SLR Rifleworks is introducing a line of Glock accessories. The line will include low profile magazine wells, magazine baseplates, extensions, and more. The magazine wells for Glock Generation 3 and Generation 4 handguns are already available on their website.
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The new SLR Rifleworks AK Billet Stock is machined from 6061 aluminum billet and weighs 9.5 ounces. It attaches via the bolt hole pattern commonly found on folding stock adapters like those from ACE and StormWerkz. The stock has been broken of any sharp edges for comfort, is compact in length (7.5″), and features two QD sling swivel sockets.
The SLR Rifleworks TA33 mount is now available. This mount is unique in the small world of TA33 mounts in that it is lightweight (.7 oz), not QD, and places the optic are the correct height for the TA33’s internal BDC and your cheekweld.
The TA33 optic housing has gone though a slight change in the dimensions of the base recently. The currently available version of this mount is designed to fit the older 1.5″ bases perfectly. SLR Rifleworks will be releasing a slightly longer version of the mount for newer TA33s with longer bases (1.69″). The 1.5″ mount (currently available) will work with all TA33s but it will be very slightly shorter than the base of the new TA33s.
See the previous post regarding this mount for more information.
The new TA33 Mount from SLR Rifleworks will be available for purchase next week. This is very good news for fans of the TA33 like myself (and all the Cola Warriors/CWAR users out there).
If you have read JTT for long, you know I am a fan of the TA33 ACOG. It is one of the lightest and most durable magnified optics available for the AR-15. It’s massive eye box and forgiving eye relief make it almost RDS-like in terms of speed. It’s magnification and well-designed reticles let you reach out to 300-400 yards without drama. Yet, in spite of how great of an optic it is, it is not well supported in terms of mounts.
There are plenty of mounts out there that can bolt to the TA33 but only the Trijicon TA60 mount and the tall version of the Bobro Compact ACOG mount place it at the correct height for the BDC calibration to work and provide a correct cheekweld. Most of the available mounts are too low. While functional and of good quality, the Trijicon TA60 is far heavier and bulkier than any non-QD mount needs to be, especially in relation to the light and trim TA33. The Bobro mount is excellent and is easily the best QD option for the TA33 but, I don’t always need a QD mount which is where the new SLR Rifleworks TA33 Mount comes in.
The SLR Rifleworks TA33 mount has a simple and extremely compact design. This 7075 aluminum mount has two cross bolts to provide clamping pressure so it should be more than strong enough. The compact design and skeletonization should make for an extremely lightweight mount (probably around .5 ounce). Best of all, it places the TA33 at the correct height.
SLR Rifles works has already rolled out a full line of AK hand guards and soon they will introduce their own matching railed AK Gas Tube to compliment the hand guards. The AK Gas Tube is in production for standard AK length, M92 length, Draco length, and Arsenal 7K length gas tubes. They will be available in about a week from the time of this posting.
If you are like me, you always have a gun project or two in various stages of completion while you wait for a deal on the last few necessary parts. Well, check out the Bargain Bin at SLR Rifleworks. The parts listed there may be blems or just sale items. They add new items weekly so there is a constantly rotating group of rails, gas blocks, muzzle devices and more at reduced prices.
SLR Rifleworks released a teaser image that shows their upcoming AK hand guards. The aluminum hand guards will be available in both standard and extended length models. Both of hand guards show plenty of the signature SLR Rifleworks style with obvious design cues coming from their line of AR-15 rails.
Andro Corp Industries (ACI) is known for offering good quality, complete AR-15 upper receiver groups at a very budget friendly price. Many of their upper regularly cost less than $400. Don’t let the prices fool you into think these aren’t quality uppers. They use barrels from Ballistic Advantage and come with various hand guard options in that price range including free float rails.
In addition to their more budget friendly line, ACI has been introducing uppers that have more premium features but are still reasonably priced. Many of these more premium uppers include rails from SLR Rifleworks who is now providing OEM support for ACI. That means you will see more SLR Rifleworks hand guards with ACI branding on uppers going forward.
The availability of reasonably priced uppers with Ballistic Advantage barrels and SLR Rifleworks hand guards is a win for AR-15 shooters. Check out the full line of uppers in various calibers at Andro Corp Industries.
I have said it before and I will say it again. This is really a golden age for AK shooters. There are more options than ever when it comes to making that reliable old warhorse m0re efficient. Muzzle brakes, in particular, have received a lot of development lately.
SLR Riflesworks is now offering their SR47 Series Muzzle Brake for the AK. This is a very compact brake with a single port design. It has just a 1.2″ overall length which is nice if you are trying to keep length to a minimum. This brake is symmetrical and it has two indexing points spaced 180 degrees apart which increases the chances of a snug fit. The SR47 Series Muzzle Brake is optimized for the 7.62×39 but should also work for you 5.45 shooters as well. It has a 14x1L thread pattern.