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    Any more information like parts compatibility, high/low tang, aluminum type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSE_Sales View Post
    Here is the pricing that was posted at the show:

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    Hmm Troy, Stag, or Stirling is the question. Need an option in 308 NR and there are becoming so many choices! Excellent!

    Any pricing in complete guns? And as mentioned above.....tell me you have it ready to go! Pretty please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Silencer View Post
    Any more information like parts compatibility, high/low tang, aluminum type?
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    I see the same butstock as BCL, so i'm guessing this is made by BCL under contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack2370 View Post
    I see the same butstock as BCL, so i'm guessing this is made by BCL under contract.
    BCL does not use MFT stocks on their guns...

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    Went to the show. Not sure how I missed this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack2370 View Post
    I see the same butstock as BCL, so i'm guessing this is made by BCL under contract.
    By that logic all colt Canada rifles must be made by PSA because they both equip rifles with magpul.

    In all seriousness they may have licensed the 102 design that NEA has already approved to piggy back on that FRT entry.
    Or they could have submitted a sample to for a whole other FRT based on the original 102 ,who knows until someone releases some info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MJS View Post
    By that logic all colt Canada rifles must be made by PSA because they both equip rifles with magpul.

    In all seriousness they may have licensed the 102 design that NEA has already approved to piggy back on that FRT entry.
    Or they could have submitted a sample to for a whole other FRT based on the original 102 ,who knows until someone releases some info.
    We did this at the same time as the Troy. The thought process is that Troy is a producer of Rifles and Sterling, in reality only produces parts.

    We wanted a solid supplier of receiver sets and rails for Canada. Hence the Sterling connection. We had Mr. Robinson from the UK over in our booth during TacCom and he spoke to a lot of people in regards to this project.

    The parts come over to Canada, in bulk, in the white and we process / cerakote them in Calgary. Full guns put together will be under the "Edge Customs" brand as it would be disingenuous to call them "Sterling" rifles.

    Our barrels will be from IBI
    Our BCGs will be from Troy / DPMS
    Triggers.... all over the map...

    But more importantly, we will have a solid selection of build kits for those that want to be adventurous.

    We have a ton of inventory just being processed right now and I expect weʻll release more info later this week, with pictures. But the pricing if fixed for now and is, as we posted at TacCom.

    The reason you didnʻt hear about this sooner is that, until we actually had stock in Canada, we did not want to say anything. I hate pre-sales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSE JR View Post
    We did this at the same time as the Troy. The thought process is that Troy is a producer of Rifles and Sterling, in reality only produces parts.

    We wanted a solid supplier of receiver sets and rails for Canada. Hence the Sterling connection. We had Mr. Robinson from the UK over in our booth during TacCom and he spoke to a lot of people in regards to this project.

    The parts come over to Canada, in bulk, in the white and we process / cerakote them in Calgary. Full guns put together will be under the "Edge Customs" brand as it would be disingenuous to call them "Sterling" rifles.

    Our barrels will be from IBI
    Our BCGs will be from Troy / DPMS
    Triggers.... all over the map...

    But more importantly, we will have a solid selection of build kits for those that want to be adventurous.

    We have a ton of inventory just being processed right now and I expect weʻll release more info later this week, with pictures. But the pricing if fixed for now and is, as we posted at TacCom.

    The reason you didnʻt hear about this sooner is that, until we actually had stock in Canada, we did not want to say anything. I hate pre-sales.
    very interesting, thanks for sharing the details!
    look forward to fondling one shortly!

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