Well, I tried but I couldn't stay out of it.
I am the creator of the Airsoft Specific Carbine.
There are iron sights on top of the carry handle. They are hidden from the side-view because they are covered much like how the rear sight is on an M16.
The carry handle is tall so that you can sight-in with a full face mask on. Also, the carry handle can be used to mount FAMAS RIS and scope accessories.
The mag release is, for the last time, NOT a M-series bolt-release. It is a piece of folded metal that works in a way similar to the bolt release.
The gun is made specifically for airsoft, and so charging handles, bolt carriers, ejection ports and large outer barrels that are non-functioning are not incorporated into the gun. It is strictly a sporting gun.
The fact that it looks somewhat like a future rifle is just as it came about.
The carry handle is removable so that somebody who is wearing goggles or just shooting casually can really get close to the gun.
It will be made from the ground up using Systema, G&P, Guarder, and Madbull parts.
There will be a basic carbine, an extended carbine with mock silencer, a marksmen edition, a support weapon, and MAYBE a CQB, if the carbine is not short enough.
The first model will be designated Airsoft Specific Carbine Experimental model 1 (ASC-X1)
As far as I know, it is the first gun designed specifically for the sport and not to emulate a real firearm. (professionally, at least)