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Author:  EdLena [ Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:15 am ]
Post subject:  Canadian bullpup laws.

Is it true that bullpup airguns with detachable stocks are not allowed in Canada?
This Huben K1 Mk2: 80+ ft.lb, Semi-Auto, .22 really sounds exciting with the Huben pellets.
These pellets are like the boattail diablos I've advocated in the past (attachment) but was told the boattail would just expand or the fact it was hollow at the rear would cause more drag than it was worth.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i807-jyVF70

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Author:  leadslinger [ Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:23 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Canadian bullpup laws.

Aged wrote:
Is it true that bullpup airguns with detachable stocks are not allowed in Canada?
This Huben K1 Mk2: 80+ ft.lb, Semi-Auto, .22 really sounds exciting with the Huben pellets.
These pellets are like the boattail diablos I've advocated in the past (attachment) but was told the boattail would just expand or the fact it was hollow at the rear would cause more drag than it was worth.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i807-jyVF70


Yes bullpup stocks are prohib. Only bullpups are allowed if it cannot be fired without the stock on. AKA built as part of the action. So if you remove the stock it won't operate.

Author:  HuskyDude [ Wed Dec 20, 2017 2:57 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Canadian bullpup laws.

Hammerless...Interesting design to say the least.
80+ ft.lb is insane!!!
After watching the vid it does sound like it has some teething problems.
Wouldn't be too thrilled about not being able to decock the rifle either.
Plus it is shrouded. Strike two I guess...
Also sound like you should use their ammo only too...
Still pretty cool !!! Good Post Thx!!!

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