Coils thank you. Nice weapon with minimal recoil.
Wonder if that stock folds?
I would love too try one out.
Lot of potential there, on full auto, for Military use.
Not very familiar with suppressors. But I would imagine it would be relatively quiet with the .45 cal.
Oh God I am thinking thinking.
Their is no doubt in my mind. I come home with that and the girl friend sees the sales slip.
She would smash the back of my head in with a Louisville slugger, while I am sitting here on the computer.
The base pistol was $1,200.00 plus the $200.00 stamp and another $100.00 for the stock conversion. So total I have $1,500.00 into the SBR conversion plus the cost of additional 30rd mags and the Trijicon. For some reason it will cost you almost double if you buy an SBR version. The stock does fold but you can get a fixed stock.
Your welcome 4th
Thanks for the info Bulrich, I was thinking they were right around 1500 in the retail market.
I just noticed they offer it in other calibers too, .40 & 9mm. They were first made only in 45 weren't they?
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Yes they were only made in .45 but they are supposed to come out with three other models this year 9, 40 and they are working on a 50.
Yes I bought the pistol and added the stock. It was cheaper to do it that way, especially if you want the threaded barrel.
It takes an idiot to do cool things. That's why it's cool.-Haruko
1,500 rpm on full auto. .45 with minimal recoil...
If the reliability is there. I see the Military picking up on that one.
Effective range, I think they said, is 50 yards.
But I would for sure not want too be on the receiving end of that.
bulrich. How difficult was the build on the weapon?
Special tooling or things just snap in there?
Welcome too the forum and thank you for showing the weapon.