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Can't do it. The grip safety bothers to me to no end.
I don't know how other people do it.
The 1911 is a super popular chassis, and lots of people love it. But the beauty of having so much choice in the pistol world is that if you don't like the way it feels, you have other options.
I personally love my IWI Jericho 941. It has a great feel with Hogue grips, and shoots really well right out of the box.
I had my doubts that there had been any changes to the legality of 10/22 magazines.This is due to the fact that there is no evidence or statement from the RCMP that there have been changes to the legality of 10/22 mags. I was able to contact the RCMP lab and spoke to a fellow named Mario.
Apparently bulletin 72 is the resource that shows that >10rd 10/22 mags are illegal. Apparently this has been the case since about 2011. He says that the CFOs are contacting the licensed firearm dealers to let them know this. Some provinces are slower than others. Also I guess they don't have anyway to contact the importers (as are not licensed vendors and don't know who they are). He believes that 10/22,Mossberg 715, S&W MP22 and the Remington Viper all have the same issue.
Obviously the common interpretation of the law is different. He thinks that this will be up to lawyers to decide. He also went on to say that the Tavor and T97 never should have been made legal. They are legal because the law was poorly worded.
I am waiting for an email from the RCMP lab stating that all 10 22 mags >10rd are in fact illegal according to them.
So there it is. Time to fight this. Write to your MP's and Ralph Goodale. We can't be pushed around like this because a bureaucrats opinion changed.
we need to band together I've noticed when the ar petition was going around a lot of the hunters were like its not our problem and didn't sign.
Some people think its the liberals and rcmp trying to see what kind of reaction they'd get from us. Look at what the liberals did last time they were in prohibited some rifles and handguns, as people got older less people were able to get them. so theres my rant of what i've been hearing the last few days in the shop and what not.
Some people blame caliber mag for stirring the pot, and off course they love the attention and what not. who knows
I know, it's just absolute bullshit.
The problem is, how far will they go if they're successful with the 10/22 mag limits?
I know that 10rd LAR and Beowolf mags are going to be next. Then bullpups? I've heard that rumor, and it has teeth because of the way the bureaucrats view bullpups.
"Any rifle, shotgun or carbine stock of the type known as the “bull-pup” design, being a stock that, when combined with a firearm, reduces the overall length of the firearm such that a substantial part of the reloading action or the magazine-well is located behind the trigger of the firearm when it is held in the normal firing position." (i.e.: only removable stocks are prohibited by this regulation, fixed-stock firearms such as the FN P90 and IWI Tavor are excluded)
They are very clear that you cannot alter a gun like a 10/22 by mounting it in a bullpup stock. That has been made clear by the CBSA in years past. Plus as the Swiss Arms/CZ858 fiasco showed us, exclusions to the law can be changed overnight.
After a few months of being too busy or out of town, I finally managed to get to the range today to sight-in my new scope on one of my K31's. I took my other K31 with the diopter sight as well and was quite happy with how it now sights and shoots. Took only one group of 5 to zero my scope at 50 metres, all the rest of the 'groups' are with my diopter.