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Thorack
September 03, 2017, 07:13
Well,

This is what Ive been waiting for. I'm trying to contact them to get a deposit in. This so far looks better than all the Glock carbine compromises.

Cant wait. I hope the after market really ramps up support for the P 320.

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/09/01/exo-one-firecontrolunit/

Thorack

LYCAN
September 03, 2017, 08:27
Between these new "chassis" setups, like this, the Roni, (im sure more on the way), Arm braces/Stabilizers, and Binary triggers, lets not forget the Mossberg Shockwave & Rem TAC-14...


....its clear that NFA restrictions are virtually moot & invalidated. Unless one is a collector or purist.

God Bless America!

If the Hearing Protection Act ever gets legs, then the witch is dead.

the gman
September 04, 2017, 23:41
Well,

This is what Ive been waiting for. I'm trying to contact them to get a deposit in. This so far looks better than all the Glock carbine compromises.

Cant wait. I hope the after market really ramps up support for the P 320.

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/09/01/exo-one-firecontrolunit/

Thorack

I like the idea but the execution sucks balls if you have (like I do) the P320C and don't want to buy the exchange kit for the full size slide. Be a LOT better if they used the chassis in conjunction with a dedicated bolt/carrier group with a new and separate barrel. That would open up a lot more options in my book.

jhend170
September 06, 2017, 14:59
Meh... got me excited for nothing. I'm waiting on an actual CARBINE frame I can drop my chassis into, a-la the Sub 2000. .40S&W does rather well from a carbine (pretty much matches its big bro the 10mm), and a nice little 14.5" barrel with perm attached FH and a folding stock would make for a neat little home or vehicle defensive piece that could fit in awfully tight places. I'm not really sure what this gains me.

http://www.ballisticsbytheinch.com/40sw.html