Comment: yeah, I thought so too, but IF it's not a broken prototype,

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yeah, I thought so too, but IF it's not a broken prototype,

the trigger design could be one of "press-up" more than "pull-toward you"-design.

suppose the design itself could've been crowd-sourced, like this one:

though, I kinda remember hearing him in an interview that the one depicted in the Forbes article is mostly the DEFCAD team's own design.

It's a great proof of concept though.

Still, I'd have preferred it, had the grip-design not looked like they simply lifted it off a stock AR Grip, and modified it ever so lightly. but that's just me. lol.

PS. I cannot get over nerd-laughing over the cross-section cut of the barrel profile: it's a dang penis with balls! LOL

ach heck, with all these things as long as 'cycling a next round'-loading system isn't the purpose of a given design, all you need is a tube that will stay intact for at least a single firing cycle, with a 'breech' that will hold the cartridge steady enough to strike it with some pin.

Predictions in due Time...
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