Aridus Industries has opened pre-ordering for their ASA-1301 Stock Adapter. This adapter that allows Magpul SGA Stocks for the Remington 870 to be mounted on the Beretta 1301 has been in the works for some time. It is machined from 6061 aluminum with a hard anodized finished and designed to blend the contours of the SGA stock to the 1301 receiver.
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Aridus Industries doesn’t have many sales. If you have ever wanted to try their QD-C shell carrier but have been waiting for a great price, now is the time.
Aridus Industries has opened pre-ordering for their upcoming CROM – Co-witness Ready Optic Mount. This mount is designed to mount an Aimpoint Micro on Remington shotguns or the popular Beretta 1301 Tactical. There are certainly other Aimpoint mounts available for shotguns but the CROM has a unique feature that sets it apart. The mount has a windage adjustable ghost ring sight built in that can be co-witnessed with the red dot sight.
Check out the CROM at Aridus Industries.
The Beretta 1301 might be the best defensive shotgun on the market right now but the only aftermarket company that seems to know that is Aridus Industries. There is currently very little in the way of aftermarket support for the 1301 especially as it pertains to buttstocks but there might just be a fix for that soon.
The image above gives us a sneak peek of what might be Aridus Industries’ next new product. It’s a an adapter that allows 1301 owners to mount Remington 870 stocks like the excellent Magpul SGA stock on their 1301. It may work for any 870 stock, but as you can see, it blends the contours of the Magpul stock to the receiver perfectly and adds very little to the length of pull.
Stay tuned for pricing and availability information.
If you want a shotgun for defensive use, you would be hard pressed to beat the Beretta 1301. If you want an optic to use on that shotgun, you would be hard pressed to beat an Aimpoint Micro. It looks like Aridus Industries has a plan to let you do just that.
They gave us a sneak peek at a prototype optic mount for the Beretta 1301. It allows the user to mount an Aimpoint Micro and uses what appears to be an XS Sight Systems rear ghost ring assembly to co-witness with the Aimpoint. The prototype is machined from 6061 aluminum and obviously left in the raw. Aridus Industries states that the design still need some tweaking and there will likely be changes before it is offered for sale.
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Aridus Industries is still in the process of crowdfunding the production of their Q-DC, a quick detach shell carrier for shotguns. None of the major crowdfunding sites would accept their project because it is a gun part so they are pre-selling product at a discount on their own in order to reach their goals. They also just released a new product for pre-sale that might just make reaching their goal easier.
The Universal Q-DC is base plate unit designed to be used on a wide variety of shotguns. It uses some really tenacious double sided tape to stick to the side of your shotgun. As long as you prep the surface well, you will likely break parts of your shotgun or the Q-DC before it comes off. The Universal Q-DC has relief cuts in areas where pins would commonly be located on the receiver to allow the pins to be removed for cleaning.
This universal version of the Q-DC has already been tested on popular shotguns like the excellent Beretta 1301 and Mossberg 930. Aridus Industries has made a downloadable template available via their website so you can check for fit on your shotgun.
These are being offered at a steep discount during this pre-order. Check them out at Aridus Industries.
Aridus Industries is attempting to crowdfund the launch of their Q-DC. You can brush up on the details of the Q-DC by checking out our previous post.
They aren’t going through a typical crowdfunding site since most of the high profile sites wouldn’t accept a firearm part. Aridus Industries has launched their own website and is running their own campaign instead. All you need to do to be part of helping make this project a reality is pre-order a carrier or some swag from the site. These funds will go toward creating the molds for the Q-DC’s polymer shell carrier.
The pre-order items are being offered at a significant discount versus their eventual retail pricing. You’ll get a deal, be the first on the block to have your Q-DC, and help launch a very slick product.
The Q-DC from Aridus Industries is one of those products that you need to have on your radar. It is one of the most exciting shotgun accessories that I have seen in a while.
The Q-DC is somewhat like a hybrid between a shell carrier and a magazine. It consists of 2 main parts – a mounting plate and a quick detach shell carrier. The mounting plate is affixed to your shotgun’s receiver and the QD shell carriers lock into the mounting plate. The shell carriers can be easily released from the mounting plate via a large locking tab that is located on the rear of the plate. The result is a shell carrier that allows the user to quickly and easily swap in new shell carriers much like they would when changing a magazine in a magazine fed firearm.
The shell carriers are made from polymer with an aluminum back plate. Each cell in the carrier has its own leaf spring for positive retention. The use of a spring for retention allows the shell cells to be large enough to easily insert a new shell and to accept shells in either brass up or brass down orientation. Even without quick change functionality, this is a well thought out shell carrier.
The design of the carriers allows them to fit many soft AR-15 magazines pouches. This allows your shotgun to work with the gear that you already have and opens up all kinds of interesting possibilities for new ways to feed your shotgun. Even a typical belt rig that would typically be used for an AR-15 could be used to support the shotgun.
The Q-DC is not available yet. It takes a lot of capital to get a product like this off the ground, especially when it comes to molds for the polymer parts. Aridus Industries has announced that they will be launching a crowd funding effort to make the Q-DC a reality. Consider this an introduction so that you are primed when the crowd fund campaign comes online.