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Not that far out of line with the boutique guns, You coul dbuy 2 or three for a Custom 1911...

But the H9 is -not- a custom gun.  i.e. You've compared apples to oranges by comparing the price of a one-off, custom 1911 to the cost of a production run, non-unique H9.

 

The H9 is up there with the cost of limited production (a la Talo edition) 1911's -- and even those are in quantities of only 300 or 400 (total) per run of each Talo edition gun.  Yet the H9 isn't limited to such quantities...

 

So yes ... they're proud of it.  VERY proud of it...

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But the H9 is -not- a custom gun.  i.e. You've compared apples to oranges by comparing the price of a one-off, custom 1911 to the cost of a production run, non-unique H9.

 

The H9 is up there with the cost of limited production (a la Talo edition) 1911's -- and even those are in quantities of only 300 or 400 (total) per run of each Talo edition gun.  Yet the H9 isn't limited to such quantities...

 

So yes ... they're proud of it.  VERY proud of it...

New to the market...  "innovative design"... Yes they like it, I am not too surprised

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The latest/greatest 9mm SMG from Fightlite Industries debuts at the 2017 Shot Show.  (I understand it is easily converted to other calibers, as well -- such as .22LR and .45 ACP).  Here's a peek:

 

FightLite-MXR.jpg

FightLite-MXR-SMG.jpg

 

Rifle and pistol variants will apparently be available for us mere mortals who don't kick in doors for the government to make a living.  No word on pricing, yet...

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The original KSG's design was compact and minimalistic ... while packing 14+1 rounds (i.e. big firepower) into something just over a 26" OAL (i.e. small package).  The KSG-25 is neither compact nor minimialistic, anymore, marking a substantial departure from the thinking that gave birth to the original KSG.  (Welcome to what European compliance initiatives do to good firearm design, I guess?)  But hey, if you want a pile of 12ga firepower in a 38" OAL package that does NOT use a drum, there's your shotty...

 

On a different note, the survival RDB is hideous!  I own a RFB and it's a slick, innovative .308 bullpup.  I had a chance to buy a RDB but passed on it since I already own a highly customized (by Ken at K&N Aerospace) Bushmaster M17s bullpup chambered in 5.56 NATO ... and couldn't see picking up another 5.56 NATO bullpup just yet (but I'd like one eventually).  I did find it intriguing that the survival RDB was stated as being chambered in .223 ... and am hoping that's a misprint ... since it's perfectly safe to use .223 in a 5.56 NATO chambered firearm ... but not vice versa.

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