As soon as the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit the stores, Magpul aficionados were begging for an update to the Field and Bump cases. Today, Magpul announced the Field Case for the iPhone 6 plus is available for order. Ship date is listed as November 25. This should leave plenty of time if you are trying to get then in stockings for Christmas. Continue reading Magpul Field Case for iPhone 6
Chantilly, VA, October 20, 2014 – Aimpoint announced the release of a new lower-cost, carbine oriented optic. Coming in at a MSRP of $393, the Aimpoint Carbine Optic (ACO) is designed specifically for the AR15 and M4 rifle. The ACO comes out of the box equipped with a mount that will provide “absolute co-witness” with most AR15 iron sights. The ACO is completely waterproof and offers one year of battery life for the 2 MOA red dot from a single 1/3N battery. Branded Flip-cap covers, ARD and spare battery holders will be available to setup the ACO for your specific needs. Continue reading Aimpoint Announces the New Aimpoint Carbine Optic (ACO)
This week Safariland announced the expansion of their new “7TS™” Holster series. The new holster now has options for Glock and Sig models equipped with the latest Surefire and Streamlight weapon lights.
This announcement is very exciting for us. We have held off from looking at the new 7TS™ due to the lack of a weapon light option. When I first began using weapon lights on handguns I found it incredibly cumbersome to attach and remove the weapon light under pressure and in the heat of the moment. Anyone relying on a handgun as a primary weapon should have a light attached to it, and train to use it.
I have used the Safariland 6004 in a SWAT capacity and the SLS/ALS models in a uniform capacity for years. I currently use a Safariland competition holster for Steel Challenge. I love the quality and durability of their products. Although the 7TS™ is a very modern looking holster, I am looking forward to finding classic Safariland reliability. Continue reading Safariland Adds 7TS Holster Fits for Glock and Sig Sauer Firearms
In anticipation of their first series of CB Suppressors shipping, Thunder Beast Arms Corp. (TBAC) has announced a trade-in program for owners of new/unused BA series brakes.
The new CB brakes are advertised to be smaller, more attractive and 40% more efficient.
TBAC has also created a “CB-to-BA” Adapter for owners of BA series suppressors who wish to use the new CB brakes with their current suppressor. If you are hoping for a new CB series flash suppressor, sit tight. TBAC is working on it.
For more information on the trade-in program or to purchase adapters, check out the Thunder Beast Arms Corporation webpage.