C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by MontyShooter » 07 Mar 2020, 8:33 am

Kinda weird as it looks virtually identical to the modified berika which was only just approved.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by StraightWhiteMale » 07 Mar 2020, 11:25 am

I'm glad QLD does not have appearance laws. But that does not mean they always won't.

These shoties cost $3500. Nobody on a cat D will buy them when they can get pump and semi auto. So if Vic and Tas ban these then the owners only chance of getting some money back will be to sell them to someone in QLD, SA or NT.

It just makes no sense. You can buy a Berika or a Warick down in Vic but not this? I really hope the owners of these firearms fight this and win.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by mickhead » 07 Mar 2020, 4:20 pm

MontyShooter wrote:Kinda weird as it looks virtually identical to the modified berika which was only just approved.


Do not be silly. It looks nothing like a Berika. Berikas look soft and cuddly like nerf guns, and will not attract attention thank you.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by MontyShooter » 08 Mar 2020, 6:02 pm

mickhead wrote:Do not be silly. It looks nothing like a Berika. Berikas look soft and cuddly like nerf guns, and will not attract attention thank you.


All the attention on these 12g guns is keeping the heat off my warwick.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by StraightWhiteMale » 08 Mar 2020, 6:22 pm

MontyShooter wrote:
All the attention on these 12g guns is keeping the heat off my warwick.


You could make the argument in court that by buying Warwick you are supporting local buisness. :D
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by birdmanoz » 10 Mar 2020, 9:18 pm

Warwick was smart in designing the WFA1 in consultation with vicpol several years ago. So vicpol can’t easily turn around and ban it because I believe they had input into its design.
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Post by StraightWhiteMale » 11 Mar 2020, 10:07 pm

Would be nice if Aus police and even the army had a policy of only buying Aus made weapons. Getting the local firearm industry growing will not only create more jobs but get the country thinking more in a pro gun mindset.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by BigKev74 » 28 Mar 2020, 11:57 am

Hey guys, anyone have more specific reasons as to why this one is banned in NSW? It seems like we can get the black ops now, but not this one. It'd have to be something to do with the stock right? Or it it becuase of other cosmetic appearances?
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by PorkEatingCrusader » 28 Mar 2020, 3:48 pm

BigKev74 wrote:Hey guys, anyone have more specific reasons as to why this one is banned in NSW? It seems like we can get the black ops now, but not this one. It'd have to be something to do with the stock right? Or it it becuase of other cosmetic appearances?


I'm not sure but I know the 10 round mags for the Berika are illegal in NSW. Its only a cat A but they wont allow 10 round mags down there.

https://www.thebarn.net.au/Products/Ber ... zine/84674


The 10 round mags look hell sick compared to the 5.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by TassieTiger » 28 Mar 2020, 3:55 pm

I know this is not NSW but thought might be of use / laugh to others.
Tas appearance laws ban:
The following firearms have been assessed and have been deemed not to fall within the provisions of Schedule 1, item 6 of the Act – (banned on appearance)
Thompson/Center S&W Long Range Rifle Detachable Box Magazine – (category B firearm)
Ruger Charger Tactical (Synthetic) Pistol semi auto 22 Long Rifle – (category H firearm)
Ruger – Precision – (category B firearm)
Desert Tactical Arms – SRS-A1 – (category B firearm)
Tikka – T3 & T3X TAC A-1 – (category B firearm)
Accuracy International – Artic Winter – (category B firearm)
Accuracy International – AX308 & AX338 – (category B firearm)
Howa – Tactical 1500 Varmint (AKA the Howa Chassis Rifle) – (category B firearm)
Howa – APC (Aussie Precision Chassis) – (category B firearm)
C-More Competition M26 Sporting Shotgun – bolt action 12 gauge shotgun – (category A firearm)
PWS T3 Tactical Rifle – bolt action rifle, in 22LR calibre – (category A firearm)
Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle- bolt action rifle in 22LR calibre – (category A firearm)
Savage Model 10 Ashbury Rifle – bolt action rifle in 223rem, 308win, 6.5 creedmoor, 300 winmag, 338 lapua mag – (category B firearm)
Savage Model 10 BA Stealth Rifle – bolt action rifle in 223rem, 308win, 6.5 creedmoor, 300 winmag, 338 lapua mag – (category B firearm)
Savage Model 110 BA Stealth Rifle – bolt action rifle in 223rem, 308win, 6.5 creedmoor, 300 winmag, 338 lapua mag – (category B firearm)
Ritter & Stark SLX Rifle– bolt action rifle in 6.5 creedmore, 308 win, 300 winmag, 338 lapua mag – (category B firearm)
Ruger Mini 14 Target – semi auto rifle in 223rem, 5.56nato – (category D firearm)
Saiga M12 shotgun – semi auto shotgun in 12 gauge – (category C firearm)

The following firearms have been assessed and have been deemed to fall within the provisions of Schedule 1, item 6 of the Act and are therefore prohibited –
Ruger SR556VT
Ruger SR762
Franklin Armory F17X
Warwick Firearms – WFA1
Australian Automatic Arms Semi-automatic pistol
Australian Automatic Arms Semi-automatic rifle
Smith & Wesson – M&P 15/22
Grand Power Stribog SP9 Pistol
CZ–UB Scorpion Evo 3 S1 Pistol
Remington R-25 Rifle
Ruger SR556VT with aftermarket Thordsen stock
Ruger SR762 with aftermarket Thordsen stock
Ruger Mini 30
Winchester M14
Ruger SR22
Tikka .260 (Z5 5x25/52)
Steyr Pro Varmint .223 - VX 3
CZ455 .22 & Norinco .22 (vtex 4-12, bush 3-9)
ATA 686 U/O 12g & Baikal S/S 12g.
Adler a110 reddot
Sauer 30-06 - VX 3
Howa 300 win mag. SHV 5-20/56
Marlin SBL 45/70
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by PorkEatingCrusader » 28 Mar 2020, 4:03 pm

I'm so happy QLD has none of this silly appearance devil worship nonsense.

What about mags tas tiger? That link I posted above states 10round mags for cat A are banned in Tasmania?
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by TassieTiger » 28 Mar 2020, 4:05 pm

Yeah - 5+1 is max down here...
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CZ455 .22 & Norinco .22 (vtex 4-12, bush 3-9)
ATA 686 U/O 12g & Baikal S/S 12g.
Adler a110 reddot
Sauer 30-06 - VX 3
Howa 300 win mag. SHV 5-20/56
Marlin SBL 45/70
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by PorkEatingCrusader » 28 Mar 2020, 4:17 pm

TassieTiger wrote:Yeah - 5+1 is max down here...



Because that 6th round in the magazine instantly turns you into a serial killer. Makes perfect sense to ban them. :sarcasm:

Sorry mate. Hopefully one day the polies can change.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by TassieTiger » 29 Mar 2020, 3:55 pm

It is what it is mate - as frustrating as it can be, we either learn to live within our puppet masters confines or leave...and most of us don’t have the ability to easily relocate to the greener grass that may / may not be greener.
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CZ455 .22 & Norinco .22 (vtex 4-12, bush 3-9)
ATA 686 U/O 12g & Baikal S/S 12g.
Adler a110 reddot
Sauer 30-06 - VX 3
Howa 300 win mag. SHV 5-20/56
Marlin SBL 45/70
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by sungazer » 29 Mar 2020, 6:04 pm

There are some pretty normal type rifles in that list Tassie. FFS a Howa 1500 in a Chassis. I bet it includes any rifle really that could be put into any MDT chassis Put an adapter onto a 7615 and it would turn into a black ops killer. I spent a small fortune on bits and pieces for mine and think I actually like it in its plain clothes with the Wilson combat sights. Perhaps a rail with a low power scope. I thought about a red dot but most are 2 MOA and that coves up a lot of the target if you are getting fussy on trying to hit something in the same place twice.
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by TassieTiger » 29 Mar 2020, 6:26 pm

It’s crazy. The tikka tac a1 ffs...?
The reason I know of this list was because I called up before committing to the MDT chassis and was told if it’s not specifically on that list then it’s currently okay...so to me, that almost takes it a step further - because it’s not even solely about the appearance - but it seems as if the name of the rifle impacts scoring as well...
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CZ455 .22 & Norinco .22 (vtex 4-12, bush 3-9)
ATA 686 U/O 12g & Baikal S/S 12g.
Adler a110 reddot
Sauer 30-06 - VX 3
Howa 300 win mag. SHV 5-20/56
Marlin SBL 45/70
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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by perentie » 26 Apr 2020, 8:24 am

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I have been trying to get a Round Ball load to shoot with this. The IC choke bugs me that I cant change it for anything.
I bit the bullet yesterday and reamed and tapped the muzzle for the Browning Invector Choke system.Gives me more options to play with.

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This is the Carlson Tactical Breecher choke. Has a bit more choke than the IC that was on there.
Loaded up some RB in new hulls and will try them out later , next trip to the Range.

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Re: C-More Tactical M26 Shotgun

Post by 8x57 » 26 Apr 2020, 8:35 am

Look forward to seeing the results
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