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Thread: Freedom Ordnance FX-9 9mm Carbine *UPDATE 31/01/18*

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer Max Owner's Avatar
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    For whatever it's worth, I would prefer a shorter barrel to make easier to maneuver.

    If it's going to be restricted, anyways....
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    Clearly is an AR 15 variant ...

    Will be restricted no matter the bbl length.

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    IF Mr Wolverine does a deal with Manufacture/Distributor to build for Canadian market I think it will fly. The receiver is considerably different an a 18.5 bbl. is to easy!

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    Proprietary receivers that aren't compatable with AR's make it a possibility for NR with the right barrel,but the lab doesn't need much to make it restricted .
    It's not that I'm new to this....I'm just an idiot...

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    I wont the belt feed one

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR Hartman View Post
    yea, needs an 18.5" tube to be non. Maybe. it also might need a non collapsible stock at that point.

    I do totally like it tho, especially if it could use Beretta 92 mags instead.
    Unlikely to need a non-telescoping stock. You only need 26" overall length to avoid the restricted status with a folding or telescoping stock, which is only 7.5 more inches once you have that 18.5 inch bbl on there. With that fixed buffer tube on there, you're sure to have at least 7.5 inches of length behind the barrel.

    Since it's definitely incompatible with any AR upper or lower, this rifle SHOULD be non restricted with an 18.5 inch barrel fitted. If the modern varmint is, this absolutely should be, but then again, this is Canada...

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    yea, clearly not an AR-15 variant. It is clearly stated that it is shorter
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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigNConnor View Post
    Clearly is an AR 15 variant ...

    Will be restricted no matter the bbl length.
    NOT an AR variant,AR upper wont go on,and trigger group issues,talked to a friend at the lab about this one,because the price looks pretty good,asked me to send him the info,to find out about importing one,

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    It looks and reads awesome!!

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    Certainly a deal compared to the JP

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