In my absolute honest opinion, this is near the top of the list of the most innovative and ingenious ideas to hit the firearms industry since I have been involved. The below video is good and explaining how the sighting system works, but does not do justice to having it in your hand and seeing the sights for the first time.
I cannot wait to get a platform in my hand with this sighting system installed. TOTAL.GAME.CHANGER!
The following is a Press Release from Elite Tactical Systems Group:
For Immediate Release
May 26, 2017: The ETS Group is proud to announce the release of their new line of 42 and 43 Glock® clear polymer magazine models. All ETS Glock® 42 and 43 magazine models are single stack and each standard model holds 7 rounds, as opposed to the 6 rounds standard Glock® factory magazines hold. Also available are ETS’s 9 and 12 round versions, an industry first! ETS’s GLK-42-9 and GLK-43-9 models are only .75 inches longer than the standard 7-round magazine and allow for a better grip and control of the handgun. ETS’s clear polymer magazines feature extreme impact resistance so they won’t crack when dropped. The durable construction ensures the feed lips won’t spread when fully loaded and stored.
.380 caliber – Fits Glock® 42 Model
- GLK-42 7 round (flush fit) 3.5″ long $16.99
- GLK-42-9 9 round – 4.25″ long $21.99
- GLK-42-12 12 round – 5.5″ long $21.99
9mm – Fits Glock® 43 Model
- GLK-43 7 round (flush fit) 3.5″ long $16.99
- GLK-43-9 9 round – 4.25″ long $21.99
- GLK-43-12 12 round – 5.5″ long $21.99
ETS’s full line of 42 and 43 models are available now at www.etsgroup.us.
About ETS Group
Established in 2014, Elite Tactical Systems Group’s (ETS) goal is to provide customers with innovative products by utilizing cutting-edge design, materials, and manufacturing processes to create the best, most rugged, clear polymer magazines. We are proud to offer durable, top-quality, American-made products built to withstand the rigors of combat and heavy-duty use.
TYRANT DESIGNS CNC | MiniVert Grip colors Launch | Press Release
Tyrant Designs CNC, coming off an impressive product launch that sold out everywhere within 72 hours, Tyrant has now released the MiniVert in Red, Grey and Blue. The early reviews have come back very positive, with the guys at Tyrant already shifting their focus onto their upcoming Hand Stop.
“We are extremely happy with the launch of the MiniVert. For us it is an indicator that our design efforts and R&D are on the right path. We will continue in this direction and will be adding new products to the HALO Series very soon! ”
The following is a Press Release from Tyrant Designs CNC:
Tyrant Designs CNC, an industry leader in high-end aftermarket AR grips has just announced their release of the new HALO Series MiniVert, a vertical forward grip. With dimensions slightly smaller than the average AR-15 vert grip, the MiniVert sports an aggressive looking knurl and well thought out ergonomics. Coupled with the ability to fit directly to MLOK and Keymod rail systems this little grip packs a big punch. With an overall length just shy of 3 inches, Tyrant instead utilized an elongated lip at the bottom allowing the operator the option of either tucking their pinky behind or resting the finger the traditional way.
“With all of the positive feedback we have received from reviewers, dealers and social media, we are extremely excited to announce the official release of our HALO Series MiniVert! This concept took months of designing and field testing to make it as comfortable as possible while maintaining our well known aggressive styling. It truly is a vertical grip that can be used in all situations on various platforms to heighten the performance of the operator. We are pleased with how it came out and look forward to seeing it on AR’s everywhere. ”
SHOP INTRO PRICING ON HALO SERIES MINIVERT NOW AT WWW.TYRANTCNC.COM
Tyrant Designs CNC is an AR accessories manufacturer based just outside of Chicago. They have had several successful designs for AR pistol grips and are now working on a unique styled hand stop.
Every once and awhile I will come across a product that stops me in my tracks and has me put it in reverse. Yesterday at the SHOT Industry Day at the Range, the Mag Pump did just that. Though I had just casually passed by their booth which was tucked away in the corner in “tent village”, it was not until I had actually seen it being used to load magazines at the Aero Precision live fire lane that it had caught my attention.
The Mag Pump is a hopper-fed, loose ammo loader for .223 Rem, 5.56 NATO and .300 BLK and is compatible with all MIL-SPEC AR-15 Magazines and is available in both polymer or machined aluminum.
So, down to the nuts and bolts. The Mag Pump is capable of being table mounted via two pre-drilled holes on the base which will provide it greater stability, though it is not required. Basic operation consists of the user placing a MIL-SPEC AR15 magazine, tip down, into the front of the Mag Pump and dumping a handful of ammo in the hopper. Though all of the rounds will need to be oriented horizontally in the hopper, it does not matter which direction the bullet tip or primer is facing. Once the user has loaded up to 90 rounds into the hopper, all that is required is a pumping motion on the side lever, which a child could do with ease. Another nice feature, no counting. Once the magazine has reached its capacity, the Mag Pump recognizes through a sensor that the tension on the spring has reached the capacity and it will no longer allow rounds to be inserted.
The Mag Pump MSRP’s for $199 for the polymer version (MP-AR15) and $399 for the machined aluminum (MP-AR15 ELITE). If you are an occasional shooter that is only loading a magazine or two once in a while, this product may not be for you. If you are a higher volume shooter, or someone who teaches or attends classes where down time between shooting for loading magazines can be a hinderance, this is definitely something you need to take a closer look at.
There are also versions coming soon for the AK47 as well as Glock 9mm magazines.
Mag Pump does not have their own booth at the SHOT Show, however, they will have some on display in booth 6112 this week. I will attempt to get a video of it in action.
For more information, please visit magpump.com or email them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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10-8 Performance Glock Magazine Base Pad in FDE
For more information, visit the 10-8 Performance Webpage.
Blue Force Gear introduced several new products at SHOT this year that will help revolutionize your kit.
The well known Vickers Sling is now available in both Arid and Tropic Multicam patterns.
The UBER Loop (aka “U-Loop”) was designed to replace the noisy metal “HK-style” sling mount. The UBER will not damage the finish of your weapon system and is much quieter. The mount can be quickly attached and detached from the weapon system.
The DAPPER Organization System provides a Velcro Mounting System of various pouches that can be attached inside of the new Jedburgh pack. Some of these pouches would also work well with the new Unity Tactical CLUTCH Belt.
Blue Force Gear also announced the new Horizontal Triple M3 Magazine Pouch.
For more information, please visit: http://blueforcegear.com/