Tactical Tailor

Sneak Peek – Spuhr

Håkan Spuhr has something up his sleeve and he’s going to launch it at next week’s DSEI in London.

Looking forward to telling you about it.

Update: He released another photo.

9 Responses to “Sneak Peek – Spuhr”

  1. Todd says:

    I can’t figure it out. New rifle it appears, multi caliber, gas op, removable rail, side stock folder??? Can’t wait for the details SSD!

  2. Jake says:

    Something along the lines of the colt 901. Maybe compatible with more action sizes (556, 762, 300 win)?

  3. P.J. says:

    Lever on the back a lock for an internal folding stock system? Screws on the mag well to attach in internal adapter block? Holes in the upper hand guard are interesting too. I’d think the front one was some kind of opening for an adjustable gas block but it doesn’t seem to line up and wouldn’t explain the one in the back.

  4. Amer-Rican says:

    The locking lever appears to be for an integrated quick release optics mount.

  5. Anon says:

    Lever looks to maybe be a bolt lock for suppressed single fire without having to change gas settings?

    Rail appears to be bolted to the receiver like Larue’s system but is “keyed” so it has to fit the same every time without rotation etc.

  6. Capt M says:

    My guess is caliber-convertible DI rifle.
    Their latest Instagram post shows the rear lever is a locking latch for a swivelling receiver extension, which I assume is for quick BCG changes…
    They’ve been teasing AR parts on their Instagram off late, including an oversized BCG with threaded breach face.

    • Capt M says:

      On closer examination, I’m willing to bet they’ve forgone the traditional upper/lower design and made a one-piece upper and trigger group with removable magazine well section. That would necessitate the swivelling extension for takedown.

  7. Dave D says:

    Spuhr has an additional pic on FB where that latch on the rear of the receiver is for a rotating buffer tube assembly and the gun may not be a traditional upper/lower design as we know it and that is an additional point of contact securing the upper to the lower.

    Re: the holes…those appear to be sling studs as they are toward the receiver end of the rail as well. Also the gas block is well behind the front hole…so QD studs.

    Also anybody else catch that the whole bottom rail appears to be ARCA rail.