Hmm, interesting. If it has a not-awful trigger, is reliable, and is accurate enough for regular service rifle standards, I'd consider buying one.
Regarding the trigger, I know it's a bullpup so I'm not expecting anything like a Geissele SSA. I just hope it's not like the FS2000's 13lb trigger that made my trigger finger feel like it just did a set of heavy weights at the gym after a 30rd mag.
"Every step we take towards making the State our Caretaker of our lives, by that much we move toward making the State our Master." Dwight D. Eisenhower
Michael Kassnar, VP of Sales & Marketing
IWI US, Inc.
Hello Mr. Kassnar,
Do you have information for FFL holders, where will the rifles be distributed from? What wholesalers so I can get on their list now.
Or will they all go straight from your company-thanks!
LWRC, POF, and many other AR manufacturers employ nitrided barrels. But the most famous nitrided barrel of all is the Glock Tenifer Barrels. Nitride is the Eco-Nazi less toxic US version of Tenifer.
What I'm interested in in A-B comparisons of hardchromed barrels vs nitrided barrels. Multiple barrels in each configuration, same firing schedules, bore scopes and quantifiable analysis of wear and damage.
The closest I've seen is this document: www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA440938
But that's referencing artillery systems and tank guns. Some effects don't scale 100%.