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    SHOT SHOW 2023: Brugger and Thomet

    Can you spot the new product? Will be 700 USD cheaper than the APC , coming to the US in Q3 2023

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    I have 3 APCs and the GHM… and I still want this. Help me. Really hope the tides change so we get a chance to see it in Canada.

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    It's not Brugger and Thomet, it's just 'B&T'. Thomet hasn't been with the company for a LONG time and I won't say why.

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    The forward assist style serrations are just for... style?

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    Much want

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    They look handsome, but I have my reservation about the thick ledges and geometry of the upward facing ejection port. They are great spots for snow, sand and mud to accumulate and sit on, then gravity will pull any debris into the ejection port. if they go with push rod, there is no exhaustion gas to blow the ejection port out either in some sort of self cleaning. This will not be the gun you put into the mud, pull it out and keep firing.

    They need to remove all the thick edges at 6 and 9, and add an ejection port cover, for this sort of geometry.

    And i suspect it ends up this way because they want to use a certain size of extrusion tube.


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    I would be all over this if it ever makes it here. Hopefully the tides of change for this country will happen sooner than later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobusten View Post
    The forward assist style serrations are just for... style?
    I was wondering as well. My guess is the SFSS will see those and scream 'AR variant ! ' LOL
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    This along with the Tp380 :-0
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