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Thread: Remington 700 SPS Tactical .223 16.5" Barrel

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    Remington 700 SPS Tactical .223 16.5" Barrel

    Remington 700 SPS Tactical rifles available for $809.99.

    Specifications:

    Type: Bolt Action
    Caliber: .223 Remington
    Barrel: 16.5" with 1 in 9 twist and threaded muzzle
    Stock: Hogue Ghillie Green
    Trigger: X Pro



    Please call the shop to place your order.

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    What is the overall lenght of the rifle? Thanks.


    Quote Originally Posted by The Gun Dealer View Post
    We have a very limited stock of Remington 700 SPS Tactical rifles available for $729.99.

    Specifications:

    Type: Bolt Action
    Caliber: .223 Remington
    Barrel: 16.5" with 1 in 9 twist and threaded muzzle
    Stock: Hogue Ghillie Green
    Trigger: X Pro



    Please call the shop to place your order.

    Regards.

    The Gun Dealer

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    The overall length is approximately 36 1/2"

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    DANG! heres hoping my credit card gets here ASAP! lol i need one of these!!

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    Are you going to get any in .308?
    There's nothing like riding a fine horse through new country. Augustus (Gus) McCrae, Lonesome Dove

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    Quote Originally Posted by southwest maddog View Post
    Are you going to get any in .308?
    x2

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    We have ordered a couple in .308, but they have not yet arrived. They will probably sell out fast when they do, so if you are interested, please call the shop.

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    Somebody needs to manufacture a mag-well adapter for this rifle, specifically for AR-15 mags.
    I believe then you could legally own and purchase 30rd and even un-pinned drum mag.
    Bolt action rifle's have no magazine capacity limits.

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    That is incorrect. Please see the section in red below:

    Maximum Permitted Magazine Capacity Special Bulletin for Businesses No. 72

    Background

    The maximum capacity of a cartridge magazine is set out in Part 4 of the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited or Restricted. The Regulations prescribe “prohibited devices”, and a magazine that has a capacity which exceeds the maximum permitted capacity is a prohibited device. Businesses can be in possession of prohibited devices if appropriately licensed. However, individuals may not possess prohibited devices.

    The magazine regulations have been in force since 1993. However, in recent years, new cartridge magazines have been introduced which have resulted in novel situations as it concerns the application of the Regulations. There has been no change to the Regulations. Nonetheless, the application of the existing Regulations to a few new products has given the appearance of a change in the law. This has been particularly evident in the case of cartridge magazines designed or manufactured for more than one type of firearm.

    Purpose

    The purpose of this bulletin is to provide greater clarity on the maximum permitted capacity of cartridge magazines designed or manufactured for use in more than one kind of firearm. Note that the maximum permitted capacity of a magazine is determined by the physical characteristics of the firearm it is designed or manufactured for and the type of ammunition for which it is designed. The maximum permitted capacity of the magazine does not depend on the classification of the firearm, nor does the magazine capacity influence the classification of the firearm.

    Current Issues

    1. Magazines designed or manufactured for both rimfire calibre rifles and handguns

    Magazines designed to contain rimfire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a rifle do not have a regulated capacity. However, magazines designed to contain rimfire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic handgun are limited to 10 cartridges. Magazines designed or manufactured for use in both rifles and semiautomatic handguns are subject to the handgun limit of 10 cartridges.

    Example:
    Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 rifle and 15-22P pistol chambered for 22LR caliber:

    •the 10 round magazine is unregulated
    •the 25 round magazine is a prohibited device


    2. Magazines designed or manufactured for both centrefire calibre rifles and handguns

    Magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic rifle are limited to five cartridges. However, magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic handgun are limited to 10 cartridges. Magazines designed or manufactured for use in both semiautomatic rifles and semiautomatic handguns are subject to the limit of five cartridges.

    Example:
    Hi-Point rifle and handgun chambered for 9mm Luger caliber:

    •magazine capacities over five rounds are prohibited.


    3. Magazines designed or manufactured for both centrefire calibre semiautomatic rifles and other (non-semiautomatic) rifles

    Magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic rifle are limited to five cartridges. However, magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a rifle other than a semiautomatic or automatic rifle, do not have a regulated capacity. Magazines that are designed or manufactured for use in both semiautomatic rifles and other (non-semiautomatic) rifles are subject to the semiautomatic rifle limit of five cartridges.

    Example:
    Remington model 7615 pump action rifle chambered for 223 Remington caliber:

    •the 10 round magazine is prohibited
    •the five round magazine is unregulated


    4. Magazines designed for one firearm but used in a different firearm

    The maximum permitted capacity of a magazine is determined by the kind of firearm it is designed or manufactured for use in and not the kind of firearm it might actually be used in. As a consequence, the maximum permitted capacity remains the same regardless of which firearm it might be used in.

    Example:
    The Marlin model 45 (Camp Carbine) rifle chambered for 45 Auto caliber uses magazines designed and manufactured for the Colt 1911 handgun, therefore the seven round and eight round capacities are permitted. A similar example is the 10 round capacity magazine for the Rock River Arms LAR-15 pistol, regardless of the kind of firearm it is actually used in.



    5. Magazines for semiautomatic handguns which contain more than ten (10) rounds of a different calibre

    Magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic handgun, are limited to 10 cartridges. The capacity is measured by the kind of cartridge the magazine was designed to contain. In some cases the magazine will be capable of containing more than 10 rounds of a different caliber; however that is not relevant in the determination of the maximum permitted capacity.

    Example:
    Heckler and Koch P7 pistol chambered for 9mm Luger caliber:
    The magazine designed for the 40 S&W calibre variant of the pistol will hold 13 cartridges of 9mm Luger calibre and function in the 9mm Luger calibre P7 pistol. This is permissible as the maximum permitted capacity of the 40 S&W calibre magazine must be measured by the number of 40 S&W calibre cartridges it is capable of holding, which is 10 such cartridges in the case of the HK P7 pistol magazine.

    For more information, please contact the RCMP Canadian Firearms Program by one of the following methods:
    telephone: 1 800-731-4000 ext. 2542
    web site: www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/index-eng.htm
    e-mail: cfp-pcaf@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

    This bulletin is intended to provide general information only. For legal references, please refer to the Firearms Act, the Criminal Code and Regulations. Provincial, territorial and municipal laws, regulations and policies may also apply.

    Regards.

    The Gun Dealer
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    Cool
    i thought that would be to easy.
    Well id still be able to use 10rd pistol mags.
    Thanks for the info

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