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    List of Non-Restricted Black Rifles, Pistol Calibre Carbines and FAQ

    Please do not post in this thread. This is for basic information only. Any questions/suggestions should be sent to me via PM and will be responded to, though it may take me a few days to do so.

    ArmaLite AR-180b2
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    Manufacturer: ArmaLite Inc.
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: .223 Rem/5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Polymer, reinforced with steel inserts
    Availability: No longer in production
    Price: Approx $1700 for used example

    Pros: Lightweight and uses AR-15 (STANAG) magazines. Also uses AR-15 trigger group.

    Cons: Limited aftermarket support and expensive for what you get. Used to retail for $1200 new, no longer in production.


    H&K SL8
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    Manufacturer: Heckler and Koch GmbH
    Country of Origin: Germany
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: .223 Rem
    Receiver: Reinforced polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $2300

    Pros: High quality and accurate. AR-15 mag-well conversion kit is available.

    Cons: Limited aftermarket support, aftermarket parts are expensive. Aesthetics are so-so.


    Swiss Arms Classic Green and Black Special
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    Manufacturer: Swiss Arms AG
    Country of Origin: Switzerland
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: 5.6mm GP90 (5.56 NATO)
    Receiver: Stamped steel
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $3500

    Pros: Very accurate and reliable. Great iron sights, flat topped models with Picatinny rail also available. Awesome aesthetics and bomb proof construction. Replacement lower and conversion kits that accept STANAG magazines are available, increasing capacity to 10 rounds with LAR-15 mags.

    Cons: Expensive and relatively heavy rifle. Limited and expensive aftermarket support, although knockoff magazines are available and cheap.


    Benelli MR1


    Manufacturer: Benelli
    Country of Origin: Italy/USA
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem
    Receiver: Reinforced Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $1500-$1700

    Pros: Lightweight and relatively low cost, accepts LAR-15 magazines. Looks much more like a sporting rifle than some others (not as "scary"), this may be a con to some.

    Cons: Limited aftermarket support, some people do not like the appearance.


    IWI Tavor TAR 21
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    Manufacturer: IWI
    Country of Origin: Israel
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem
    Receiver: Reinforced Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $2700

    Pros: Lightweight, compact and easy to handle.

    Cons: Limited aftermarket support, trigger pull is heavy and long.


    Robinson Armament XCR
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    Manufacturer: Robinson Armament
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: .223 Rem/7.62x39/6.8SPC
    Receiver: Aluminum
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $2300

    Pros: Barrel exchange system allows for fast and easy calibre switches, uses AR-15 magazines. Comes with integral quad railed fore end.

    Cons: Past QC issues, questionable factory support. Limited aftermarket support.


    CZA VZ-58 and CZ-858
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    CSA VZ-58 in .223 (also available in 7.62x39)
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    CZ-858 in 7.62x39 (not available in .223)

    Manufacturer: Czech Small Arms and CZ
    Country of Origin: Czech Republic
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine (both versions)
    Calibre: .223 Rem/7.62x39
    Receiver: Steel
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $700 (CZ-858) to $900 (CSA VZ-58)

    Pros: Lightweight and reliable, the price is also hard to beat. AR-15 magazine well adapters are also available.

    Cons: Scope mounting options are limited/clumsy. Aftermarket support is OK, better than most, but great.


    Bushmaster ACR
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    Manufacturer: Bushmaster
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: .223 Rem
    Receiver: Reinforced Polymer
    Availability: Limited
    Price: $2700 (estimated, for new rifles being imported by Gravel Agency)

    Pros: Uses AR-15 magazines. Will update when Gravel rifles arrive and have been put through their paces.

    Cons: Non-restricted conversions have reportedly had quality and reliability issues.


    Type 88 Sniper
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    Manufacturer: China State Arsenals
    Country of Origin: China
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Stamped (?) Steel
    Availability: Limited
    Price: $3000

    Pros: Supposedly very accurate, comes with 3 magazines and scope. Bullpup design.

    Cons: Made in China (for those who care). Uses proprietary magazines. Heavy (4kg).


    FN FS2000
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    Manufacturer: FN Herstal
    Country of Origin: Belgium
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem
    Receiver: Polymer
    Availability: Limited
    Price: $3000 + conversion barrel

    Pros: Compact and uses AR-15 magazines.

    Cons: Requires barrel conversion to be non-restricted as the standard factory barrel length is less than 18.5". Factory optical sight is garbage, but a flat top model was also imported.


    Kel-Tec SU-16
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    Manufacturer: Kel-Tec
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: .223 Rem
    Receiver: Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $800

    Pros: Lightweight and compact, uses AR-15 magazines.

    Cons: Some issues reported regarding the rifle punching primers, construction is less substantial than other rifles.


    Kel-Tec RFB
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    Manufacturer: Kel-Tec
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, Metric FAL pattern
    Calibre: .308 Win
    Receiver: Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $2300

    Pros: Although heavy, it is well balanced and compact. Has standard Picatinny rail on top for mounting optics.

    Cons: Heavy, QC issues have been reported.


    Rare and unobtanium Black Rifles


    Robinson Armament M96 Expeditionary Rifle
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    Manufacturer: Robinson Armament
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56/.223 Rem
    Receiver: Stamped Steel
    Availability: No longer in production, used market only
    Price: $3200 (Last price I saw on the CGN EE)

    Pros: Robust and reliable, looks almost identical to the Stoner 63 rifle; however, varies somewhat internally.

    Cons: Rare and expensive with virtually no aftermarket support or replacement parts.


    H&K G36
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    Manufacturer: Heckler and Koch GmbH
    Country of Origin: Germany
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: 5.56NATO
    Receiver: Polymer
    Availability: No, only a few have been imported
    Price: $10,000

    Pros: It's an actual G36 in semi-auto only configuration. Super rare and very collectable.

    Cons: Costs about $9000 more than it should...


    SG SIG 550-1
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    Manufacturer: SIG
    Country of Origin: Switzerland
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: 5.6mm GP90 (5.56 NATO)
    Receiver: Stamped Steel
    Availability: No, very few made, very few imported
    Price: $10,000

    Pros: Extremely reliable and accurate. Same as Swiss Arms.

    Cons: Expensive, even for what it is. Same as Swiss Arms.


    Valmet Hunter and M78 rifles
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    Manufacturer: Valmet
    Country of Origin: Finland
    Magazine type: Box, AK pattern and proprietary
    Calibre: 7.62x39, 5.56NATO, 7.62x51 and multiple sporting cartridges
    Receiver: Stamped/Machined (?) Steel
    Availability: No longer in production, used market
    Price: $3500-$5000 (depending on model)

    Pros: They are the only AK pattern rifles that are not prohibited.

    Cons: Expensive. They're good, but not $5000 good.


    FN CAL (theoretical NR)
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    Manufacturer: FN Herstal
    Country of Origin: Belgium
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Stamped Steel
    Availability: No, this could theoretically be Non-Restricted rifle. A Restricted FRT # exists (Restricted due to barrel length)
    Price: N/A


    If I missed anything or have posted erroneous information, please PM me about it as I'd like to keep this thread as clean as possible.
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    Pistol Calibre Carbines

    H&K USC
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    Manufacturer: Heckler and Koch GmbH
    Country of Origin: Germany
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: .45 ACP
    Receiver: Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $2100

    Pros: H&K quality, lightweight. top rail for mounting optics.

    Cons: Proprietary magazines are expensive and hard to find, this also limits capacity to 5 rounds. Aesthetics are not great like the H&K SL8, but (expensive) conversion kits are available. Limited aftermarket support.


    KRISS Vector
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    Manufacturer: KRISS USA
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, Glock 21 type
    Calibre: .45 ACP
    Receiver: Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $2000

    Pros: Unique blowback system greatly reduces recoil, uses Glock magazines, giving 10 round capacity. Barrel shroud covers barrel in NR version. Stock folds for storage/transport.

    Cons: Possibly aesthetics, but nothing else that I'm aware of.


    BRS-99 Tactical
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    Manufacturer: Fabryka Broni Łucznik
    Country of Origin: Poland
    Magazine type: Proprietary box magazine
    Calibre: 9mm Para
    Receiver: Steel (?)
    Availability: Limited
    Price: $2000

    Pros: Compact and lightweight, multi-position collapsible stock. Comes with 4 magazines.

    Cons: Uses proprietary magazines. Original barrel was designed to be 185mm, so NR length barrel looks odd.


    Beretta CX4 Storm
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    Manufacturer: Beretta
    Country of Origin: Italy
    Magazine type: Box, 92 or 96 pattern
    Calibre: 9mm Para, .40S&W
    Receiver: Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $1000 (Approximately $1500 with conversion barrel)

    Pros: Uses Beretta 92 or 96 pattern pistol magazines, giving 10 round capacity. Good quality and accuracy. Top picatinny rail for mounting optics.

    Cons: Factory barrel is 16", so a conversion is required, which costs about $500 on top of the retail cost of the carbine. Limited aftermarket support.

    JR Carbine
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    Manufacturer: Just Right Carbines
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, Glock pattern
    Calibre: 9mm Para, .40S&W, .45 ACP
    Receiver: Aluminum
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $900

    Pros: Inexpensive and reliable, uses Glock magazines. Top picatinny rail for optics mounting.

    Cons: Somewhat blocky appearance.

    Thureon Defense Carbine


    Manufacturer: Thureon Defense
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, Glock pattern
    Calibre: 9mm Para, .40 S&W, .45ACP, 10mm and .357Sig
    Receiver: Aluminum
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $1000

    Pros: Inexpensive and reliable, uses Glock magazines. Top picatinny rail for optics mounting.

    Cons: Somewhat blocky appearance.

    Kel-Tec Sub 2000
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    Manufacturer: Kel-Tec
    Country of Origin: U.S.A.
    Magazine type: Box, multiple pistol patterns
    Calibre: 9mm Para
    Receiver: Polymer/Steel buffer tube
    Availability: Yes
    Price: $600

    Pros: Lightweight and compact, folding design. Uses multiple varieties of pistol magazines (depending on version). Reliable and decently accurate.

    Cons: Somewhat cheap and flimsy feeling. Accessories are of questionable quality, and mounting optics is difficult and may disable folding function.


    If I missed anything or have posted erroneous information, please PM me about it as I'd like to keep this thread as clean as possible.
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    FAQ

    The following are RCMP bulletins regarding magazine capacities:

    Maximum Permitted Magazine Capacity
    Special Bulletin for Businesses No. 72
    Background

    The maximum capacity of a cartridge magazine is set out in Part 4 of the Regulations Prescribing Certain Firearms and other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, Accessories, Cartridge Magazines, Ammunition and Projectiles as Prohibited or Restricted. The Regulations prescribe “prohibited devices”, and a magazine that has a capacity which exceeds the maximum permitted capacity is a prohibited device. Businesses can be in possession of prohibited devices if appropriately licensed. However, individuals may not possess prohibited devices.

    The magazine regulations have been in force since 1993. However, in recent years, new cartridge magazines have been introduced which have resulted in novel situations as it concerns the application of the Regulations. There has been no change to the Regulations. Nonetheless, the application of the existing Regulations to a few new products has given the appearance of a change in the law. This has been particularly evident in the case of cartridge magazines designed or manufactured for more than one type of firearm.
    Purpose

    The purpose of this bulletin is to provide greater clarity on the maximum permitted capacity of cartridge magazines designed or manufactured for use in more than one kind of firearm. Note that the maximum permitted capacity of a magazine is determined by the physical characteristics of the firearm it is designed or manufactured for and the type of ammunition for which it is designed. The maximum permitted capacity of the magazine does not depend on the classification of the firearm, nor does the magazine capacity influence the classification of the firearm.
    Current Issues

    1. Magazines designed or manufactured for both rimfire calibre rifles and handguns

    Magazines designed to contain rimfire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a rifle do not have a regulated capacity. However, magazines designed to contain rimfire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic handgun are limited to 10 cartridges. Magazines designed or manufactured for use in both rifles and semiautomatic handguns are subject to the handgun limit of 10 cartridges.

    Example:
    Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 rifle and 15-22P pistol chambered for 22LR caliber:

    the 10 round magazine is unregulated
    the 25 round magazine is a prohibited device


    2. Magazines designed or manufactured for both centrefire calibre rifles and handguns

    Magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic rifle are limited to five cartridges. However, magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic handgun are limited to 10 cartridges. Magazines designed or manufactured for use in both semiautomatic rifles and semiautomatic handguns are subject to the limit of five cartridges.

    Example:
    Hi-Point rifle and handgun chambered for 9mm Luger caliber:

    magazine capacities over five rounds are prohibited.


    3. Magazines designed or manufactured for both centrefire calibre semiautomatic rifles and other (non-semiautomatic) rifles

    Magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic rifle are limited to five cartridges. However, magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a rifle other than a semiautomatic or automatic rifle, do not have a regulated capacity. Magazines that are designed or manufactured for use in both semiautomatic rifles and other (non-semiautomatic) rifles are subject to the semiautomatic rifle limit of five cartridges.

    Example:
    Remington model 7615 pump action rifle chambered for 223 Remington caliber:

    the 10 round magazine is prohibited
    the five round magazine is unregulated


    4. Magazines designed for one firearm but used in a different firearm

    The maximum permitted capacity of a magazine is determined by the kind of firearm it is designed or manufactured for use in and not the kind of firearm it might actually be used in. As a consequence, the maximum permitted capacity remains the same regardless of which firearm it might be used in.

    Example:
    The Marlin model 45 (Camp Carbine) rifle chambered for 45 Auto caliber uses magazines designed and manufactured for the Colt 1911 handgun, therefore the seven round and eight round capacities are permitted. A similar example is the 10 round capacity magazine for the Rock River Arms LAR-15 pistol, regardless of the kind of firearm it is actually used in.

    5. Magazines for semiautomatic handguns which contain more than ten (10) rounds of a different calibre

    Magazines designed to contain centrefire cartridges and designed or manufactured for use in a semiautomatic handgun, are limited to 10 cartridges. The capacity is measured by the kind of cartridge the magazine was designed to contain. In some cases the magazine will be capable of containing more than 10 rounds of a different caliber; however that is not relevant in the determination of the maximum permitted capacity.

    Example:
    Heckler and Koch P7 pistol chambered for 9mm Luger caliber:
    The magazine designed for the 40 S&W calibre variant of the pistol will hold 13 cartridges of 9mm Luger calibre and function in the 9mm Luger calibre P7 pistol. This is permissible as the maximum permitted capacity of the 40 S&W calibre magazine must be measured by the number of 40 S&W calibre cartridges it is capable of holding, which is 10 such cartridges in the case of the HK P7 pistol magazine.
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    Non-Restricted rifle addendum as of 2017/06/16

    Long time no see. A few changes with lots of new guns to add. Unfortunately the system will not allow me to edit posts older than 2 years so updates will have to come in the form of additional posts.

    Rifles

    Norinco Type 97

    Manufacturer: EMEI (Norinco)
    Country of Origin: China
    Magazine Type: STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Milled Aluminum
    Availability: Readily available
    Price: $800 for carry handle version, $1200 for flat top version

    Pros: Inexpensive, takes STANAG magazines, uses AK inspired piston and bolt system, reliable with the right magazines.

    Cons: Fit and finish are OK at best, manual of arms is wonky, magazine release positioned terribly. Limited but improving aftermarket support.


    Brugger & Thomet APC 223


    Manufacturer: B&T
    Country of Origin: Switzerland
    Magazine Type: STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Milled Aluminum/Polymer
    Availability: Yes
    Price:$4000

    Pros: Swiss quality, modern and lightweight design.

    cons: Dat price tag....



    ATRS Modern Hunter/Varminter


    Manufacturer: ATRS
    Country of Origin: Canada
    Magazine Type: SR-25/STANAG
    Calibre: .308 Win (Modern Hunter), .223 Wylde (Modern Varminter)
    Receiver: Milled Aluminum
    Availability: Yes but may have a few months lead time from ATRS
    Price:$3000+

    Pros: The closest thing to an AR-15 you can get that is Non-Restricted, and Canadian made to boot. Extremely precise and high quality rig.

    Cons: Price, some apparent reliability issues (may have only impacted early models).


    NEA 102

    Manufacturer: NEA
    Country of Origin: Canada
    Magazine Type: SR-25 pattern (Assumed)
    Calibre: .308 Win
    Receiver: Milled Aluminum
    Availability: Yes but may take a few months to start rolling out (not sure)
    Price:$1500 Approx

    Pros: Canadian made NR .308, half the cost of ATRS offerings. Takes AR furniture and mags.

    Cons: Currently new and unproven, unknown QC.


    IWI X95


    Manufacturer: IWI
    Country of Origin: Israel/USA
    Magazine Type: STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Polymer/Titanium
    Availability: Yes
    Price:$2700

    Pros: Compact and lightweight bullpup design, improved ergonomics and trigger over Tavor.

    Cons: Basically just a slightly improved Tavor, expensive.


    Jard J48

    Manufacturer: Jard
    Country of Origin: USA
    Magazine Type: STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Aluminum
    Availability: Limited
    Price:$1500

    Pros: Inexpensive and NR .223 platform, AR ergonomics and stock compatibility.

    Cons: QC issues and breakages common, trouble getting them serviced.


    FAMAE SG540/542

    Manufacturer: FAMAE
    Country of Origin: Chile
    Magazine Type: Sig 550 (540), Proprietary (542)
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO/7.62x51 NATO
    Receiver: Stamped Steel
    Availability: Limited
    Price:$2500

    Pros: Reproduction of the original Swiss 540 (parent to the Sig 550 series of rifles), excellent design and reasonably good manufacturing quality.

    Cons: Limited availability (they were imported by ERE Systems, but importation seems to have stopped or become erratic), expensive proprietary magazines. Not nearly as good as the Swiss Arms, and not that much cheaper.


    Bushmaster M17S

    Manufacturer: Bushmaster
    Country of Origin: USA
    Magazine Type: STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Aluminum
    Availability: Out of production
    Price:$1700

    Pros: Inexpensive for an available bullpup, takes AR-15 pattern mags.

    Cons: Hard to find, limited aftermarket support and no parts availability.


    Norinco Type 81

    Manufacturer: Norinco
    Country of Origin: China
    Magazine Type: Proprietary
    Calibre: 7.62x39
    Receiver: Steel
    Availability: No, Approval pending
    Price:$1000


    Pistol Calibre Carbines

    Chiappa M1-9


    Manufacturer: Chiappa
    Country of Origin: Italy
    Magazine Type: Beretta 92
    Calibre: 9mm Luger
    Receiver: Aluminum(?)
    Availability: Yes
    Price:$500

    Pros: Inexpensive, commonly available magazines and inexpensive ammunition.

    Cons: QC issues common, you will likely need the warranty...


    TNW Aero Survival Rifle

    Manufacturer: TNW
    Country of Origin: USA
    Magazine Type: Glock
    Calibre: 9mm Luger
    Receiver: Aluminum
    Availability: Yes
    Price:$900

    Pros: Reliable, takedown, uses commonly available pistol mags, comes with scope.

    Cons: Scope is cheap, not as accurate as JR Carbine.


    FN PS90


    Manufacturer: FNH USA
    Country of Origin: USA
    Magazine Type: Proprietary
    Calibre: 5.7x28
    Receiver: Aluminum/Polymer
    Availability: limited
    Price:$1500 (requires non-restricted length barrel at extra cost)

    Pros: Lightweight, allows you to live your Stargate SG-1 fantasy.

    Cons: Requires rebarrel to be Non-Restricted, ammo and magazines can be hard to find.


    Skorpion Evo 3


    Manufacturer: CZUB
    Country of Origin: Czech Republic
    Magazine Type: Proprietary
    Calibre: 9mm Luger
    Receiver: Polymer(?)
    Availability: limited (Wolverine will be bringing their first batch in July)
    Price:$1400 (requires non-restricted length barrel at extra cost)

    Pros: Lightweight, if typical of CZ quality will be quite good.

    Cons: Requires rebarrel to be Non-Restricted, magazines are proprietary and limited to 5 rounds.



    FAMAE SAF


    Manufacturer: FAMAE
    Country of Origin: Chile
    Magazine Type: Proprietary
    Calibre: 9mm Luger
    Receiver: Stamped steel
    Availability: Limited (no longer being regularly imported)
    Price: $3000+

    Pros: Based on the SG540 design, reasonably good manufacturing quality (although not as good as Swiss Arms).

    Cons: Requires rebarrel to be non-restricted, expensive proprietary mags.


    Sig Sauer MPX

    Manufacturer: Sig Sauer
    Country of Origin: USA/Germany
    Magazine Type: Proprietary
    Calibre: 9mm Luger
    Receiver: Milled Aluminum
    Availability: Available (Restricted length bbl only)
    Price: $2500

    Pros: High quality, lightweight, compact, feels like an AR.

    Cons: Requires rebarrel to be non-restricted, expensive, uses proprietary mags.



    Prohibited Rifles not named in OIC


    Beretta ARX 100/160

    Manufacturer: Beretta
    Country of Origin: Italy/USA
    Magazine Type: STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Aluminum/Polymer(?)
    Availability: Prohibited
    Reason for Prohibition: Readily and easily convertible to fully automatic


    FNH SCAR


    Manufacturer: FNH USA
    Country of Origin: Belgium/USA
    Magazine Type: STANAG/SR-25
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO/.308 Win
    Receiver: Aluminum
    Availability: Prohibited
    Reason for Prohibition: Readily and easily convertible to fully automatic


    H&K 243 SAR

    Manufacturer: H&K
    Country of Origin: Germany
    Magazine Type: STANAG
    Calibre: 5.56 NATO
    Receiver: Polymer w/steel inserts
    Availability: Prohibited
    Reason for Prohibition: Readily and easily convertible to fully automatic

    I know I missed a few, PM me with what they are and I'll add them.
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