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But your Chinese M4-gery isn't??? Is the RCMP drinking the same Kool-Aid as the BATFE? :blink:

 

My Norinco Ar is restricted, at least I can see the logic of the argument that it is a variant of the AR. Not the logic that it's more evil than others. My Norinco M305 (M14/M1A1 clone) is non-restricted, but my FAL is prohibited...... :wacko:

 

Hmmm since my AR is already restricted

http://www.theammosource.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2_24_80&products_id=1111

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I first thought it had to be a gag, but here's an article from The Firearm Blog:

 

Arsenal Double Barrel 1911

 

 

Arsenal, as in the Bulgarian company? When I come into some money, I'm seriously considering buying their AK in 5.45mm.

Different outfit. This 'Arsenal' is apparently a Russian company.

A discussion by a co-founder of the 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=SJcfaunOMtw

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I have shot Metaba (basic one, not aurorevolver) and it is quite nice gun to shot even in heavier calibers. Percieved recoil is noticeably lower then other .357s, comparable to 9mm para from a heavy pistol.

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The Chiappa Rhino revolver is a rather thoughtful design. I'm not sure however if I like the "fake hammer" that always returns forward after both cocking and uncocking, even if there is a flag showing current condition on top.

 

 

These are starting to show up at local gun shops. The most common so far is the snub nose, but the longer barrel version are around if you look a bit. They handle and point very well. However they are expensive and the lock work seems more complicated than a standard revolver such as a Ruger or a S&W.

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