Straight from the Netherlands, rising star Khronos brings the next installment of the AR-120 series line of long range assault gear. The AR-128, affectionately entitled the Aspects EP, is a pulse action, air cooled, selective fire assault rifle chambered for the patented ArsenalCorp 777 grain(tm) 10x24mm caseless round. The Aspects EP uses an electronic pulse action to fire, controlled directly from the booth. The internal mechanism, including the rotating breech, is mounted on free-floating rails within a carbon-fiber jacket, and the entire assembly features recoil reduction to reduce the effects of muzzle climb during 4 round burst and fully-automatic fire. It also comes standard with an underbarrel flamethrower. Us here around the camp are callin it The Thing. The tank holds about a gallon and a half of Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel fuel, or enough gas to hose down your typical bunker, armored personnel carrier, or that wall people stand against with their arms crossed. Order now and we'll include a box of Cohiba cigars. Sustained fire lasts about three and a half minutes. Also included is the 3x power Realm Walker television sight to allow for extreme accuracy during long range and low light target acquisition. Another handy feature is the KOAN, or kinetic ordinance algorhythmic numerometer. This is a digital readout of the amount of rounds remaining in the 99-round detachable magazine. Standard rate of fire is 900 rounds/min, however the AR-128 features a selector switch setting which slows ROF down to about 26 rounds/min, or a sustained fire lasting three minutes and 50 seconds, to be used specifically for firing both the flamethrower and the pulse rifle simultaneously. All three additional features are available individually exclusively on Beatport on a special Sunday release, March 1st, in celebration of Khronos's birthday. Might we suggest you just go on and get the whole kit, though.