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Thread: Remington 700 CP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asuper59 View Post
    I would also buy one with a stock
    I second this motion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asuper59 View Post
    I would also buy one with a stock
    I'm pretty sure if they add a stock it'll turn it into a rifle and require a tax stamp in the USA (as a short barreled rifle), making it too pricey to produce, and our market is way to small for custom guns from the manufacture.

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    Does it make sense to buy it as restricted and I can buy the parts in canada to throw a stock on and then make it non restricted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asuper59 View Post
    Does it make sense to buy it as restricted and I can buy the parts in canada to throw a stock on and then make it non restricted?
    i donít believe that would fly. I canít extend something thatís called a pistol by the manufacture and call it a long gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by dacron View Post
    I'm pretty sure if they add a stock it'll turn it into a rifle and require a tax stamp in the USA (as a short barreled rifle), making it too pricey to produce, and our market is way to small for custom guns from the manufacture.
    It’s not really a “custom” gun. Instructions for Remington : place CP barreled action in chassis you already have, tighten bolts. Hardly custom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asuper59 View Post
    Does it make sense to buy it as restricted and I can buy the parts in canada to throw a stock on and then make it non restricted?
    I used to go the same range as a guy who had a XP 100 pistol (which is classified as a restricted handgun). He re-barrelled it and added a rifle stock to shoot long distance. Since it was classified as a handgun he could not get the classification changed to non-restricted rifle. I am assuming if this is classified as a handgun in Canada it would be impossible to change this classification (if someone on CGN knows what I have just said is wrong i'm sure they will post shortly).

    The easiest solution would be to buy a non-restricted bolt action rifle and purchase an aftermarket shorter barrel.
    It's not denial. I'm just very selective about the reality I accept.

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    I'm going to revive this thread out of interest. I would 1000% buy one of these.

    They should still be non-restricted even with the 21" OAL because they are a manual action firearm, designed to be operated two handed, and made with their short length in factory.
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    I see these are in stock in the USA. Any news?

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