You definitely get the sense that you’re looking at something well-made when you open the case.
This rifle’s billet-crafted upper receiver is modified to accept a removable barrel and rail, which allows the CDR-15 to be broken down quickly.
The Paratus may not be a common name in the world of tactical firearms but then again, it’s no common rifle. A compact .308 semi-automatic rifle, the Paratus is a “suitcase gun” and can be broken down into its main components and packed away in seconds.
I found that the upper and lower fit together quite well. You sometimes handle AR’s that have a lot of slop, which people correct with rubber wedges that fit in the lower. It is much nicer when that you don’t need that sort of thing, and the DRD receivers won’t.