If it can be appealed with reasonable possibility of winning then we would invite those who want to "hold their order" for the gun to wait for that outcome.
Those who don't want to wait and just want out would be refunded their payments in full, but they would give up their claim to the gun later... so if our appeal were successful they would have no claim to the gun.
From the material we have, the documentation from FN themselves, and inspection of the firearms, we do not believe there is any legal foundation for the RCMP to rule the SCAR 16s as being anything but a "Restricted" firearm based on barrel length.
Thanks again for the Update,,,, I know I appreciate it as I am sure the other CGN's do as well,,, I am still on the edge of my seat waiting for this one...
Yeah - I've been waiting for the delivery notice in the mail or the "Woooohoooo - got my Scar in the mail today" post - LOL!
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Used to be that we "Worldproofed" our children. Now society wants to childproof the world.
Just curious...How much were these selling on your website?
Doin' what I can with what I got.