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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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