Teased at SHOT Show earlier this year when the gun was in pre-production, the large format pistol uses an adjustable dual gas piston action-- no buffer tubes here-- with a stainless steel 8-inch threaded barrel that ends in the company's DBX series muzzle device. Using receivers crafted from 7075 aluminum and an M-LOK-compatible 6061 aluminum handguard, the gun is light, coming in at the 3-pound mark on our scales right out of the box.
Overall length, sans any accessories, is 15.25-inches while height is 7.3-inches.
Semi-auto with a locked-breech action that uses a dual gas piston, the latter is meant to be easily adjustable at the user-lever. Factory-set for the company's test ammo, it can be tuned to raise or lower the amount of gas that is bled into the two piston chambers to accommodate the increasing field of 5.7mm loads now on the market. This comes in handy when suppressed.