OWNER DIRECT: (250) 888-9982
Welcome to T97.ca, a Canadian enhancement project dedicated to modernizing the Norinco T97NSR, a non-restricted bullpup rifle. All components are produced by the product developers at M14.ca, the OEM of the M14.ca Blackfeather "RS" rifle stock and the M14.ca CASM® scope mount series under our new web site: www.T97.ca. (Also, look for the advanced concept "CA-15" Cantilever Scope Mount from AR-15.ca. (Coming Soon!)
Our current product offerings on T97.ca include the LHG (Lower Hand Guard), FTU (Flat Top Upper) and various CNC machined enhancements for the T97NSR. Our official forum is located here on CGN. For sales, scroll below or call/text direct 250 888 9982, noting we are on Pacific Standard Time. Email inquiries and orders are welcome. Thank-you.
Status: The T97.ca LHG is in stock with the new GEN II magazine release button. The new T97NSR recoil pad is in stock (item will be uploaded soon or call 250 888 9982 to add to order). The FTU, FHG and BBHS are currently in stock. Order assembly and inspection times are currently 3-5 days. Call/Text 250 888 9982 owner direct for questions or order inquiries. NEW: The new CA-15 cantilever scope mount from our web site AR-15.ca is now available for pre-order. Take a look at a new concept in cantilever scope mount design for the AR-15 rifle and other flat tops. Thank-you.
The T97.ca FTU (Flat Top Upper, shown below) is a CNC machined, 6061 alloy, 1913 Picatinny rail, firearms accessories mounting platform and long sight plane, low scope mount. The T97.ca FTU is the first in a series of planned upgrades for the Norinco T97NSR bullpup rifle...TO READ MORE AND SEE MORE PHOTOS, CLICK HERE.
The T97.ca Lower Hand Guard (LHG, shown below) is a 6061-T6 aluminum component replacement for the T97NSR bullpup rifle's plastic lower. The LHG is a complex group of components that includes a new, enhanced trigger group that is designed to enhance the non-restricted T97NSR bullpup rifle and eliminate multiple shortcomings inherent to the original design. TO READ MORE AND SEE MORE PHOTOS, CLICK HERE.