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Get ‘PAR’mped with a TROY Pump Action Rifle

By Kelvin Dixon
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The TROY Pump Action Rifle (PAR) is an interesting firearm. Folks tend to like it or hate it, there’s not a lot of middle ground. It combines the ergonomics and quick handling of an AR, along with a lot of its accessories, but in a rifle that is subject to less restriction.

 

I purchased my TROY through Burley Arms two years ago and have put about 600 rounds through it. It’s proved itself in the field on goats many times at ranges out to 200 metres and at the range to 250m. Recently I used the rifle at the 2020 IPSC Rifle Championships in the Manual Action Rifle Match, firing 80 rounds with no problems in seven stages from field positions including prone. The winner of the match (not me!) also used a TROY.

 

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