These are 3rd party test results that contracted by the government to see how our M4 BCGs operate in “extreme” environments. These experts concluded that FailZero BCGs will result in “a reduction of malfunctions and provide the added benefit of reduced cleaning time and lubrication costs”.
Excerpts from the report:
“While the above tests are considered to be extreme, they are similar to some of the very conditions we have observed during past Composite Adversary Team (CAT) training cycles, when training time is so precious that it overrides proper firearms cleaning and maintenance.
As shown in the above test results, the (FailZero) Test Rifle was the only rifle to complete all tests while producing few or no stoppages. Conversely, when a test was stopped involving one of the (Non-FailZero) control rifles, the rifle could no longer be cleared though normal clearing procedures, but occasionally required armorer level skills to dismantle the firearm to clear the malfunction and return it to an operational condition. The testing also showed that in the absence of wet lubrication, carbon buildup and fouling is reduced and gives nothing for debris to cling to, allowing for easier and quicker cleaning.
It is the opinion of Unwin’s ESS Technicians, based upon the above testing, incorporating the FAILZERO product into the HS-61 ESS firearms will result in a reduction of malfunctions and provide the added benefit of reduced cleaning time and lubrication costs.”
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