URG-I Hanguard (MK16)
Coated buffer tube
Brugger & Thomet APC trigger
SIG MCX trigger
Trijicon ACOG mount
REC 7 chambered in 224 Valkyrie
FieldCarft chambered in 224 Valkyrie
New EOTech with green reticle
Glock 34 Gen5
Glock 17 Gen5
Glock 19 Gen5
Tavor 7 chambered in 308
Tavor X95 chambered in 300 Blackout
CompM5 and 6x Magnifier
APX striker fired pistol
Chris Costa signature 1911
New line in 224 Valkyrie
Federal Personal Defense Hydra Shok Deep
DT SRS A1
MSR10 in 6mm Creedmoor
We have been following with great admiration in regards of engineering and design capabilities. On their Instagram account they have been posting some images of very interesting new products, from silencers to firearms and furniture. One of the most significant introduction is the “Honey Badger” a re-engineered version of the AR15 specifically designed to be chambered in 300 Blackout. For what we know (and what we can tell from the pictures) the main features of this rifle are the silencer (Integrally suppressed design) and the stock/buffer tube assembly. Since the gun will only be available in 300 BLK the addition of a proprietary buffer spring and stock may be a key detail in order to provide extraordinary performance.
The company seems to be bringing some very interesting mounting solutions for silencers. From the photos posted on their Instagram Account the Q seems to be introducing itself also in the 7.62 rifle segment.
From some photos it is possible to see the internal design of the silencer, also compared to a Sig Silencer. The device itself seems to be very lightweight, a feature in which Mr. Brittingham strongly believes.
We are really looking forward to have a chance to see and try these products.