Belatedly posted, thanks to the intrusion of meatspace demands.
Ah, the Dardick. Quite possibly the most aesthetically challenged handgun ever made. All the ergonomic advantages of a Borchardt, but with the appearance of a 1950s Japanese raygun, it's well known in the serious gun owner community for its appearance in American Rifleman every few years. Lesser known is the accessory package that converts it into a rifle. Homely as it is, I would think that having the pistol and rifle accessory package would leave the owner with a tidy sum of cash if they wished to sell.