This week Blackhawk and Staccato unveiled their collaboration on a lineup of T-Series Duty Holsters designed specifically for the Staccato 2011. Both companies joined forces to develop, design, and test the new T-series holsters. The T-Series Duty holster for the Staccato lineup will be retention level 2 and level 3.
Last month, Brownells continued to expand their lineup of Glock pistol parts. Brownells most recent addition is the inclusion of Glock 48 slides. These G48 slides are available in standard and windowed configurations. The windowed configuration will have a cutout on the top of the slide behind the front sight.
Last week, Wilson Combat announced the release of their Bulletproof Adjustable Gas Block for AR-15 and AR-10 rifles.
Recently, Surefire official announced the launch of their new muzzle device designed for Browning M2 .50 Cal machine gun. Surefire offers two versions of their new .50 Cal muzzle device. One muzzle device was designed for the military use, while the other was designed for the commercial market.
Last week, Strike Industries releases their brand new Miller Comp. The new Miller Comp is built on the same design architecture of SI’s J Comp. So, you ask what is the difference? The difference is that the Miller Comp is slimmer than the J Comp.
Last Friday, CMC announced the introduction of barrels designed for the AR-15 platform. The new CMC barrels are currently available in 7.5”, 10.5”, and 16.25” in .223 Wylde. With a .223 Wylde barrel you can shoot civilian .223 Rem. or 5.56 NATO ammunition.
Recently, Next Level Training (NLT) announced the addition of the SIG P320 SIRT Training Pistol to its lineup. For those how are uninitiated Next Level Training makes training pistols with a resetting trigger for use in dry fire training. The SIRT pistols also have a laser within the trainer to see shot placement upon a target.
Last week, Strike Industries releases their next product in the season of Strike—the Strike Industries Mag Release for CZ Scorpion. Strike designed the new magazine released to be operated by one hand.
During Shot Show 2020, Strike Industries unveiled a lot products in the pipeline for release this year. It seems as the season of Strike has officially begun. Today, Strike Industries released their Quick Detach Sling Loop (QDSL) to the market.
At, Shot Show Nighthawk Custom announced the launch of its first of a kind Drop-In Trigger system for the 1911. The new Drop-In Trigger system or DTS by Nighthawk provides shooters a high quality, trigger job for the iconic 1911 pistol.
Wilson’s armorers attention to detail, craftsmanship, and precision pushed the 1911 and Beretta M9 to their respective performance limits. Now, Wilson is taking those same cornerstones of craftsmanship and applying it to the Sig Sauer P320 platform. Recently, Wilson announced the Wilson Combat Sig Sauer P320 Grip Module.
Rise Armament is know within the industry for making well built and reliable AR drop-in triggers. Recently, Rise announced the release of their newest trigger—the Rise Armament Blitz. The Blitz features a engineering redesign resulting in greater reliability.
Last year at Triggrcon 2019 Strike Industries teased new products they had in the pipeline that was coming to market within the next year or so. One of those products show was for an adjustable scope mount. Strike has finished that new scope mount and delivered it to consumers before Shot Show 2020. Now, introducing the Strike Industries Adjustable Scope Mount also known as the ASM.
Overwatch Precision is well-known within the industry for making aftermarket Glock parts. Overwatch is mainly known for their aftermarket TAC Triggers for Glock pistols. Now, Overwatch is expanding its TAC Trigger Kits to additional pistols.
Recover Tactical had recently announced their new stabilizing kit/brace just a couple weeks ahead of Shot Show 2020. Pistol braces have had a solid following within the firearms community. Now, Recover Tactical has entered the pistol brace game with their 20/20 stabilizing brace.
Early this week Hipefire announced the release of a new line of drop-in triggers. The new family of triggers is called Phantom and are planned to be available in spring of this year.