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Thread: 2014 Shot Show: Troy Industries Pump Action Rifle

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    Quote Originally Posted by P12 View Post

    I think the rifle will be non restricted, as for normal capacity mags, it all depends on how Troy markets them, its all in the fine print.

    I'd buy one and a whole lot of mags too.
    My money would be on a restricted classification as an AR variant. It would largely depend on the receiver and whether it could be modified (if any mods required at all) to accept semi-auto AR upper, though I don't even think the latter is required. AR variant will unfortunately likely be enough for a restricted classification.

    The whole AR variant classification needs to go - even if the barrel length classification remains, this would allow the Troy rifle and ARs with over 18 inch barrels to be non-restricted, which I believe would be reasonable...

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    Guess what finally arrived?????

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    So... Is it nr?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce-deuce View Post
    So... Is it nr?
    Waiting for classification by the RCMP

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadget View Post
    Waiting for classification by the RCMP

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    Very cool. Thanks!

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    So is the lower in any way compatible with an AR upper?

    Nice gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P12 View Post
    So is the lower in any way compatible with an AR upper?

    Nice gun.
    No it is not compatible in any way

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    At 6 pounds and firing a 300 blackout it would make a fine deer rifle out to 200 meters. Here is a question nobody asked yet; could i get one lower and a 300 blackout and a 223 upper?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gadget View Post
    No it is not compatible in any way

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    So it should be non-restricted.

    Fingers crossed for normal capacity mags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mg4201 View Post
    At 6 pounds and firing a 300 blackout it would make a fine deer rifle out to 200 meters. Here is a question nobody asked yet; could i get one lower and a 300 blackout and a 223 upper?
    I don't see why not, since 300BLK only needs a different barrel. I have no idea if Troy plan to sell individual uppers or not.
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