Quicksilver Industries is proud to present a weapon on the market in a class QS doesn't really do much for: the designated marksman rifle. This beast is chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO, but is equipped with the completely new Quicksilver Ind. Patented "Serval" Sabot ® cartridge. This round is yet to be released to the public, but testing is finished. It features a full-length top rail, triple railed handguard, adjustable stockpad, rail mountable handguard, monopod, and last but not least; the all-new Flip Up Red Dot Sight, or FURDS® for short.
As per usual, everything is completely ambidextrous: - The charging handle is located on both sides (non-reciprocating) - The bolt release catch is located on the magazine well on both sides - The magazine release catch is located above the trigger guard on both sides - The fire selector is on both sides as well - The shells eject on the front of the rifle, below the barrel
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.
This thing was a huge inspiration to me when making the Chinook rifle... like how you used a rifle stock as the upper receiver. Granted, my gun came out looking a lot more Halo or Imperium of Man than yours...