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Thread: HEXMAG 10 round 30 round body... Prohibited Please read....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_1982 View Post
    Except for trafficking in prohibited devices... which is what would happen for you to have obtained one in the first place.
    FYI, nobody cares what you think, it's irrelevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadMonkey View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_1982 View Post
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    lllooooool
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    So everything is now mute, Barton’s Big Country LIED and is getting away with trafficking a prohibited device.

    They flooded the county with over 3,000 prohibited magazines and is so far only notifying customers unofficially on Facebook suggesting the customer work on a prohibited device themselves and pin to 5 which is of course breaking another law.

    They also offer a recall program to refund the magazines.

    VALUED CUSTOMERS- HEX MAG UPDATE:

    After nearly two months of working with the RCMP lab on design concerns with the 10/30 Hex Mag, we finally reached a conclusion. The 10 round models with internal limitation and shortened spring have been classified as prohibited devices in their current configuration.

    The RCMP have clarified that:
    "A rivet applied to the Hexmag magazine casing which prevents more than five cartridges to be contained in the magazine would meet the requirements of the magazine regulations ..."

    We fully recognize that a 5 round limitation was not what our customers were paying for so we have created a separate RETURN POLICY specifically for these magazines for anyone not enthused about riveting their kit.

    Requests for returns will be accepted until April 13th. Because we are dealing with prohibited devices, we need to have a closing date whereby we have given ample time to correct the problem.

    Any requests for returns can be directed to CustomerService@BartonsBigCountry.ca
    Our Customer Service Reps will begin compiling return requests immediately and begin replying with return packages on Monday, March 19th for anyone wishing to take advantage of that program.

    We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this has caused and we'll continue working diligently to rectify the situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadMonkey View Post
    So everything is now mute, Barton’s Big Country LIED and is getting away with trafficking a prohibited device.

    They flooded the county with over 3,000 prohibited magazines and is so far only notifying customers unofficially on Facebook suggesting the customer work on a prohibited device themselves and pin to 5 which is of course breaking another law.

    They also offer a recall program to refund the magazines.
    I am actually surprised they are offering anything. No such offer was given in regards to the beowulf mags they sold that were also "rcmp approved"
    If it's either loud, obnoxious, fast, hated by the general population or any combination of these, I OWN IT!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadMonkey View Post
    So everything is now mute, Barton’s Big Country LIED and is getting away with trafficking a prohibited device.

    They flooded the county with over 3,000 prohibited magazines and is so far only notifying customers unofficially on Facebook suggesting the customer work on a prohibited device themselves and pin to 5 which is of course breaking another law.

    They also offer a recall program to refund the magazines.
    and this is why nobody cared about what you were saying and thought your statements were irrelevant lol
    you were wrong from the beginning and most of us knew it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawmillcreek View Post
    and this is why nobody cared about what you were saying and thought your statements were irrelevant lol
    you were wrong from the beginning and most of us knew it
    Has nothing to do with being right or wrong, everything said and done is based on the premise the vendor legally imported with prior approval from the RCMP according to multiple statements they made, that turns out to be a total lie, now they need to be held accountable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadMonkey View Post
    Has nothing to do with being right or wrong, everything said and done is based on the premise the vendor legally imported with prior approval from the RCMP according to multiple statements they made, that turns out to be a total lie, now they need to be held accountable.
    Quote Originally Posted by LeadMonkey View Post
    FYI, nobody cares what you think, it's irrelevant.
    Hmmm... sure seemed like you were comcerned with right and wrong throughout the thread.... but I digress...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadMonkey View Post
    Has nothing to do with being right or wrong, everything said and done is based on the premise the vendor legally imported with prior approval from the RCMP according to multiple statements they made, that turns out to be a total lie, now they need to be held accountable.
    anyone can make up anything in any department of life bud
    if you didn't understand why it was prohibited from the beginning, well.. you are just one of those people :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadMonkey View Post
    Read it long time ago, completely different, dude imported 30 round tubes and 'intended' to limit them with a rivet...

    Where as these are manufactured pistol magazines sold legally in Canada after imported, AS IS, legally by National Canadian Retailer...

    Finally, nothing in the law, as written, declares the tube itself must be limited, only that capacity must be limited in a permanent way including by way of a plug.

    Now I agree per the law, as written, the magazine base-pad should be permanently affixed to comply with the law when using a plug by any permanent way such as epoxy, glue, a rivet, whatever as long as the plug is not removable, if the plug cannot come out and is permanently attached to the magazine in any way it is fully compliant to the law.

    Read the law for what it is, not what you want to make it.
    If its permanent, the base pad, then how would you ever clean or service the mag? Then they become "disposable", which is what they used to be intended as..
    But I digress.

    I see no reason why a rivet is magic.
    Last edited by $kull; 03-16-2018 at 03:31 AM.

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