Originally Posted by Yunus
I think it all comes down to purpose. This rifle does not seem to be designed for 200+ yard engagements, its a close combat rifle where a heavier trigger may be by design to reduce the chance of accidental discharge and that is acceptable even if it costs a little accuracy.
As a "select fire" military arm... Sure. The M16A2 trigger sucked almost as bad but again... It's a military rifle.
I think the majority of civilian shooters who are attracted to semi auto versions of issue military rifles are looking for a SHTF firearm... and if that situation you will not have a "designated marksman" backing you up.
IMHO, the geometry of the bull pup defeats it's own intended goal. The whole benefit of ^^THIS^^ design is to shorten the overall length without needing to shorten the barrel and loose the velocity and accuracy that comes with it. Brilliant idea but until someone figures out how to overcome the geometrical trigger issue and build one of these that's does not feel like shooting a Kel Teck... It will remain a novelty and continue to be passed over by those who know what an effective self loading rifle needs to be.