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Old 03-29-2018, 06:02 PM
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If any of you guys are looking for a MFT Battlelink stock, I ordered one in SDE but I am receiving a burnt bronze 102 so I'm going to a black stock instead. So I have this for you at a good deal.



RCMP have ruled that the restriction is on the magazines not the firearm;
http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/b...323-72-eng.htm


4. Magazines designed for one firearm but used in a different firearm

The maximum permitted capacity of a magazine is determined by the kind of firearm it is designed or manufactured for use in and not the kind of firearm it might actually be used in. As a consequence, the maximum permitted capacity remains the same regardless of which firearm it might be used in.

Example:
The Marlin model 45 (Camp Carbine) rifle chambered for 45 Auto caliber uses magazines designed and manufactured for the Colt 1911 handgun, therefore the seven round and eight round capacities are permitted.
So nothing changed then really - a 10 round pistol magazine is legal to be used in a semi-auto centerfire rifle.
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