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Thread: Maple Ridge Armoury MRA Renegade video update 29 July 2020

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    The reciever set looks nicely made, but quite slow and clunky to operate compared to a pump action, especially when the charging handle is on the left for a right handed shooter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark222 View Post
    The reciever set looks nicely made, but quite slow and clunky to operate compared to a pump action, especially when the charging handle is on the left for a right handed shooter.
    Then buy yourself a Troy PAR and move on. The charging handle can be put on either side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patt08 View Post
    Then buy yourself a Troy PAR and move on. The charging handle can be put on either side.
    ^^this
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark222 View Post
    The reciever set looks nicely made, but quite slow and clunky to operate compared to a pump action, especially when the charging handle is on the left for a right handed shooter.
    Having owned a PAR, I don’t believe it is a quicker less clunky option. You still need to rack the slide and reacquire your target. Haven’t tried a straight pull yet, but I’m thinking right side charging handle for a right handed shooter might be the qucikest, smoothest option.

    And it’s probably just me, but something about the pump action on a rifle just doesn’t feel right...

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    would the Hera Arms CQR Buttstock fit or is the geometry a bit different?

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    I guess the .308 isn't going to make it out before fall

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    Having to take the castle nut and buffer tube off to get the bolt out to clean it seems like a nightmare tbh

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    Quote Originally Posted by metamatt View Post
    Having to take the castle nut and buffer tube off to get the bolt out to clean it seems like a nightmare tbh
    Yeah, not super convenient but at the same time, there isnt gas being cycled back, so there wont be need to clean it like you would an AR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metamatt View Post
    Having to take the castle nut and buffer tube off to get the bolt out to clean it seems like a nightmare tbh
    Righty tighty - lefty loosey
    “Nightmare”?
    As others have stated. It will run cleaner and disassembly will not be that often.

    I am chomping at the bit to get my build done.
    Thank you Maple Ridge Armoury

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    Did the design get RCMP approval? You know if it looks like an AR itís only for bad peoplekind.

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