?

    What we want to know is, are we receiving a qbz95 type rifle or not? Or it is a shorter qbu88 but renamed as a t97nrs? Or is it a brand new rifle that does not resemble the qbz95 or qbu88 altogether but marketed as a t97?
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