Custom D&L inc M.O.R. rifles and carbines are not semi-automatic firearms. They are manually operated firearms. In other words the operator has to manually cycle the firearm to chamber each round before each shot is fired. Rounds are cycled into the chamber the same way you chamber the first round into the chamber of a semi auto modern sporting rifle. Chambering is done with a straight pull and release bolt motion. M.O.R rifles and carbines feature the quickest manual operation available. This ‘racking’ of the rifle needs to be done for each round fired. M.O.R. rifles and carbines are not capable of semi auto fire. M.O.R. rifles and carbines give shooters the same fast handling ergonomics, durability, reliability, optics and accesories capabilities, trigger quality and accuracy of modern sporting rifles, but without semi auto or select fire capability. M.O.R. rifles and carbines have fixed stocks, non threaded muzzles, no bayonet lugs, no flash hiders etc. M.O.R. rifles and carbines will accept magazines from modern sporting rifles, including 5 and 10 round magazines. M.O.R. rifles and carbines are an excellent choice for people who want a reliable, durable, and practical firearm in areas which do not allow semi auto rifles and carbines, and are also a wise choice for travelers who may pass through areas with semi auto restrictions in place. Be sure to research your planned areas of travel before your trip.
Dave Lauck is the owner of D&L Sports, Inc., custom builder of several of the finest weapons found anywhere in the world and is recognized as the foremost expert on the 1911 platform. He has built custom 1911s for a long list of celebrities as well as President Donald Trump and was awarded “Pistolsmith of the Year” by American Pistolsmiths Guild in 2012. His AR-15 carbines have frequently been used among top-tier competitors and his sniper weapon system, the MR-30, was featured as the Black King Rifle in the TV Series Shooter.
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