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Thread: 2014 Shot Show: Troy Industries Pump Action Rifle

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer Petrock's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dench View Post
    They can't do that.
    They can.
    They have.
    They get away with it.
    They have ulterior motives.
    They'll do it again.
    They'll get away with it again.
    Doesn't matter, anymore. We're only good for filling sandbags for floods and saving people during winter storms. Other-wise we're kicking posts and crazies who are over worked, over taxed, underpaid and never truly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vagrant View Post
    What somedy seem to be talking about is price point, 1000$ for a pump rifle is a bit high
    I'd like to see $595ish.
    Doesn't matter, anymore. We're only good for filling sandbags for floods and saving people during winter storms. Other-wise we're kicking posts and crazies who are over worked, over taxed, underpaid and never truly appreciated.

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    non-restricted could tickle some interest on a tactical pump.
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    shoots with stock folded=restricted
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    Quote Originally Posted by JR Hartman View Post
    shoots with stock folded=restricted
    How is that a requisite for a restricted rifle? There's plenty of NR rifles that hade folding stocks and still shoot.
    Vz58, ACR, swiss arms just off the top of my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR Hartman View Post
    shoots with stock folded=restricted
    Depends entirely on overall length while folded. Over 660mm and it could be non-restricted. Or I imagine that if it does come into the Canadian market, a non-folding option would certainly be possible.
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    I know it would make it even more AR'ish ... but I would still prefer the standard buffer tube stock set up, more options. that folder looks proprietary like an RA xcr mount.

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    This kind of turn me off. I don't know, it would be like why have an AR if its pump and not self loading. My bolt gun shoots awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luciferco View Post
    This kind of turn me off. I don't know, it would be like why have an AR if its pump and not self loading. My bolt gun shoots awesome.
    Three words for you. No Magazine Capacity.

    With a manually operated centerfire firearm, I can have a barrel length down to smaller than my package, with a magazine larger than I wish my package were.

    I for one am planning on making a compact fun gun in 300 Blackout. Say, 10" barrel, 30 round magazine. Lots of fun to be had with that without it being restricted. My other options have been either prohibitively expensive, or not of a style that really appealed to me. The style of the PAR really appeals to me, but unfortunately we don't know many details about it yet.
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    Neat! If proprietary (more than 5) magazine and NR, I'd be onboard for one for sure, especially in decent-size hunting calibers (.308 too much to hope for?)
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