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POF ReVolt Straight-Pull AR

(From: GunDigest.com) — It’s been close to 120 years since an infantry rifle with a straight-pull action has been intro­duced. Add to that the rather odd con­cept of a “rule-beat­er,” and you have all the mak­ings for some­thing unusu­al and, yes, inno­v­a­tive.

First, let’s try to define the firearms indus­try term “rule beat­er.” Put sim­ply, these are firearms designed to cir­cum­vent leg­is­la­tion. One of the most cur­rent exam­ples would be the faux short-bar­reled rifle with the SIG Sauer-type brace sub­sti­tut­ing for a butt­stock.

POF ReVolt review by Firearmsnews.com

POF ReVolt review by Firearmsnews.com

Dur­ing the era of the infa­mous assault rifle ban, 1994 to 2004, we had hand­guns with the grip frame reduced to accept the manda­to­ry 10-round mag­a­zine. Pri­or to the 1990s, there were Ruger Mini-14 rifles cham­bered for the .222 Rem. car­tridge to beat Ital­ian and French leg­is­la­tion pro­hibit­ing civil­ian own­er­ship of firearms cham­bered for so-called mil­i­tary cal­ibers.

The 9x21mm car­tridge is anoth­er exam­ple of this, as was the Colt M1911 cham­bered for the .30 Luger (7.65mm) round. Far­ther back in his­to­ry, there were .25 ACP vest pock­et pis­tols with 6-inch bar­rels designed to go around reg­u­la­tions in a num­ber of Cen­tral Euro­pean coun­tries.

Full Sto­ry At: GunDigest.com

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