Created in 1991, on a Reed Knight's patent
basis, (Knight's Armament Company - Florida), this design was dropped in 1993, after an
estimated production of some 6,000 pieces. It is significant that this commercial failure
matches with the first attempt to produce a pistol, that had nothing to do with the
Browning's lineage. The lock system, leaning on a rotating barrel, was indeed an entirely
new departure for the firm. Obviously, this rather inelegant handgun, mainly constructed
in polymer (a steel version was however available), did not meet by far the expected
success. Remains perhaps the collecting career ? To get more about it, refer to our book.