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NRAAM 2015 – Battle Arms Development OIP

‘Ounces Is Pounds’ is the design inspiration for Battle Arms Development’s OIP.  

 

 Some might call it badpre bones. The total weight for the OIP is 3.9 lbs (the rifle in the photo includes optic, mount and magazine) and this is attributed to a combination of design and materials. There’s no magnesium or polymer in the design and the upper actually has a thicker cross section than a mil-spec model.

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6 Responses to “NRAAM 2015 – Battle Arms Development OIP”

  1. T.H says:

    I need to put my rifle on weight control… It weighs more than double that.

  2. Bill says:

    The skeletized mag well is very cool.

  3. mark says:

    That’s an incredible weight reduction – the HK MP7 PDW, which has a 7″ barrel and is primarily polymer, weighs in at 4.18lbs.

  4. Lcon says:

    “Someone git her a Sam-wich”

  5. Erik says:

    I’m honestly intrigued by this. I really wonder how this thrifting feels to point and shoot.

  6. Luke says:

    Damn impressive. getting under 5lbs is hard enough.