|The feed ramp is a separate piece. The barrel appears to be flanged at the rear, with the locking block slid over it from the front.|
|The locking block appears to be MIM. The feed ramp looks like it might be pinned in place?|
|Molded-in logo and caliber designation.|
What I find interesting about the gun is that it's obviously designed to be inexpensive to manufacture, but at the same time be serviceable as a duty sidearm. By that I mean that there are plenty of "Ring Of Fire" zinc blasters that are designed to be cheap, but are obviously not designed with an eye toward ruggedness and reliability, whereas this does not appear to exude that vibe; witness the steel slide and slick Mec-Gar mags. Maybe it's a legacy of the volkspistole projects at the end of WW2, but the postwar Germans have been leaders in finding ways to make inexpensive-yet-reliable handguns, from HK's pioneering of polymer frames to Sauer's making slides out of heavy-gauge stampings...