• Phil Hsueh

    Is that upper actually made in two halves, because I think I’m seeing a seam line across the top. I don’t think that I’d feel safe firing a gun with a clear seam line running across the top of the receiver.

    • brett

      I think that is just square tubing and what you are seeing is the seam on the square tubing. Typically it is welded together at the factory that produces the tubing.

    • MR

      I don’t think you’re supposed to “feel safe” when firing that gun.

      • Kelly Jackson

        You’re supposed to feel awesome

        • MR

          Yup, the best things in life, aren’t safe.

    • Cal S.

      I don’t think that I’d feel safe firing this gun regardless, to be honest.

  • Sianmink

    So Fancy!

  • Raoul O’Shaugnessy

    That blueprint makes it look like it slamfires from an open bolt.

    • MR

      That’s not an open bolt, that’s an over-sized striker. 😀

  • sam

    ewwww, that bright, wavy metal; it’s like a chromed jolly-rancher. The large, bar-shaped jolly-rancher.

  • Tassiebush

    I’ve gotta say I always enjoy these ImproGuns posts immensely! This design looks like it’d benefit from some sort of safety notch for the striker handle or a “halfcock” safety notch on the actual striker and perhaps a leaf spring wire springloaded button to retain a round in the chamber when carried but release it under blowback.

  • Hokum

    It seems it’s Ukrainian (the stamp on the wooden grip panel appears to be Ukrainian national emblem).