Magpul Arms the 1125R?

Magpul Buell 1125R Ronin
Magpul Buell 1125R Ronin

Magpul Industries is best known for firearms like the Magpul Masada ACR, an infantry battle rifle–which is also becoming available in a civilian semi-auto version–firearms accessories, and the like.  But apparently, their design team has other interests as well.

At the SHOT Show, in Las vegas today,  Magpul unveiled the “Ronin”,  their aftermarket treatment of the Buell 1125R.  Apparently, Magpul is looking to producing a Ronin kit to convert the plain, vanilla, street version of the 1125R into a Ronin model.  So, if you have an 1125R, in the very near future, it looks like you might just be able to turn it into one of these, if the mood strikes you.

By the way, those two gun-barrel looking things poking out front are not integrated Magpul-desgigned submachine guns.  They’re just the high-intensity halogen headlights.

Yeah, I know.  I was disappointed, too.

Author: Dale Franks

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