DS Arms, the Illinois-based company known for their high-quality FALs, had a few AR-15-centered products to show off this year at the SHOT Show. First, they had the second version of their AR-15 armorer’s tomohawk, the Z-Hawk:
Beyond that, they were showing off their new Bufferloc AR-15 modification, an inexpensive drop-in system for preventing carrier tilt and adding more mass to the moving parts group:
As an aesthetic option to go with Magpul’s new MOE line of handguards, DSA also had featured its new delta-ring design:
Most interestingly, though, they also had two IARs, a 16″ prototype and a 11″ developmental model:
The IARs both featured aluminum heat sinks: Machined on the prototype and cast on the 11″ carbine:
DSA is targeting the international market with this rifle.