The ONE from ZRODelta

Do you know the one?

You know the one, the one I’m talking about right?

Now that I have that out of my system let’s talk about the latest Lego (or Megablocks for those who had weird family members who didn’t understand they aren’t the same and don’t work together, but thanks anyway) gun from ZRODelta.

The ONE is an evolution of the Modulus. They’ve kept developing the concept and now the the new one, the ONE, looks a little like this.

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Selectable by the end user back straps, front straps, magazine well and capacity, and the dust cover rail length. Just add Glock or Glock compatible slide and viola pistola.

It’s your very own at home build-a-blaster workshop.

But wait! There’s more.

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Is that a prototype adaptive receiver for turning your ONE build-a-blaster into a bigger, better, build-a-blaster?

Well hypothetical internet inquirer…

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Yes. Yes it is.

ZRODelta looks to have beaten Glock to a Glock carbine.

By taking the concept the industry has been playing around with in systems like the RONI or the Flux Raider and scaling it up a bit the ONE is also an AR compatible carbine as well as a Glock compatible handgun. Just plug-and-pew.

Now is this a ‘practical’ system one might ask?

That’s absurd. When selling something cool or something fun, practicality comes a distant third. A practical person would stick with very serviceable carbine and a properly mundane but functional sidearm. This is for someone who wants to put pistol parts on carbines and back again with the option to build it out and configure at will. Someone who wants to shoot a handgun with many of the popular after add-ons already ordered and added out of the gate plus the ability to click it into a MK18 clone-ish and go. Same trigger press on both, with the added bonus that all the carbine components can be the robust mil-spec or above type models.

So now (soon) you can put an AR upper on this ONE Glock style pistol too, because mad science shenaniganry like this should absolutely be encouraged.

One last note for those wondering. The Modulus, the previous iteration of this concept, was an alloy frame. Shooters, like I, like an alloy frame sometimes. They’re just pleasant to shoot. So will this come in that legacy material at some point? Yes, that is the plan barring unforeseen complications.

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Keith is the Editor-in-Chief of GAT Marketing Agency, Inc. A USMC Infantry Veteran and Small Arms and Artillery Technician, Keith covers the evolving training and technology from across the shooting industry. A Certified Instructor since 2009, he has taught concealed weapons courses in the West Michigan area in the years since and continues to pursue training and teaching opportunities as they arise.