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Tuesday
Dec252012

CUSTOMER PRE-ORDER.

 

We are getting some organizational things in place as we have had a ton of customer requests.

Check it out: Iron Ridge Defense Systems is now in the process of getting arrangements together to get manufacturing going for the IRA-X Rifle. We are also working with a new partner, Sequoia Arms Studio out of California, for distribution.

So here's what we would like to do: If you are interested in buying one or several IRA-X rifles, put your name on the list. No, this is not a contract to purchase, but it will keep you in the loop what manufacturing is complete. When the time comes we will email all of you on the list and ask for confirmation that you would like to proceed with the order. If not, no harm no foul. If yes, we get them rolling out to you.


Tuesday
Dec042012

Oh, How things change

OK, we had planned at the end of November to end our standard 'Gun Company' business model of being open to the civilian market. Our plan was to simply do Military and LEO service and supply only.

Well, we had had several meetings over the past week and a lot of people had ideas and desires that we couldnt say no to... So here's the plan for the road ahead:

A new wing of the company will be formed. Iron Ridge Defense Systems will be handling manufacturing of our rifles and components, and an independent distributor will be handling all civilian fullfilment.  Iron Ridge Arms and Iron Ridge Engineering will remain focused on the Mil/LEO and UAV development programs.

Our gunsmithing shop will remain closed to the public, but production of the standard IRA-X rifle will resume shortly. So stay tuned, as this is a pretty exciting time!

 

Wednesday
Aug012012

Those 'Sweet' Digicamo wraps...

So... these can look pretty cool when they are done right, I guess. Unfortuantely, they are damn near impossible to do so.  Do yourself and a friend a service.  Make a blood oath.  If either of you mentions the possiblity of getting one of these done that person gets slapped.  Repeatedly.

What's the issue?  Take a look at some of these images.  They are an interesting finish, but it just happens to destroy the barrels they are  adhered to.  "But that that 'dunk' process seems so clean!" I hear people say.  Too bad applying a decal while submerged in fluid just traps everything right against the metals.  So... what do you get?  Rusty Crap™.

 

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