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Thread: Troy SAR (Side Action Rifle) ???

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    ...So it's like a straight pull bolt action?

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    yeah, thinking more like an autoloader with gas shutoff.
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    Looks like the lever is reversible which makes it somewhat interesting to me.

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    Would probably sell good in Australia or UK where semi-autos are banned. For here I see no advantage, compare to a su-16 or maybe a used xcr, considering it probably aint goint to be cheap.

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    I own a PAR and love it. This contraption is a waste of time. Having to take your hold off the gun to slide it is a hassle.
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    So stupid

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    You know, I'd probably buy one of these in 223 and one in 308, if possible.

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    From a bench this is better than the PAR, especially using M-LOK and not tied to the unobtanium rail sections for the obsolete Alpha rail.

    The folder looks backwards compatible to the PAR, but they still seem to be using the old style folder on the PAR models this year too.

    My guess is that the lower is identical to the PAR.

    The 14.7 inch folder would likely be restricted due to overall length, no?

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    If your shooting off a bi-pod... the PAR would be preferable. If yoru shooting off a bag or rest, this would be preferable. If your shooting standing up, the PAR is a better choice. But if all you want to do is target shoot and hunt, this would be fine. My choice would definitely be the PAR with this stock thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadam View Post
    From a bench this is better than the PAR, especially using M-LOK and not tied to the unobtanium rail sections for the obsolete Alpha rail.

    The folder looks backwards compatible to the PAR, but they still seem to be using the old style folder on the PAR models this year too.

    My guess is that the lower is identical to the PAR.

    The 14.7 inch folder would likely be restricted due to overall length, no?
    Yes it would be due to the folding stock. The original Pars w/folding stock were originally deemed R, but someone convinced the lab to reevaluate it and the second time around they allowed the pinned on flash hider to count to OAL, making it long enough to be NR. And that was with a 16+ inch barrel. (or something to that effect)
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