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    That figures. They have their fingers into everything. God forbid we want to do business! Many of the ITAR laws are so complicated and outdated. There are good folks trying to get some good changes made but the Department of Commerce is ill prepared to take on the extra duty. Maybe someday!

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    Thanks to all who have responded so far, much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gil Boyd View Post
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    The true factual basis of the photo, was, it was taken in Basra, of two filthy shop owners who thought they were fit enough where bets were taken on who would win a run around the block
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    I've collected most of the parts I'm looking for. Seems that I read somewhere that a 2 stage trigger was used. Does anyone happen to know which brand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molonlave View Post
    I've collected most of the parts I'm looking for. Seems that I read somewhere that a 2 stage trigger was used. Does anyone happen to know which brand?
    supposed to be KAC
    BSN from the Republic of Alberta

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    Thanks for the helpful info!

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    So what barrel profile do think the C7CT uses?

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    From what I've been able to find, it appears the barrel profile is 20" heavy.

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    Looking for info about scopes used on the C7CT. From a few photos, it looks like the Leupold 3.5-10x40 may have been used. Does anyone have any specifics? Reticle? Other brands?

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