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Thread: Sig sauer cross bolt action rifle

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    Wish some of you people would read the laws, you cannot put a barrel extension or a muzzle brake on a firearm and make it legal !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayCarver View Post
    Best video and info I've seen yet on the cross.

    I think this is going to be a very successful design for SIG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 220 View Post
    Wish some of you people would read the laws, you cannot put a barrel extension or a muzzle brake on a firearm and make it legal !!
    I think you're misunderstanding the point. Yes, the law says a muzzle device isn't included in barrel length. But because it's a manual action barrel length isn't the problem - It's overall length that seems like it'll be the issue, and adding the brake does add to overall length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by driller212 View Post
    Looks like unless Sig makes 18" barrels for us Canucks we will be out of luck.
    Watch the shot show video review by 8541 Tactical and you’ll see that they are going to be putting out a PRS version with 20”+ barrels later this year.

    https://youtu.be/FaGwccUSHes

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    tagged for interest

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    Quote Originally Posted by 220 View Post
    Wish some of you people would read the laws, you cannot put a barrel extension or a muzzle brake on a firearm and make it legal !!
    You may have read the law, but you definitely didnt understand it. Putting a muzzle device on this rifle would 100% make it legal and NR so long as the OVERALL LENGTH was at least 26 inches once folded. We have confusing gun laws, this surprisingly isn't one of them.

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    Wish you would "read" and understand the law. This has nothing to do with overall length requirements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDM Hysteric View Post
    Wish you would "read" and understand the law. This has nothing to do with overall length requirements.
    What are you talking about.
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    If stock is folded and with a 16 in barrel it is below overall length, so would be restricted now years ago the M1 carbine was restricted so some body started threading barrels and putting extensions on and welding them which RCMP said was ok for awhile until some higher up said it was not ok
    The gun had to have a longer barrel when folded to be NR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 220 View Post
    If stock is folded and with a 16 in barrel it is below overall length, so would be restricted now years ago the M1 carbine was restricted so some body started threading barrels and putting extensions on and welding them which RCMP said was ok for awhile until some higher up said it was not ok
    The gun had to have a longer barrel when folded to be NR!
    Last i checked restricted m1 carbines are semi automatic, putting extensions on the barrels wouldn't help at all because muzzle devices DONT COUNT TOWARDS BARREL LENGTH, only OVERALL LENGTH. So they would
    be restricted regardless of their overall length, because their barrel is still under 18.5 AND semi automatic. What is so hard to understand about this.

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