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Primary Weapons Systems Releases Multiple New Product Lines at SHOT Show

Primary Weapons Systems released a number of new products at the recent SHOT Show. There is a lot to look forward to from PWS in 2018:

Primary Weapons Systems released multiple new product lines and updates at SHOT Show last month.

Starting with the MOD 1-M line (replacing the MK1 MOD 1-P line) with M-LOK handguards and Radian Raptor charging handles. Keeping the internals the same, the MK1 MOD 1-M line got a simple facelift. To match that, the MK2 MOD 1-M line also got M-LOK handguards and Radian Raptor charging handles.

Past the more expected updates, we take a look at the MK1 MOD 2-M line which replaces the MK1 MOD 2 line. The MK1 MOD 2-M line features not just an M-LOK handguard, but their patent pending PicLok handguard. Yes, it offers M-LOK along the entire length of the handguard, but also offers Picatinny in the front quarter of the rail. What sets the PWS MK1 MOD 2-M handguards apart, is the fact that M-LOK accessories direct thread into the handguard, meaning you don’t use the back T-nut of the accessory. This allows the shooter’s rail to truly stay as slim as possible while still offering a variety of mounting options. In addition to the PicLok handguard, the MK1 MOD 2-M line includes the Radian Raptor charging handle and Radian Talon safety selector.

For PWS customers wanting to do a quick handguard swap, we have good news! Handguards will be available as standalone items, so you can easily swap your current PicMod to PicLok.

The ALPHA line of rifles, easily differentiated by the FDE anodizing, was designed specifically for military use, but will be available for civilians. A few features of the ALPHA line are the heavier barrel profile, 1:7 barrel twist rate and gas adjustment knob in front of the handguard.

The last big release from PWS was the new PCC line in 9mm. Using a straight blowback system, taking GLOCK mags and having last round bolt hold open, PWS expects the PCC line to be a popular addition to their current offerings.

The PWS website is currently being rebuilt, but will be live by mid-February. In the meantime, customers can contact sales@primaryweapons.com for questions and purchasing.

Company Information:

Primary Weapons Systems (PWS) was formed in 2008 as a rifle component company and has since grown to be one of the largest firearms manufacturers in the Northwest. PWS initially made firearm accessories and compensators, but quickly moved into firearm manufacturing as they developed their PWS Long-Stroke Piston System which takes the operating system from Kalashnikov’s AK design and merges it with Stoner’s AR platform giving a hybrid rifle to shooters looking for a low-maintenance yet reliable and accurate firearm. PWS manufactures AR-15s in 223 Wylde, 300BLK and 7.62×39 as well as DPMS .308 pattern builds in both .308 Match and 6.5 Creedmoor- all with the long-stroke piston operating system. The PCC line of 9mm products is the only line that varies from the piston system, being a straight blowback system. Also manufactured by Primary Weapons Systems are lightweight buffer tubes, steel body buffers, accessories and a wide selection of compensators for firearms both piston driven and direct impingement.



PWS J-TAC47 – The OG AK Muzzle Device

The PWS J-TAC47 holds a special place in my heart. It was not only the first muzzle device offered by PWS but it was really one of the first US made muzzle devices for the AK-47 that was any good. Before it was available, the US made muzzle device choices for the AK were minimal and generally of poor quality. I remember when I first tried it and my eyes were opened to how good an AK muzzle device could actually be.

PWS just released a new product video for their OG J-TAC47 and guess what? Even all these years later, it still does a great job of keeping the Kalashnikov’s muzzle flat.


Primary Weapons System’s (PWS) new FSC MOD 2 has some big shoes to fill. The FSC series of muzzle devices with the FSC556 in particular, are iconic for their dead-level muzzle control and sufficient flash suppression. They were some of the earliest of the so called hybrid muzzle devices and they remain some of the best in terms of performance.

The new FSC MOD 2 appears to have a very similar design for the device’s side ports but the flash suppression prongs have been done away with in favor of a closed end with slots. As long as the FSC muzzle devices continue to offer the neutral muzzle control that made shooters fall in love with them, this new version will be a hit.

Check out the FSC Series page at PWS. As of the time of this writing, all previous generation FSC devices are shown out of stock and the FSC MOD 2 is not yet listed.

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Sage Dynamics Edition PWS DI Rifle (SD-1)

The new SD-1 Rifle from Sage Dynamics and PWS offers a lot of features along with a heaping helping of training. There have been many special edition rifles with instructor’s names on them before and some of them even came with training vouchers. However, the SD-1 comes with three vouchers for training with Aaron Cowen of Sage Dynamics. Three!

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The rifle itself is very well appointed. It is built around a PWS DI carbine with some nice options hand picked by Aaron.

  • PWS DI 16″ barrel, Isonite QPQ® treated. 1:8 twist

  • .223 Wylde chamber

  • PWS FSC556 Muzzle Device (still one of the best comps on the market)

  • Gemtech Suppressed Bolt Carrier Group

  • CMC Flat Profile 3.5 Pound Single Stage Trigger

  • PWS Enhanced Buffer Tube

  • PWS Lightweight 15″ Keymod rail

  • 7075 aluminum upper and lower receiver

  • Magpul MOE grip

  • Magpul STR Stock

  • Magpul BUS Sights

  • Kryptek Typhon finish with Sage logo lower and “SD-1” marked upper

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