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Thread: Maple Ridge Armoury MRA Renegade - Shipments have begun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sqr View Post
    I must say this has to be one of the finest firearms products I have ever received (the early Colt Python remains a work of art). The attention to detail in the packaging, the receiver itself, the parts (damn a gas port clamp included) and a fine Manual is outstanding. This Canadian company should be proud.

    A big thumbs up.

    Thanks to Bullseye North

    Thank you for your kind words. We are very proud of our work and we hope you thoroughly enjoy your Renegade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdmer View Post
    Looking very nice, can't wait to see sale of separate upper receivers.
    Soon and the stripped Receivers will be under $300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sqr View Post
    Since the upper is 80% of the rifle which holds the buffer and buttstock I donít think it will have the savings benefit of other designs.
    They will be under $300

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maple Ridge Armourer View Post
    They will be under $300
    Nice! At that price I can see myself purchasing another upper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maple Ridge Armourer View Post
    Soon and the stripped Receivers will be under $300.
    That would presumably be without the bolt carrier, so not quite as easy as swapping uppers on an AR, but on the other hand field-stripping a Renegade for cleaning will have it apart that far and the conscientious owner is going to get used to that procedure. The main benefit would be having a different barrel, handguard, and optic. Since the buffer/stock comes off you could even share that between builds, or at least if you want a different one to go with the other optic it's "easier" than changing stocks on an AR!

    On another note, I'm wondering about PRS with a Renegade. The bolt doesn't stay open on its own as you change positions, so the rulebook's assumption about bolt actions doesn't work. Are we going to have to yell "Safety!" like the semiauto guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maple Ridge Armourer View Post
    We are shipping another 50 tomorrow and then 100 more next week.
    How far into the first pre-order will that take you?

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    I assume bolt carriers will be sold separately as well. Any idea on what those will cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by old303 View Post
    That would presumably be without the bolt carrier, so not quite as easy as swapping uppers on an AR, but on the other hand field-stripping a Renegade for cleaning will have it apart that far and the conscientious owner is going to get used to that procedure. The main benefit would be having a different barrel, handguard, and optic. Since the buffer/stock comes off you could even share that between builds, or at least if you want a different one to go with the other optic it's "easier" than changing stocks on an AR!

    On another note, I'm wondering about PRS with a Renegade. The bolt doesn't stay open on its own as you change positions, so the rulebook's assumption about bolt actions doesn't work. Are we going to have to yell "Safety!" like the semiauto guys?
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    This is a shortcoming of the current generation. Even at the range a safety flag is one thing to be carried.
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