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Teaser: New Addition to Arson Machine WireGuide System

Arson Machine shared some pictures of an upcoming addition to their WireGuide System. Their initial WireGuide offerings were made for MLOK rails while this upcoming piece can be used on standard Picatinny rail.

The Single and Double versions of the Picatinny Clamps will be available. These clamps could be useful to those who need to route their cables over the top rail of any type of handguard or those who have 4 rail Picatinny handguards.

Stay tuned to the Arson Machine website for pricing and release info: ArsonMachine.com

Arson Machine Introduces WireGuide Cable Management System

Somewhere in Oregon (December 17, 2020) – Drawing from their years of experience in making high quality firearms accessories, Arson Machine Co. delivers a simple yet incredibly useful product for cable management on firearms, The Wire Guide System for M-LOK handguards.

Spawned from the OCD mind of Jason Gifford (Product Development, Arson Machine Co.) and executed by David Carter (Executive Chef, Arson Machine Co.), the WireGuide System was created to address the issues of uncontrolled switch wires on weapon systems. The M-LOK WireGuide Clamps were designed to be sleek, stunning, low profile, light weight and a few other positive adjectives that all add up to a simple yet elegant solution to remove snagging as well as protect expensive weapon lights and switches.

Consisting of 3 separate pieces constructed of domestically produced, 6061-T6 aluminum and Type 3 anodized black, the WireGuide system allows for maximum versatility in placement, use and function. The first clamp in the set is the most basic Thru Clamp, which simply holds switch wires parallel to the bore of the rifle. It has 2 channels to accommodate 1 wire per channel which can be invaluable to those running dual switches for aiming devices and lights at the same time. It is the smallest of the 3 clamps. The next clamp is the 90° Clamp. This clamp, as the name implies, allows the wire to change direction 90 degrees. Lastly there is the End clamp. This clamp takes the wire in and turns it a full 180 degrees smoothly and beautifully. The purpose of this clamp is to be used in a manner to take up any slack that might be in the wire so that switch wires on the weapon system can be as secure and snag free as possible. When combined the system becomes a very low profile, low signature alternative to other, field expedient solutions (looking at you, bicycle innertubes and zipties).

All products are currently available in limited quantities on the Arson Machine Co. website: www.arsonmachine.com/product/wireworksfor-m-lok/ and will be available at select dealers by Q1 2021. More variants will be forthcoming. For the latest info check out Arson Machine Co. on social media. Instagram (@arsonmachine) and on Facebook.

Contact: info@arsonmachine.com, 971.319.3006

Arson Machine A-Hole Micro Muzzle Device

Arson Machine’s new muzzle brake doesn’t mind if you call it A-Hole.

The new A-Hole Micro Muzzle Device is a smaller and lighter, single chamber version of their original A-Hole Muzzle Brake. These brakes have holes that are actually shaped like the letter A, as in Arson… Hence the name.

The A-Hole line of brakes are somewhat unique in that they are machined from 6061-T6 aluminum with a hard anodized coating. This makes them very light in weight (and affordable). While they will not last as long as a steel muzzle device, they have been shown to hold up for 4000+ rounds so it is not as if they are a throw away item.

As with any single chamber brake, the A-Hole Micro Muzzle Device is loud. These are unapologetic brakes that are designed to give a competitive shooter an edge by virtue of their light weight and muzzle control.

Check out the A-Hole line of muzzle devices at Arson Machine.

A-hole Mk 4a Muzzle Brake from Arson Machine

Arson Machine’s new A-hole Mk 4a Muzzle Brake is a serious muzzle device with a not-so-serious name. As you can see from their previous teaser video, it’s very effective and while the name A-hole is funny, it’s also descriptive. This brake actually has ports shaped like the letter “A” and it’s loud so… it’s a break with A-holes and for A-holes.

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The A-hole Mk 4a Muzzle Brake is machined from aluminum which weighs less (1.11 ounces) but will wear out far sooner than steel, about 1000-2000 rounds (maybe more). The cost reflects that. It comes with a shim kit and costs less than $30. For $90, less than the cost of most devices, you could have 3 of them along with 3 shim kits you can keep using.

As usual, the product description on Arson Machine’s website is full of laughs so don’t miss it. Check out the A-hole Mk 4a Muzzle Brake at Arson Machine.

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