GUN Fuck Canada

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  1. TL1000RSquid

    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    Along with the:
    G36
    Sig PE90
    MP7
    and a whole lotta others your import ban has slashed off the list.
     
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    They have a ton of shit in Canada Id like to just buy in parts.:hs:
     
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    are they limited to 5 round mags?
     
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    oh... 10 rounds...
     
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    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    Not interested in any of those really, except maybe the MP7 depending on ammo price. But would like the Norinco bullpup, Poly M14 and a 550 series Sig.
     
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    Whoa, I want one. Wicked looking rifle with 10rd mags and non-restricted :bowdown:

    Excellent grouse gun. :hsugh:
     
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    Might be a dumb question, but why gas-operated? Seems like any new "bad ass" rifle/carbine would use a piston type system. I am far from being an expert, just curious.
     
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    TAR-21 utilizes a now-common long piston stroke, rotating bolt action, with the gas piston rigidly attached to the bolt carrier. Gas cylinder is located above the barrel and is completely enclosed by the gun housing. The rotating bolt is similar to one found in the M16 rifle and has seven lugs. The ejection ports are made on both sides of the weapon, and the right or the left side ejection can be selected by installing the bolt with the ejector mounted on the right or on the left, respectively (and, of cause, this change requires the gun to be partially disassembled). The bolt carrier rides on the single guide rod, with the return spring unit located above it, behind and inside the hollow gas piston rod. The charging handle is located at the front left side of the gun and does not reciprocate when gun is fired. The charging handle slots are cut on the both sides of the gun housing, so it can be installed on either side of the weapon, as required. The trigger unit is more or less conventional, with the ambidextrous fire mode selector / safety switch located above the pistol grip.


    quoting Oleg

    doesn't sound like direct inpingment
     
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    Ah. All I could find was "gas-operated." Too vague for me, figured it meant direct impingement. Like I said, not an expert.:hs:

    edit: Found more info, same text as above. Def. gas piston, not direct impingement. Looks like a cool rifle/carbine. Would rather have 3 AR's for the price though....
     
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    10 in pistol, 5 in center fire semis
     
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    i got banned from that forum for talking about suppressors and bashing harper lol
     
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    Sloi Back up in your ass with the resurrection

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    It's expensive, but non-restricted... which means a shitload to canadian firearm owners. For comparison, the AR15 is restricted. Why? Aesthetics. No, just... no. Don't attempt to find Logic anywhere in here. It's NOT PRESENT.

    On another note, many of the people who bought Tavors are becoming less enthusiastic about them.
     
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    Didn't want2race say he had one on order, I mean after all he is WMD's resident ex Israeli commando.
     
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    He was waiting on the approval:noes::greddy:

    All I know is Marstar has some parts I really want at really cheap....
     
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    thats like $1000 american </1998>
     
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    Canadian dollar is back down, not that low though, it'd be $2500 US
     

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