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CheyTac M200

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Netvip101, Jan 7, 2010.

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  1. Netvip101

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    Can a civilian by a CheyTac M200 and if so How?
     
  2. Autolycus

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    What is the Cheytac M200?
     
  3. CoRoMo

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    One awesome sniper rifle.
    [​IMG]

    I don't see what would keep a civilian from owning one, except for price.
     
  4. Netvip101

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    It is a .408 or .375 sniper rifle
     
  5. cbrgator

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    There is no (federal) law that would prevent you from owning one. Not sure if it's sold to civilians but it wouldn't be illegal to do so. It would probably be cost prohibitive, although I am unaware of your financial situation.
     
  6. gun addict

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    oh no, someone probably played too much Modern Warfare 2 then....:banghead:

    hey, maybe he could start off buying a Ruger 10/22 and pratice, then get an SKS or an AK then a K98 then a Remington 700 then a ......
     
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    Bingo LOL.

    Although my long-suffering M1A + Sage stock project is finally back on track after I played the game. No hearbeat monitor though.
     
  8. Boris Barowski

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    I'd say the price will be slightly upwards of $10k. But if they want to sell it to you, I don't see why it wouldn't be possible.

    If you are seriously considering, contact them
    E-Mail: civsales@CheyTac.com
    Chris Mewbourne
    Telephone: 256.850.0081
     
  9. gun addict

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    after playing that game for so long i honestly thought about throwing a scope on my Imbel FAL, could'nt afford the time and money though
     
  10. Robert

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    The M200 is chambered in .408 and .375, and last time I checked the whole deployment kit was somewhere around $13G. That was the rifle, suppressor, bi pod, hand held weather station and ballistics computer. Not sure if they are still offering that package to the general public or not. I'd love to have one, but even reloading for it would be very expensive.
     
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  12. Robert

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    The EDM is a fine rifle, I find the lines of the M200 to be more appealing. But seeing how I have the money for neither it is a moot point.
     
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