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    Heritage rough rider rancher

    I know youve brought in rough riders in the past and i just came across the rancher. Does this have non restricted status up here. If so is this something you could bring in?

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    A quick search for Heritage rifle in the FRT yields no results.

    Doesn't look like any have been imported yet.

    A search of just "Heritage" brought up 10 handguns, just to confirm my first search.
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    I would think based on other lines of revolver turned rifles like the Alfa Projs it would likely be considered a variant and still deemed to be a handgun, but I could be wrong.

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    The uberti revolving carbine is non restricted. I just dont really have a use for one. 22lr i can always find a reason for buying one

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    Quote Originally Posted by .30/06 FTW View Post
    I would think based on other lines of revolver turned rifles like the Alfa Projs it would likely be considered a variant and still deemed to be a handgun, but I could be wrong.
    The frame is clearly different from the handguns, so it SHOULD be NR.
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    We have them ordered, just waiting for supply:
    https://lipseys.com/itemdetail?itemno=HEBR22B16AS-LS
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    inquiries - 780-875-0575 / info@prophetriver.com
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    The ruling on this could go either way.

    There's literally precedent in both directions on guns like these.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SCDL View Post
    The frame is clearly different from the handguns, so it SHOULD be NR.
    Yep. Love to get one, my father would get a kick out of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prophet River View Post
    We have them ordered, just waiting for supply:
    https://lipseys.com/itemdetail?itemno=HEBR22B16AS-LS
    Will they be non restricted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brybenn View Post
    Will they be non restricted?
    We have that question placed with the Ottawa lab. Considering we've had a Huglu XR7 mag fed shotgun with them for 18 months now, we do not expect a prompt answer.
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