I had not heard of this company until today but they do make a very interesting, if not aesthetically pleasing AR-15 lower.
Their specs and link below & title.
Caliber:5.56 NATO \ .223 REM, 300 BLACKOUT, 22LR, Multi-Cal, Custom Caliber Markings Upon Request
Weight:9.4 Ounces /268 Grams With Ambidextrous Controls 8.4 Ounces / 238 Grams Without Ambidextrous Controls.
Dimensions:Length: 7.69” Width: 1.490” Height: 4.015”
Material:Billet 7075-T651 Aerospace Grade Aluminum, Cast A-2 Tool Steel
Finish:Aluminum – Matte Black MIL-A-8625 Type III Hard Anodize, Steel – Black Oxide
Butt-Stock:Works With Any Mil-Spec or Commercial Buffer Tube and Stock.
Magazine Compatibility:(Lock In, Drop Free Additional Magazines Will Be Added As Tested) 100 Round Beta Mag, 100 Round Surefire,60 Round Surefire, 30 Round Magpul P-MAG Any Generation, 20 Round Magpul P-MAG Any Generation, 10 Round Magpul P-MAG Any Generation, 30 Round Mil- Spec Mag, 20 Round Mil-Spec Mag
Component Compatibility:Works Will All Mil-Spec AR-15\M16 Components*.
- - Huge 1.38” Integrally Machined Magazine Well Flare
- - Ambidextrous Quick Attach \Detach Sling Swivel Points With Anti-Rotation Stops Every 45 Degrees.
- - Ambidextrous Bolt Release.
- - Ambidextrous Magazine Release.
- - Bullet Pictogram Safety Selector Markings.
- - Set Screw Trigger Creep Adjustment.
- - Set Screw Upper Take Down Tension Adjustment.
- - Shooter Ready Finger Rest.
- - Oversized Winter Trigger Guard.
- - Dowel Screw Assembly.
- - Ultra Grip Texture On All Controls.
While it looks like the standard M76 chambered in 8mm Mauser, this one is one of the .308 models built by Assault Weapons of Ohio. It uses pretty much the same parts aside from barrel, bolt and gas regulator. AWO had marketed these late last year but very few were shipped out and sold; not sure if it was of huge backlog on inventory (earl 2013 / post-Sandy Hook) but its on pre-order again instead of available.
There is a current GunBroker auctionwith photos of two Steyr AUG sets. This auction is for one of the AUG’s and an FN FAL 50.64 (one of the folding stock “para” models). The AUG’s have a lot of accessories including the 9mm conversions. Below is a quoted…
Made by the same guy who’s selling the dragon’s head flash hider, this one is shaped around the ever recognizable biohazard symbol. It’s not that bad looking and I’m curious how well it would perform as a flash hider because of the odd shape.
The short barreled variant of the G3, this might have started off as an HK91, PTR or built from a parts kit. Generally the G3 platform relies on STANAG claw mounts for optics but this one has the pricey and kind of rare Brugger & Thomet mount. Note the shape of the collapsible stock’s pad. It indicates an older model due to the concave shape.