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    Potentially banned non-semi automatic rifles

    Can we make a list of non semi-automatic rifles that will/might be banned under the proposed legislation and the reason

    BSA Sportsman 15 .22LR It has a 15 shot tubular magazine. Magazines greater than 10 shot will be prohibited.
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    My most accurate 22:

    Remington 582 15 shot Tube mag

    I'm wondering if we can get these pinned, if can be done for shotties maybe . . .

    And I also have my Dad's BSA Sportsman 15 that I stared shooting with at age 8 or 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by stug View Post
    Can we make a list of non semi-automatic rifles that will/might be banned under the proposed legislation and the reason

    BSA Sportsman 15 .22LR It has a 15 shot tubular magazine. Magazines greater than 10 shot will be prohibited.
    Not sure where you want to go with this... I would change this to "definitely banned"...and wait for clarifications to come through as there are too many grey areas out there at the moment... Pistol grip bolt actions, MVP that use a 7 rnd but AR compatible MAG, Suppressors on bolt actions, 223/5.56 ammo? Military style bolt actions, a 10/22 with two ten rnd mags glued back to back....?
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    I hope you've all made a submission on those points, you've got tonight to do it
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    I'd like to get a list of non semi-auto rifles I can point out will be banned because of new legislation in a submission.

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    Potentially banned non-semi automatic rifles

    Almost need to refer to the import list the cops have. The list that says what firearms are/where available to import and use. That list will have most of em.

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    My heirloom 06 Winchester takedown pump 22. Just put 15 into it, but required juggling to do so. If done normally, only holds 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walker View Post
    I hope you've all made a submission on those points, you've got tonight to do it
    Did mine, got 'till 6pm tomorrow (Thursday) to submit.

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    My 1897 Colt Lightening in 22 Long wont make the list either
    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

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    [QUOTEMy most accurate 22:

    Remington 582 15 shot Tube mag

    I'm wondering if we can get these pinned, if can be done for shotties maybe . . .

    And I also have my Dad's BSA Sportsman 15 that I stared shooting with at age 8 or 9][/QUOTE]

    I wonder if you could ring crimp the magazine inner tube to prevent the follower travelling the full length.

    And if you could - and you can as the poms did that to their semi shotguns - would that be seen as a permanant fix or will the Police just confiscate your rifle anyway cos you could buy an uncrimped tube.....
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    Most of the lever action centre fire rifles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBD View Post
    Military style bolt actions, ?
    soooo......... everything?

 

 

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