The Hyrax is a sleek and streamlined bullpup assault rifle, designed to use a variety of calibers. Shown here is a compact 5.7x28mm submachine gun and an assault rifle chambered in .300 Blackout. The gas block has 7 gas settings, for 7 different calibers. Check the manual for details.
It features an adjustable stock and cheek rest, as well a built-in laser aiming module. It’s fully ambidextrous, and swapping ejection side is as easy as flipping the bolt head and switching the ejection port cover to the other side. Furthermore, it’s fully automatic, featuring a cross-bolt safety and a progressive trigger.
Quicksilver Ind. produces top of the notch firearms made for easy and cheap mass production, while maintaining very high quality. Our firearms will always be fully ambidextrous, two toned, operator-friendly and accessory-friendly.
It really depends actually. Sometimes I'm inspired as hell, and the whole build just happens in one evening because it feels like everything I add just fits the weapon I'm building. Sometimes that isn't the case, and I have to spend multiple days on a weapon to get things the way I want/envision them. Overall I'd say somewhere between 10 and 24 hours of total work time.