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Tax Day Sale at Proven Arms & Outfitters

Tax Day Sale at Proven Arms & Outfitters. April 15th is Tax Day, so we’re having a SALE! 

Save when you purchase a gift card.  Purchase a $100 Gift Card, Get $10 Free!  Purchase a $200 Gift Card, Get $25 Free!

Save up to 20% Off or more on all AERO Precision April 13th through April 16th.

Save up to 20% Off SB Tactical April 12th through April 22nd

You won’t believe our prices on Sig Sauer Optics & Airguns!  For example SIG ROMEO5 for $133.99 or SIG MCX Air Rifle for $140.95

Magpul PMAG D-50s In-Stock Now, while supplies last!

Sneak Peek: Ballistic Advantage 9mm AR Lowers in Collaboration with Angstadt Arms

Ballistic Advantage is working on a new 9mm lower receiver in collaboration with Angstadt Arms. The lower is clearly still in prototype phase but we already have many of the most important details.

Here are some of the key details:

  • The lowers accept Glock magazines.
  • BA will also be offering complete 9mm uppers to go with the lower.
  • A 5.4oz 9mm buffer kit that includes the correct spring and spacer will be available.
  • The lower will have last round hold open functionality.

Stay tuned for new details.

BallsticAdvantage.com

AngstadtArms.com

Swampfox Optics

It looks like there is a new affordable optic company in town but this one is a little different than most. The market is full of affordable optics that are produced on an OEM basis in Asia to US based resellers’ specs. Swampfox Optics is different in that they are owned by an American that founded an OEM optics factory in China. Marketing director Mike Branson states that, “Swampfox is a separate business [from the optics factory], but has the advantages of a vertical operation, from design & manufacturing through to sales & distribution here in the US.”

The factory direct model is not the only difference. Typically, these OEM factories develop a new optic and shop it around with various resellers. If one passes or needs too many changes, they offer it to the next reseller. The factories themselves are the ones driving the engineering and design. Swampfox, however, has direct control over all of the processes and has a USA based design team that is committed to developing optics for the US market.

Their initial offerings include the Kingslayer and Liberator, an MRDS and red dot sight respectively, along with the Tomahawk series of low power variable magnification optics. The Tomahawk series includes a 1-4x, 1-6x, and 1-8x with Swampfox Optic’s seemingly well designed Guerilla series of reticles and illumination that is supposedly brighter than others in this market space.

There is also a line of precision optics planned for future release. That line will include first focal plane reticle options.

I know nothing of this company beyond what I have read online and have not been in contact with them. I do however find the honesty and transparency of their marketing manager refreshing to include being very candid about how their optics compare to others (and it isn’t always favorable) and their limitations. You can read some of what I am referring to here: Swampfox Optics thread on AR15.com

SwampfoxOptics.com

Tyrant Designs CNC Glock 43 & 43x Compensator

Following the success and prestige of its bigger brother, the G43/43x T-Comp is now available! Utilizing the same two piece design, the G43 T-comp installs in seconds with no set screws or loctite. Adding only .850” of an inch in length, the compensator allows for continued concealed carry. Tipping  the scales at almost 10% lighter than its competition the T-Comp houses two individual ports which dramatically reduce muzzle rise & recoil. Lastly, the  Glock 43 compensator is available in three different color options; Black|Black, Black|Gold, Black|Nickel.

Tyrant Designs G43 T-Comp

With the amazing success of our Gen3-Gen5 Compensator, we are very pleased to expand our comp lineup with the new G43 T-Comp! Using the same two-piece design the G43 T-Comp outperforms all other competition. We can not wait to get it in customers hands so that they can share the same enthusiasm!

TangoDown® Magazine Floorplate Removal Tool for GLOCK® TangoDown® Part Number: GFRT-01

TangoDown® Inc. introduces the Magazine Floorplate Removal Tool for GLOCK® (GFRT-01).  Disassembling GLOCK® magazines isn’t always the most enjoyable task and the GFRT-01 was developed to make the process easier.  Despite the reliability of GLOCK® magazines, they still require maintenance to maintain their longevity. 

The GFRT-01 removes floorplates on GEN1 through GEN5 GLOCK® factory magazines.  The tool allows for proper leverage to remove the floorplate without damage.

To learn more about the TangoDown® GFRT-01, visit: TangoDown.com

**Does NOT work with G42/G43 OE finger rest floorplates.

Color Availability:  Black

MSRP:  $9.95Customer Questions:sales@tangodown.com

Grapple Gun Belt from Hawkrigger

Hawkrigger has been offering the Grapple Gun belt for more than a year but, unless you were watching closely, you may not have noticed the near constant improvements it has received. The Grapple’s distinctive buckle is actually in its fourth iteration. It recently received new tweaks to improve how it grips the webbing, how comfortably it wears, and some updated looks.

The webbing has also been upgraded. The original 1.5″ Grapple, the 38 Grapple, is now constructed using a double layer of US made scuba webbing. Hawkrigger has also introduced the new 45 Grapple, a 1.75″ version. It is constructed with a double layer of US made Type 13 webbing.

On top of all that, Hawkrigger also offers limited edition versions of the Grapple belts with black PVD coated hardware. These are typically offered in small runs when the hardware is available.

Check out Hawkrigger.com for more details.

B.E. Meyers & Co. Exhibiting At 2019 National Guard Association Of Washington Industry Day

March 19, 2019 (Redmond, WA) – B.E. Meyers & Co., Inc. will be exhibiting at the NGAW (National Guard Association of Washington) Industry Day on March 21, 2019. This event will be held at Camp Murray in Tacoma, WA from 0900-1400 in building 80, where members of the B.E. Meyers & Co. team will be answering questions, and showcasing the company’s innovative defense solutions for the modern warfighter. Stop by their table to see the MAWL®-DA high-power NIR, and visible green aiming and illumination laser for individual carbines. The MAWL®-DA is currently in use with conventional and SOF units worldwide.

Other products on display include the IZLID® series of NIR and SWIR lasers for marking, pointing, targeting and illumination; the GLARE® RECOIL (LA-22/U) which was selected by the Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM) as the sole source winner for the U.S. Marine Corps’ Ocular Interruption Systems (OIS) program; the BOARS®-M2 low-profile optics and accessories rail for the M2 platform; and the M2A1F threaded, compact flash hider designed for complete compatibility with the General Dynamics M2A1 heavy machine gun platform.  

To schedule a meeting with B.E. Meyers & Co. at the NGAW Industry Day, please contact info@bemeyers.com. For more information about B.E. Meyers & Co. products, please visit www.bemeyers.com.

Unity Tactical FAST Paper Model – Try Before You Buy

Maybe you have heard of Unity Tactical’s FAST Mounts but you aren’t sure that their increased height over bore will work for you. In a move that should serve as an example to others in the industry, Unity Tactical has made a paper model available to perspective buyers so that they can get a first hand look at how the FAST mounts will feel on their personal rifles… or maybe you just enjoy the art and crafts.

The model is available as a download from the FAST Micro Mount product page. You will need to do a little cutting, taping, and folding to finish it.

Check out the FAST Micro Mount product page for details and click the downloads tab to access the model.

Review: CAA MCK

I had really high hopes for the CAA MCK. CAA brought production to the USA. They lowered the price versus previous versions of the Roni while also adding meaningful features. The concept is interesting and still has potential… but does the MCK live up to its potential? Let’s find out.

What’s an MCK?

The MCK is the latest interation of CAA’s Roni concept. The MCK is not a firearm, it is an accessory for your handgun. It is basically a chassis in which you place a handgun to allow for use with a brace or shoulder stock (NFA) along with the ability to mount lights, optics, and other accessories. The process of locking your handgun into the MCK takes only moments.

The combination of a mounted optic and the additional stabilization opens up some interesting capabilities for your EDC handgun. It stretches the distance at which you can comfortably get hits with a handgun. It stabilizes the handgun to the point that follow up shots are much faster. On top of all that, it isn’t a firearm so you can leave it in your vehicle or backpack with less worry that it will be stolen.

Unfortunately, I won’t be taking that deep of a dive into the rest of the MCK features because I am not shooting mine until I can get some issues addressed.

Observations from Use

I purchased my MCK right at the end of 2018 to take advantage of CAA’s introductory pricing. I suppose that makes me an early adopter which is always a little risky.

My problems with the MCK started on the very first day, before I was even able to shoot it. The button that locks the stock in the closed (unfolded) position popped out of the stock after just locking and unlocking it a few times. It started out intermittent but became gradually worse to the point that it will not stay in at all by the next day.

I contacted CAA with this issue the next day and was told on the phone that “it’s a brand new product” which I am not sure makes it okay but I understand. I was also told that I should remove one of the coil springs behind the button and try bending the locking tabs on the button outward to improve the engagement between it and the stock. This didn’t work because the button is made from injection molded plastic which will not hold a bend.

I contacted CAA again to let them know that removing the spring and attempting to bend the plastic tab didn’t work. I was told that I would be sent a new button.

The fit between the brace body and the button is very poor on my example. I am not sure if that is because the button is undersized or if the channel that it rides in is oversized. Either way, I hoped a new button would fix my issues… but the new button never arrived.

I waited for than a month (January 8th to February 18th) before contacting CAA again. The person I have been communicating with stated that they would contact customer service and get back to me. It has been nearly a month and I don’t have a response or a button. I am not even sure if the button will fix the issue.

Now, I am starting to find that the Gen 3 Glock 19 that I was using with my MCK can become at least partially unlocked from the MCK while shooting. The G19 can’t move much because it is locked into the chassis from behind as well. However, the light rail is unlocking from the MCK’s internal spring loaded bar. I don’t really want to continue shooting it until that is sorted out but I have no confidence that it ever will be based on the last few months.

Wrap Up

At this point, I don’t really have any resolution and I may have a $200+ paperweight. I would like to see this work because I think the concept is really interesting and from the little shooting I was able to do with it, the performance is there. Hopefully, CAA can make this right.

UPDATE: I was contacted almost immediately after posting this review by LTC (Ret) Mike Hartman, CEO of CAA in the US. He was a pleasure to talk to, answered my questions, and is taking steps to make this right.

There have been some product improvements that address the brace button issue and he assures me that this was only an issue on the initial pre-order batch. The fact that I never received the improved replacement button was a mistake for which he took ownership. He also assured me that the unlocking spring bar is not an issue because it is the rear locking gate that keeps the Glock in place which I absolutely believe and that the spring bar is unnecessary to the integrity of the lockup.

You can read more about the CAA MCK at CAAGearUp.com.

New Mossberg 590 Shockwaves at Proven Arms & Outfitters

ABERDEEN, N.C. – (March 2019) New Mossberg 590® Shockwave pump action shotguns are in stock now at Proven Arms & Outfitters (PAO) at an incredible price of $436.16 – $463.42!  Shipments arrived last week and will move quickly!  Quantities are limited, and once sold out items will be available for pre-order, which means you can order today and lock it in at these competitive prices.

The following new Mossberg Shockwave shotguns are in-stock now:

  • Mossberg 590 Shockwave SPX for the price of $436.16
  • Mossberg 590 Shockwave Shock ‘n’ Saw of $436.16
  • Mossberg 590 Shockwave Laser Saddle $463.42

The Mossberg 590 Shockwave SPX has a receiver mounted side saddle with shellholder units/removable top rail, and barrel heat shield. It comes with five polymer shellholders included, that mount to either side. A removable top rail provides sight or accessory options for all your home defense or sporting needs.  PAO works continually to provide their customers with the best possible pricing; they offer the Shockwave SPX at the incredible price of $436.16, that is over a hundred dollars off of MSRP of $560.00

The Mossberg 590 Shockwave Shock ‘N’ Saw has a new aluminum railed forend and signature Chainsaw top grip!  The chainsaw grip is designed to help the shooter manage recoil.  A strap is built into the top of the grip to provide a more secure grip.  PAO is proud to offer the Shock ‘n’ Saw at the incredible price of $436.16, that is over a hundred dollars off of MSRP of $560.00!

The Mossberg 590 Shockwave Laser Saddle has a laser sighting system designed specifically for the 590 Shockwave.  Mossberg partnered with Crimson Trace to develop this innovative new sighting system, which features a powerful 5mW red laser.  The LS-250 Laser saddle is also user-adjustable for windage and elevation.  PAO is excited to offer the Shockwave Laser Saddle for  $463.42, that is over a hundred dollars off of MSRP of $595.00!

The Mossberg 590 Shockwave Nightstick is coming soon to a Proven Arms and Outfitters near you! 

With an overall length of 26.37 inches, the BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives) has classified the compact 590 Shockwave platform as a “Non-NFA Firearm,” requiring no tax stamp for transfers. It has been classified and is considered a “firearm” under the Gun Control Act of 1968 (“GCA”), but it is not a long gun under GCA, and therefore Federal Law requires the purchaser of a 590 Shockwave to be 21 years of age.

If you’d like to view Proven Arms & Outfitters entire assortment of Mossberg Shockwave Pump Action Shotguns, please click here.

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