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    TROY Industries Sporter 102 Non-Restricted Semi-Auto Rifle

    Introducing TROY latest Canadian NON-RESTRICTED project:

    The TROY Sporter 102
    Available in 3 calibres: .308 (7.62), .243 and 6.5CM

    These are match quality rifles suitable for hunting or as a DMR. Purpose built for the Canadian market these rifles will deliver quality and performance. TROY is known for building rifles that work.

    We waited to release the news as we wanted to make sure the FRT was in place and that TROY had our rifles in production. We expect our first batch of rifles delivered in 8-10 weeks and then regular monthly shipments after that.
    PRICING
    Regular Price: $1799 + Taxes
    Pre-sale Deposit: $800 + Taxes
    Special limited time offer – If you wish to prepay for the full cost of the rifle, you will receive an additional 5% discount off the regular price ($1709.05 + Taxes instead of $1799 + Taxes)

    All pre-ordered rifles will be shipped free of charge. As an added bonus, all pre-sale purchases will qualify for an added 10% discount on associated accessories (this offer will be made available when rifles are in our warehouse and are ready to ship.)

    And - as an added teaser…. We expect to have a TROY Sporter 102 available in .223/5.56mm in approximately 3-4 months. All purchasers of the TROY Sporter 102 pre-sales will get first dibs on the .223/5.56mm version. We are NOT doing pre-sales on the .223/5.56mm yet… but we will let you know as soon as we start to cut chips on that one! We anticipate the retail price on the .223/5.56mm (but not fixed in stone) will be $1649.00

    We will eventually offer complete uppers for those that want multiple calibres, but not at this time. And finally – please note we will not be offering TROY receiver sets. Only complete guns and complete uppers later 2019.

    Full Specifications:
    Model: TROY 102 Sporter Rifle
    Caliber: Various
    Operating System: Semi-Automatic, Gas operated rotating bolt
    Magazine Capacity: 5 Round Enhanced Magazine (Metal)
    Barrel Length: 20” SOCOM Match
    Weight: 9.5 lbs
    Safety: Manual lever with indicator markings on both sides of receiver
    Muzzle Device: MK11 Mod 1 / M240 Type (5/8x24 Threaded)
    Rifling: 1 turn in 10″ right hand twist (for the .308, remainder to be confirmed)
    Trigger: Standard MIL-SPEC Trigger
    Stock: Troy Battle AX stock 6 position adjustable LOP
    Forend: TROY 15” MLOC forend
    Pistol Grip: USGI M4A1 military grip
    Includes: TROY standard bolt carrier group
    Billet Machined upper and lower receivers, Milspec Type III Hardcoat

    The upper and lower are proprietary, the barrel nut is SR25/DPMS style. SR25 height receiver


    To secure your order of the .308 with an $800 deposit: https://theshootingedge.com/products...er-rifle-25074
    To pre-pay the entire .308 and get a 5% discount off the regular price $1709.05 + Tax: https://theshootingedge.com/products...er-rifle-25075

    To secure your order of the .243 with an $800 deposit: https://theshootingedge.com/products...er-rifle-25076
    To pre-pay the entire .243 and get a 5% discount off the regular price $1709.05 + Tax: https://theshootingedge.com/products...er-rifle-25076


    To secure your order the 6.5CM with an $800 deposit: https://theshootingedge.com/products...er-rifle-25078
    To pre-pay the entire 6.5CM and get a 5% discount off the regular price $1709.05 + Tax: https://theshootingedge.com/products...er-rifle-25079

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    Looks great !
    Has anyone shot one yet?

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    9.5 lbs. Why so heavy? Why the 20” barrel and not 18.5”. That’s gonna weigh at least 10.5lbs with mounts and a scope. Not to mention back up sites. Anyway I guess it’s to late to change it now.

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    Barrel length and twist rate on the .243?
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    Decent price! If I hadn't already bought a Stag10 I'd be all over this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farris Bueller View Post
    9.5 lbs. Why so heavy? Why the 20” barrel and not 18.5”. That’s gonna weigh at least 10.5lbs with mounts and a scope. Not to mention back up sites. Anyway I guess it’s to late to change it now.
    Bueller? Bueller? Anyone? Bueller? (couldn't resist)

    Nine and a half pounds for a 7.62 rifle is all about recoil. The FN C1A1 was/is 9.5 lbs, an M1 Garand is 9.5 lbs, and the M14 was/is 9.2 empty.
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    Is the bore chrome lined?
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    Excited to see some real pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maple_leaf_eh View Post
    Bueller? Bueller? Anyone? Bueller? (couldn't resist)

    Nine and a half pounds for a 7.62 rifle is all about recoil. The FN C1A1 was/is 9.5 lbs, an M1 Garand is 9.5 lbs, and the M14 was/is 9.2 empty.
    Actually, the FN C1A1 was 10.5 lbs with a loaded 20-rd magazine....
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    Very cool. Troy sporter in .223, Id take that over a WK 180 or MS sporter any day of the week.
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