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Thread: KRG Fox42 (.308 ACR / Magpul Massoud)

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    Quote Originally Posted by play.soccer View Post
    $4000+ after the beta testing. What's that worth in CDN black rifle tax dollarz?
    Probably close to 5-6000$ but don't worry I'm sure some price pimps will drive that price up even more ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky52 View Post
    Would it work if they submit it as the acr variant? It will then be a lot quicker. Much like the MH and MV
    Would be possible if it was produced by Bushmaster like the civi ACR, but its not. Its lineage traces back to the ACR, but not the same manufacturer so Id wager 3yrs. Thats fine with me as I need some time to save for this beast anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfiles View Post
    Probably close to 5-6000$ but don't worry I'm sure some price pimps will drive that price up even more ;-)
    With current exchange, 4k usd is close to 5.2k cad, so with an importer and a retailer, it will be at least 6k cad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onetwentyish View Post
    Would be possible if it was produced by Bushmaster like the civi ACR, but its not. Its lineage traces back to the ACR, but not the same manufacturer so Id wager 3yrs. Thats fine with me as I need some time to save for this beast anyway!
    Point. lineage traces back to Acr, but does it have to be the same manufacturer tho. Like an AR, all the Ar308 nowadays are from all kinds of manufactures and same with when the first glock mag AR9. How was it different then with ARs and now with this?

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    Another cheap NR option is always good. :-)

    Cant wait to get my hands on one of these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky52 View Post
    Point. lineage traces back to Acr, but does it have to be the same manufacturer tho. Like an AR, all the Ar308 nowadays are from all kinds of manufactures and same with when the first glock mag AR9. How was it different then with ARs and now with this?
    For starters, its not the AR platform, so not defacto rubber stamped restricted. That muddies the waters a lot.

    We have yet to see shots of the internals, so other than general reciever shape, what do they have in common?
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    Quote Originally Posted by onetwentyish View Post
    For starters, its not the AR platform, so not defacto rubber stamped restricted. That muddies the waters a lot.

    We have yet to see shots of the internals, so other than general reciever shape, what do they have in common?
    Fair enough. Hopefully they go thru the lab on less than a decade

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    Quote Originally Posted by DILLIGAF View Post
    Another cheap NR option is always good. :-)

    Cant wait to get my hands on one of these.
    Our definition of 'cheap NR' must be a bit different.

    100% agree on your second point, though. This would satisfy my SCAR-H itch. Unless the SCAR-H satisfies it first, that is.
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    That's going to be a TOUGH sell when you compare it to the price of the BCL102

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally View Post
    That's going to be a TOUGH sell when you compare it to the price of the BCL102
    Different buyers. I wont be buying the BCL anytime soon, but I would be on this as soon as its available. Dont think either one has to worry about competing with the other.
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