I like Ferraris. Owned a couple. In fact, I might just buy a F355B after I move to Austin. If I do, I know for damn sure the thing will break. Repeatedly. But that’s OK because A) I won’t use it as my daily driver and B) aside from some extremely ill-advised designs, a Ferrari looks hotter than Amber Leigh in chain mail. And that, ladies and gentleman, is saying something. If we were to extrapolate that to the gun world, a gun that lacks Glock-like reliability better look smokin’ hot. What I’m trying to say: comparing the ARX100 to a Ferrari F360 or a HUMMER or an unholy combination of the two doesn’t mean what the Beretta Community wants it to mean. And a HUMMER keeping up with an F360? That’s just silly. Some might say a “presto chango” caliber switching semi-automatic rifle for civilian use is equally guffaw-inducing but I couldn’t possibly comment.