Looks a little bit klunky and thrown together right now.
Wonder if they'll streamline it a little bit if it goes into production?
Maybe a molded polymer or nylon stock to encompass the whole works & a slightly longer rifle barrel.
Then...trick it out with a light & a laser and it'll be a super nifty playtoy!
I wish I were doing the design work on that.
I would say: "OK Too Heavy? ~ Let's make a prototype in Scandium." :biggrin:
How does the magazine feed system operate? I grasp the concept that everything forward of the receiver is the pump part of the gun. So I have to guess that the shells are tube fed under the bolt since it doesn't move? I guess I'd need a picture of it open to tell huh? :tongue:
Given that they built the thing in two months, they did alright. It's alive!!!!
NOBODY likes this doggone MasterKey Blaster...& I really sort of like it.
OK...maybe kinda awkward & possibly not THE ideal survival weapon...but, I wouldn't boot one out of my personal collection.
Oh well.... :frown:
In the breaching class I attended many years ago, the barrel of the shotguns was held against the hinge/lock. The muzzle was made to allow gas escape, made in a saw toothed pattern. Benelli's breaching tube used two part tube, attached to the shotgun barrel like a choke tube extending beyond the end of the barrel, then the breaching tube screwed on to the extended choke tube.
The picture reallly does not show how this one is setup. Maybe for show only??
Small Arms Review (IIRC) had a write up on that from a recent arms show. Overall: Mag needs redesign, not overly "field-sturdy". Slightly more versatile than MasterKey(change the mag to meet your environmental needs), but still very much a niche tool. Supposedly an order or 100,000 units, from Mall Ninja Inc., has been placed.......... :biggrin:
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