Battle Rifle Company will display its new 2017 BR4 Cutlass rifle in a fish tank filled with water at SHOT Show this year to emphasize its intended use as a maritime rifle.
The Cutlass is based on Battle Rifle Company's best-selling Spectre Rifle, and is specifically designed for maritime security, or MARSEC, operations and shipboard usage.
"We built the Cutlass so that no direct ferrous, metal-to-metal contact is made throughout the entire rifle, ensuring corrosion-free operation, even after months at sea," Chris Kurzadkowski of Battle Rifle Company said in a press release. "This rifle is perfect for shipboard operations, both coastal and riverine. If you live or work on the water, this gun is perfect for you!"
The Cutlass is built with care to ensure long-lasting life in extreme conditions. Its extended rail and low-profile gas block allow for more accessories to be installed, making it well-suited for shipboard, coastal and all-weather operations.
Additionally, Battle Rifle Company is introducing a new color for 2017. The MARSEC rifles will be available in the all-new Battle Rifle Ocean Blue: a marine gray-blue which provides a great contrast to this special rifle, BRC officials maintain.
SHOT Show will be held from January 17-20 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.