Description

IRON HORSE

Want to build the AR of your dreams? Look no further than the Blackwater IRON HORSE Lower. Build onto our 7075 hard anodized lower, complete with Blackwater's patent pending thumb operated fire control system for a wildly more accurate shooting experience.

IHA1 Lower

The IHA1 model lower has several advantages over traditional trigger implementations, allowing shooters maximum control. Force applied to the trigger is all directly inline with the shooters center of aim, opposed to traditional left or light error common with traditional trigger pull.

Shortened learning curve for new shooters

Increased dexterity in cold weather conditions

Trigger guard completely encases the trigger which eliminates the chance of snagging the trigger in brush or dense vegetation

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I can appreciate the out of the box thinking. But the only possible application, other than having a disability, is maybe mounting 2 AR's side by side on top of a jeep or turret or something. To replicate the butterfly style trigger on a .50 or MK19. That's it. It's cool factor is limited to $150...maybe.

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The trigger area is very, very small. Placed at the back of the receiver and very narrow, it looks like it’s best suited for small thumbs only.

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lol whomever down voted this listed their reason as "war profiteers." Apparently, they don't realize the Blackwater brand was sold years ago. Other than it's origins, it has nothing to do with Eric Prince/Xe/Academic. But... hey, let's not let facts get on the way of a good liberal cry-fest.

Also, every American citizen is a war profiteer in some way. If you don't like it, no prob! Simply stop using GPS, the internet, gasoline or petroleum products and on and on the list goes.

As for the product, eh...cool innovation, that nobody asked for. If it was $200ish less, sure. But $500? lol naw I'm good

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If I chop off my index finger, I will use the settlement money to buy one,

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Nope.

Just nope.

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This is a pretty neat idea, if I lived in KKKalifornia I’d buy one, if I had a trigger finger disability I’d buy one, if I was a competition shooter I might buy one. It’s Ambi too! They really put some nice thought into it, maybe they’ll have some sweet upgrades coming on their site soon.

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If you lived in Kali, you should use that money to leave.

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While I certainly can appreciate new ideas and innovation, I just dont see the price of this lower being reasonable. $500 for a lower is awful high. I do understand the costs of producing a new item like designing, tooling, marketing, production and sales and I do not fault any business for that after all profit is what makes a company be successful. I personally just think these should be more like the $400 range at best. So no disrespect at all to the company, its simply my opinion as a consumer.

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This is some hardcore reinvent the wheel shit just to make it... kali compliant? Not to mention the goofy ergo required to try and fire the thing.

Lets see, spend $500 to maybe get past draconian kali laws, in theory get an accuracy improvement, have to get used to a firing system that's a major deviation of the norm, not be able to customize the fcg or grip, and then spend more money to complete the thing; or spend that money on a full ar. Yeah, know which one I'd pick, KISS.

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