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    The Fix by Q

    A few of these have already headed out to dealers.

    Talk to your favorite dealer to get one for yourself!!




    The Fix by Q is the biggest step forward in bolt-action rifle innovation since 1962, and is the foundation of what our company believes in – science and innovation.

    We identified a gap in the market, set goals to successfully reinvent the traditional design, and developed a product far superior to the industry’s conventional bolt gun. This isn’t just another custom 700 pretending to be something new. This is something new, and it will kick your dad’s rifle’s ass.

    NOTE: Using cartridges made specifically for semi-auto rifles may cause lite primer strikes due to their hard primers.


    COMMON FEATURES & SPECS:
    ONE-PIECE RECEIVER (NO CHASSIS = LESS WEIGHT)
    45° SHORT THROW BOLT HANDLE
    FULLY ADJUSTABLE FOLDING STOCK
    FREE FLOAT Q-SERT HANDGUARD
    SR-25 MAGAZINE COMPATIBLE
    FULL-LENGTH M1913 PICATINNY TOP RAIL
    MUZZLE: 5/8-24 Threads, Tapered Muzzle, Cherry Bomb Muzzle Brake
    TRIGGER: 2-Stage Match
    AR STYLE CONTROLS


    16″ 6.5 Creedmoor Specs
    WEIGHT: 6.4 lbs
    LENGTH (OPEN): 35.1″ – 36.6″
    LENGTH (FOLDED): 25.9″
    BARREL: 1:7 Twist, Lightweight Profile, Stainless Steel
    COLOR: Brown-ish Grey Accents


    16″ 308 Win Specs
    WEIGHT: 6.3 lbs
    LENGTH (OPEN): 35.1″ – 36.6″
    LENGTH (FOLDED): 25.9″
    1:10 Twist, Lightweight Profile, Stainless Steel
    COLOR: Q Blue Accents

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    Who is carrying these. And how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bak Dur View Post
    Who is carrying these. And how much?
    About this much



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    16″ 308 Win Specs
    WEIGHT: 6.3 lbs
    LENGTH (OPEN): 35.1″ – 36.6″
    LENGTH (FOLDED): 25.9″
    1:10 Twist, Lightweight Profile, Stainless Steel
    COLOR: Q Blue Accents
    Are these restricted?

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    Yikes. 4 piles of money is 3 more then I can afford


    Quote Originally Posted by jiffx2781 View Post
    About this much


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravel Agency View Post
    A few of these have already headed out to dealers.

    Talk to your favorite dealer to get one for yourself!!




    The Fix by Q is the biggest step forward in bolt-action rifle innovation since 1962, and is the foundation of what our company believes in – science and innovation.

    We identified a gap in the market, set goals to successfully reinvent the traditional design, and developed a product far superior to the industry’s conventional bolt gun. This isn’t just another custom 700 pretending to be something new. This is something new, and it will kick your dad’s rifle’s ass.

    NOTE: Using cartridges made specifically for semi-auto rifles may cause lite primer strikes due to their hard primers.


    COMMON FEATURES & SPECS:
    ONE-PIECE RECEIVER (NO CHASSIS = LESS WEIGHT)
    45° SHORT THROW BOLT HANDLE
    FULLY ADJUSTABLE FOLDING STOCK
    FREE FLOAT Q-SERT HANDGUARD
    SR-25 MAGAZINE COMPATIBLE
    FULL-LENGTH M1913 PICATINNY TOP RAIL
    MUZZLE: 5/8-24 Threads, Tapered Muzzle, Cherry Bomb Muzzle Brake
    TRIGGER: 2-Stage Match
    AR STYLE CONTROLS


    16″ 6.5 Creedmoor Specs
    WEIGHT: 6.4 lbs
    LENGTH (OPEN): 35.1″ – 36.6″
    LENGTH (FOLDED): 25.9"
    BARREL: 1:7 Twist, Lightweight Profile, Stainless Steel
    COLOR: Brown-ish Grey Accents


    16″ 308 Win Specs
    WEIGHT: 6.3 lbs
    LENGTH (OPEN): 35.1″ – 36.6″
    LENGTH (FOLDED): 25.9″
    1:10 Twist, Lightweight Profile, Stainless Steel
    COLOR: Q Blue Accents
    Gravel, can you clarify whether these will be restricted or NR? According to the OAL measurment provided for the rifle in the folded position these will just barely be restricted.
    "I dont usually bring targets im more of a dirt shooter." -daniel_250r
    Best way to stop firearms from being "easily convertible to full-auto"?
    Require lab techs to wear velcro shoes and joggers.

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    These are Non Restricted

    Currently the dealers include:

    Wolverine Supplies
    West Coast Hunting
    Arnie's Guns

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    Mind telling us how the greater OAL was achieved? Folding stock spacer? Longer muzzle device?
    "I dont usually bring targets im more of a dirt shooter." -daniel_250r
    Best way to stop firearms from being "easily convertible to full-auto"?
    Require lab techs to wear velcro shoes and joggers.

    CCFR 🍁 CSSA

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    Can anyone tell me the value in this, over something like the Christensen MPR or evening some of the cheaper ones like the sig cross?
    You could literally buy a cross and a Christensen modern precision rifle in carbon for the price of this rifle...

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    as per https://nfa.ca/2005/02/25/barrel-and-firearms-lengths/

    If the firearm ARRIVES at the “less than 26″/660mm in overall length” condition by “sawing, cutting” etc., then it is forced into the “prohibited firearm” class. If it left the factory at that too-short length, the limit does NOT apply. It is non-restricted, UNLESS it is semi-automatic AND centrefire.
    however, in the actual text of the law:
    https://parl.ca/Content/Bills/351/Go...8_4/c-68_4.pdf


    which means that "cutting and sawing" is only applied to make it a Prohib.

    While



    Which is exactly what the folding stock does. Does it not?

    This is clearly restricted firearm by definition. How does it not? The text of the law just defines it. Its either less 600mm folded or not. There are no INCHES in the law, there are 660mm. It is either less than 25.98425 inch folded and restricted by def. Or it is over 25.98425 inches folded.

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