Henry Holsters Glock 43 AIWB Holster

Henry Holsters has their Glock 43 holsters tuned in and ready to carry. They have one of the first AIWB options available for Glock’s new single-stack 9mm.

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These holsters are molded to CNC machined molds that are made in house. They are molded from Boltaron 4332 plastic and have a wedge molded into the back that help keep the butt end of the gun tucked in toward the wearer’s body. They also have user adjustable ride height via a strut and all stainless steel hardware.

Check out Henry Holsters.

ALG Defense EMR V3 M-LOK

The ALG Defense EMR V3 M-LOK is now available to purchase. This M-LOK compatible version of the EMR features a full length, integral top rail unlike the V0 which has no integral top rail and the V2 which has a short integral top rail at the muzzle end.

The EMR series of rails are not just nice rails “for they money.” They would be nice rails if they cost 50% more. These are easily one of the best values out there, especially if you are looking to keep weight to a minimum.

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Elzetta on Candela

Elzetta released the latest video in their excellent flashlight education series…

Browse the weapon light related posts on any firearm related forum and you are sure to see someone claiming that tactical lights with a certain lumen rating are too bright for indoor use. It may be useful to generalize like this with lumens as a guide but it is not correct. Lumens are a measure of total output and they really don’t tell the whole story when it comes to what is too bright. The way those lumens are shaped plays a larger role than total output in determining what is “too bright”.

Fortunately, Dave at Elzetta has taken the time to break down a unit of measure called candela which is a measure of brightness typically applied to the brightest part of a flashlight’s beam. After you watch the video, you can use this new found knowledge along with the FL1 Standard that most reputable flashlight manufacturers provide these days to make a more educated decision on the type of light that you need for your application.

Lone Wolf Distributors Billet Locking Block for Glock

Lone Wolf Distributors (LWD) have introduced their new Billet Locking Block for full-size Glocks (3 pin Gen 3 frames or Timberwolf frames). These locking blocks are machined from 17-4 stainless steel and are a direct replacement for the original metal injection molded (MIM) locking block that comes standard on Glocks. Shooters have had success in improving the accuracy of some Glocks by improving the consistency of their lock up so it will be interesting to see the initial reports about these locking blocks.

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LWD is offering 50% off of these locking blocks to celebrate their introduction. Use code “LWD-1447WEB” at checkout. Check out the new Billet Locking Blocks at Lone Wolf Distributors.

Operation Hawkeye Team 31 Auction

During the week of Veteran’s Day 2015 (November 4 – 11, 2015), Operation Hawkeye will conduct a massive online auction on Gunbroker.com in conjunction with the NSSF and others. The auction will benefit Operation Hawkeye’s continuing mission to support the causes and loved ones of the 31 Special Operations forces heroes from EXTORTION 17, lost on 8/6/2011. The effort will be called the Team 31 Auction and it will consist of goods, services, and memorabilia donated by scores of mission teammates, particularly tactical companies and others involved in shooting sports.

Operation Hawkeye’s goal is to make this the largest auction ever conducted to benefit the Special Operations forces community. Mark your calenders and stay tuned for more details.

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