Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TL1000RSquid, Feb 3, 2007.
Damn, that looks like a hell of a design. Using a lot of standard AR parts, with some proprietary innovations, that's a badass rifle. I might have to consider this, if it's still legal in a few years
I'd seriously consider picking that up if it was reasonably priced whenever it comes out.
I wasn't sold on it until i saw this video.
from what I've heard, this is never going to hit civilian markets though?
Depends how soon they get it out and how soon there is another ban, but they are planning on producing them for civilians.
Man,that is one sweet rig.
and it looks like it could be bastardized for CA legality
i'd buy one
Rich (owner of Magpul) told us that if there was any way he can get it on the civilian market he will.
Especially if they make in .308 or 7.62x51. But I guess that guarantees it not being reasonably-priced, eh?
wow, I though they were nice before, but after seeing the vid, I'd buy one on the spot, those guys really have their shit together
I want to fuck that rifle.
OMG, i dont like .223, but i will shoot and like .223 after seeing that rifle. i would definately buy one at under 1400.
I'd rock that any day, especially for a .223
Supposedly it will be available in 7.62 and 5.45 too.
alil action vid
Guys, it was DESIGNED for the civilian market. IF it comes out, that's where it will go. This rifle was thought up as a "Because we can" idea. It is not intended to compete for any military contracts at this point.
Was there a price point?
The video pretty much has me sold. I will buy one when they are released.
The Masada will be priced competitively with AR-style rifles, if Magpul ends up making it, and if it turns out how they want. There is another rifle in the works that IS the result of trying to get a contract. It wasn't on display at the show, and I know nothing about it.
footrat, stop bumping all these fucking old threads
So we could be seeing some of these for $600-1,500?
They should sell them for $4-500, I bet they couldn't produce enough to keep up with demand