Looks like King Arms spent some time developing the stock, then just did less than a half ass job on everything else. I cant get past how horrible a bolt/receiver job they did. The barrel should be a tapered fluted piece with the several flutes very near each other around the barrel. Then the flash hider looks the hack jobs that kids make with a hack saw/dremel and a piece of PVC. All in all... I was very excited about this rifle, then I started seeing actual product pictures and became very disappointed, as did most others excited for it. Might be the explanation for the low price, or the low price just goes to show how little of time they spent in properly replicating the Blaser rifle. Still plan to pick one up 2nd hand for the stock. The barrel/receiver/bolt shouldn't to hard to replicate on a full size lathe.
Keep editing this, have had a few drinks and keep thinking my sentences don't quite read right, if so... make it work