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    Could possibly be a dead end also, or superseded by something different. I guess time will tell.

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    I wonder what kind of fire control system it would have? Since it is Glock, my guess would be some kind of striker fire system in order to keep with their brand.
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    It’s a Johnson type rotating multi-lug bolt with what appears to be an integral cam lug. It has dual gas ports and a piston that encircles the barrel, with dual op rods to impinge on the carrier. It has a QC barrel that makes reference to the Steyr stg77 and has similar locking lugs at the barrel trunion interface. The “lever” is actually the swinging anvil that strikes the firing pin after the hammer (or striker) hits the anvil.

    Look at the parent diagrams. They give a pretty good idea of what this design is.

    It’s funky. It has none of the Glock simplicity I would expect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshNC View Post
    The “lever” is actually the swinging anvil that strikes the firing pin after the hammer (or striker) hits the anvil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshNC View Post
    It’s a Johnson type rotating multi-lug bolt with what appears to be an integral cam lug. It has dual gas ports and a piston that encircles the barrel, with dual op rods to impinge on the carrier. It has a QC barrel that makes reference to the Steyr stg77 and has similar locking lugs at the barrel trunion interface. The “lever” is actually the swinging anvil that strikes the firing pin after the hammer (or striker) hits the anvil.

    Look at the parent diagrams. They give a pretty good idea of what this design is.

    It’s funky. It has none of the Glock simplicity I would expect.
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    I’ll buy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshNC View Post
    It’s a Johnson type rotating multi-lug bolt with what appears to be an integral cam lug. It has dual gas ports and a piston that encircles the barrel, with dual op rods to impinge on the carrier. It has a QC barrel that makes reference to the Steyr stg77 and has similar locking lugs at the barrel trunion interface. The “lever” is actually the swinging anvil that strikes the firing pin after the hammer (or striker) hits the anvil.

    Look at the parent diagrams. They give a pretty good idea of what this design is.

    It’s funky. It has none of the Glock simplicity I would expect.
    Based upon the drawings I believe the original poster is correct when he stated that the anvil hits the rear of the ejector to eject the round. The drawings shot the bolt unlocking, and the anvil sticking something at the rear of its movement resulting in a case being ejected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshNC View Post
    It’s a Johnson type rotating multi-lug bolt with what appears to be an integral cam lug. It has dual gas ports and a piston that encircles the barrel, with dual op rods to impinge on the carrier. It has a QC barrel that makes reference to the Steyr stg77 and has similar locking lugs at the barrel trunion interface. The “lever” is actually the swinging anvil that strikes the firing pin after the hammer (or striker) hits the anvil.

    Look at the parent diagrams. They give a pretty good idea of what this design is.

    It’s funky. It has none of the Glock simplicity I would expect.
    If that was the finished product, I'd say leave this complicated contraption back in the 1930s where it belongs. It'll flop massively, and rightfully so.

    But, my thought is that it's likely more in the proof of concept stage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by call_me_ski View Post
    Based upon the drawings I believe the original poster is correct when he stated that the anvil hits the rear of the ejector to eject the round. The drawings shot the bolt unlocking, and the anvil sticking something at the rear of its movement resulting in a case being ejected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    The rifle I want is the Rheinmetall Steyr RS556.
    That is a good looking rifle

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