It started with the spiked breach, the web, the c-cut, we had maybe half a dozen options in place for an upgraded front end so the handguard wouldn’t end flat. There are advantages of course to ending the handguard this way (flat), perfect tac rail alignment, the allowance of our short shield and spiked end cap to be installed; there was no reason to push the envelope. That was until about 3 years ago a customer asked for the end of the handguard to have a wolf head on it.
It was a long shot but I’m still blown away by how well it turned out. It opened up my eyes to a world of new possibilities and I started questioning the way I looked at these design projects. [Read More]