This whole project has impressed me. First of all, taking one of the oldest gunpowder repeating rifles and hauling it into the 21st century is an undertaking hard enough on its own.
But doing it with a rifle that was mass produced through three governments (more if you count China) and generations of manufacturing, that’s even more unbelievable.
It’s not altogether surprising that there were some growing pains for the project — realistically not completely underway at this point still — but I’m also impressed with their willingness to state fault and provide solutions.
Plus, I really want one of them in tan.
Ahem, Archangel, did you hear that? This guy says he wants one in tan …