marca wrote:My bet is that it is not designed to be fired from the shoulder, and therefore is not a "rifle".
Dave Shooter wrote:How about we get Congress to do away with the whole SBR/SBS silliness? Should anyone care how long a barrel is?
M-Quigley wrote:Dave Shooter wrote:How about we get Congress to do away with the whole SBR/SBS silliness? Should anyone care how long a barrel is?
There are people that care about that issue. The anti gun crowd already wants "assault pistols" that take so called large capacity magazines banned, because they think people will conceal them easily, sneak into someplace, and commit mass murder or armed robberies. They also don't like folding stocks or bullpup rifles either. In fact, they'll tell you that the current reg's aren't enough, and we need even more. How to deal with one gun being legal, and the other restricted? In their minds restrict the legal one also. I've found from personal experience that they don't care about hearing facts or logic in regards to this topic.
JustaShooter wrote:One of the more plausible speculations I've seen is a twisted oval cross section to the bore so it isn't "rifled" in the traditional sense. Here's an article describing a cartridge based on this bore type:
http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017 ... -tkm-news/
dingode wrote:So, I guess it has straight grooves instead of twist rifling. Sounds like they got 3-4 MOA at 100yds with it, good enough I guess for what it's intended for. I also read that Franklin is working on special ammo for it. Projectile looks like a nerf football with fins.
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