Did you see these?Tiny pics without any decent resolution? If my stuff was worth looking at there would be tons of huge high resolution pics form every angle showing it off.
Tiny pics are usually meant to hide flaws
They didn't have the clickable high resolution pics when I posted that but for $299 they are still an "Also Ran".Except nobody has one to look at it, so that's quite the conclusion you've jumped to. Pics are big enough for me to see just fine. Someone will get one, then we can all get a better glimpse. Not every company has to release a catalog showing every tiny detail, and most don't.
Edit: 4228x3280 is the resolution. Look at the link below.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion... But the Midwest is 199-220, the PWS is 190-250, the VLTOR is around 250, the Handl is 450-480. There are other options but I don't think the pricing is obscene. New company, new product... The price may come down over time. I'm looking at getting a black one for my 17, pending reviews... but I might get impatient and test the waters. The only thing that I took note of was that the black model is anodized and the FDE is cerakoted... I would prefer anodized FDE if I were installing one on one of my FDE guns. At the same time they used Magpul FDE creakote so you can easily touch it up if that's your thing when you get scratches. Good luck trying to touch up a FDE anodized Scar... absent a complete spray job.They didn't have the clickable high resolution pics when I posted that but for $299 they are still an "Also Ran".
This rail honestly captured my attention and I wanted to buy it until I saw that: 1. It loses the captive screw feature up front and 2. it adds two new non captive screws in the middle of the rail.Good to see new parts, agreed.
That rail though, does if I followed the vid, correctly--loose the quick-change barrel feature of the SCAR-if one applies the loctite to the cross-piece rail like the lady does at the end of the video. I guess it all depends on whether or not that's important to a user to maintain those principal design features.
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