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Interesting sights at a great price!

Strike Iron Sights – Standard Height



The Strike Iron Sights For GLOCK (Standard Height) give you the best affordable option so you can throw away those plastic OEM sights. The front sight sits at 0.212″ tall with the rear at 0.285″.

The standard height sights cost $29.95 (MSRP), and are made of SUS630 hardened stainless steel.

LENGTH: Front: 0.452″ | Rear: 0.406″
WIDTH: Front: 0.235″ | Rear: 0.82″
HEIGHT: Front: 0.212″ | Rear: 0.258″
HEIGHT FROM TOP OF SLIDE: Front: 0.212″ | Rear: 0.285″
WEIGHT: 0.2 oz
WEIGHT W/ PKG: 0.6 oz



Strike Iron Sights – Suppressor Height


The Strike Iron Sights For GLOCK (Suppressor Height) give you an elevated sight picture for a red dot or suppressor pistol setup. The front sight sits at 0.357″ tall with the rear at 0.372″ for an absolute co-witness position with a slide mounted red dot.

The suppressor height sights cost $34.95 (MSRP), and are also made of SUS630 hardened stainless steel.

LENGTH: 0.452″ (front), 0.408″ (rear)
WIDTH: 0.289″ (front), 0.82″ (rear)
HEIGHT: 0.450″ (front), 0.408″ (rear)
HEIGHT FROM TOP OF SLIDE: 0.357″ (front), 0.372″ (rear)
WEIGHT: 0.3 oz
WEIGHT W/ PKG: 0.7 oz



Both sights are compatible with Glock Standard Frames: 17, 17L, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, and 39. If you’re looking for new sights for your Glock, or Glock parts-compatible pistol, give these a look. The standard height sights can be found here. The suppressor height sights can be found here. Take a look at the many other aftermarket parts Strike Industries offers on their website. Don’t forget to give them a like or follow on their Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.
No Glock 20, or 21. I was really excited when I hit that link, lol!!
 

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Arson Machine Co – WireGuide System

Arson Machine’s WireGuide System is offered in Picatinny and MLok versions which allows them to be used alone, or combined to secure device cables to your carbine’s forend.

These low profile guides feature a channel which clamps the activation cable.

The MLok versions are offered in 90 deg Clamp, Thru Clamp, and End Clamp styles while the Picatinny versions accept with single or double cables.
Looks nicer then the black ranger bands, lol!
 

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From TTAG:
Half the country is 2A Sanctuary!
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The mainstream media has missed one of the biggest trend stories ever – the massive surge in Second Amendment sanctuaries at the state, county and local levels.
As it stands now, more than 46% of all counties in the United States have declared themselves Second Amendment Sanctuaries, according to Noah Davis of sanctuarycounties.comand its companion site constitutionalsanctuaries.com.
Davis has been tracking the movement since its inception – tallying the growing numbers every single day.
“There are 1,459 Second Amendment sanctuary counties, out of a total of 3,144 counties, but I’m still tallying them right now,” Davis told me Wednesday. “I’ve got a bit of a backlog. I’m working on updating my national map, but they’re happening so fast, and I’m just one person in Virginia.”
The 1,459 includes counties located in the 10 states that have declared themselves Second Amendment Sanctuaries, he explained.
Davis, too, has seen little interest and major errors in the media’s coverage of the Second Amendment sanctuary movement.
“There have been people writing about it, but most refer to an article that was published in the Trace more than a year ago,” he said. “That story indicated there were only 400 Second Amendment sanctuary counties, but that number is completely out of date.
“This is frustrating to me,” he said.
Davis explained that he was not politically active until the Democrats took control of the Virginia state government.
“They started proposing laws that would have made many Virginians like myself felons overnight,” he said. “I started looking for ways to fight back.”
Within a few months, he said, more than 95% of Virginia’s counties had declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries, and then the movement was copied in Kentucky and Michigan.
“After that it just took off,” he said.
As the movement grew, Facebook intervened. Second Amendment sanctuary groups with hundreds of thousands of members were shuttered by Facebook in Michigan, Georgia and elsewhere.
“They realized we were being too effective,” Davis said.
You’d be hard-pressed to get half of America to agree that beer is good, or that steak should be served medium rare. Yet millions of Americans have forced their elected officials to erect a legislative wall around their communities to protect their gun rights.
Despite the skyrocketing trend, stories about the Second Amendment sanctuary movement are scarce, unless they’re anti-gun.
Vice news recently wrote a hit piece about the sanctuary movement: “These ‘Gun Sanctuary States’ Want to Destroy Biden’s Gun Control Plans.”
But even Vice couldn’t conceal the effectiveness of the movement.
“In the month of April alone, six states—Arizona, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and West Virginia—became so-called gun sanctuaries. But the specifics of the bills range widely, from political grandstanding, to having the potential to trigger a nasty constitutional showdown,” Vice reported. “At least seven more states, including Texas, have meanwhile introduced legislation proposing Second Amendment sanctuary protections. Four states—Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, and Wyoming—passed gun protection laws during the Obama administration.”
Language
Most Second Amendment sanctuary bills are simple. They declare that the municipal, county or state government simply won’t recognize or enforce any federal law that infringes upon the Second Amendment.
Many of these laws bar local officials from participating in any federal enforcement. Some add civil and criminal penalties.
A few would criminalize the actions of federal agents if they try to enforce federal gun laws, but many say this is a step too far, as it could spark costly lawsuits from the U.S. Justice Department.
Pushback
While some gun control proponents have spoken out against the Second Amendment sanctuary movement, they have not been as vocal as they have about other advances in gun rights.
The Giffords director of litigation, Hannah Shearer told Vice that sanctuary resolutions would be “confusing” for local officials, explaining that “making it a state policy to not enforce federal gun laws is going to compromise public safety and leave state and local officials confused about what they are allowed to do to help with the enforcement of federal gun laws.”
Even though Ms. Shearer isn’t giving local officials enough credit, compared to some of her other statements, she is almost being kind.
There has been very little of the usual wailing and gnashing of teeth over this nationwide trend from Giffords and other anti-gun groups, which could indicate they realize the scope of what they’re up against – nearly half of the country now supports the sanctuary movement.
Some cable TV news actors have referred to Second Amendment sanctuaries as symbolic, in what can be seen as an attempt to downplay or trivialize the movement. When a half of the country supports an issue – any issue – there’s nothing symbolic about it.
If the media needs to come up with a label for the Second Amendment sanctuary movement, call it a warning– a stern warning – for federal officials, especially the elected ones.
I live in the part of WA state that is not sanctuary.
 

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whats special about it besides the porting?
About Performance Center
From hand cutting to fine tuning for precision, Performance Center firearms are top performers. Products from the Performance Center are the ultimate expression of old-world craftsmanship blended with modern technology.

Copied & Pasted from S&W webpage.
 

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how much of that do you think is true? Not being sarcastic
S&W takes their PC revolvers pretty seriously. Your definitely paying for the name though also. Even more honestly, you’d have to be a revolver shooter to even care or really notice. Especially on 3” & shorter barrels.
 

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Performance Center is like another division that improve production Guns.
Now how much they actually do besides assembly is up for debate. Their revolvers are what they stake their reputations on.
I’ve handled Performance Center revolvers that were underwhelming considering the premium price tags.
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My Performance Center 327 -8 shot .357 mag. Trigger isn’t anymore special from my other S&W’s.

The biggest difference between Ruger and S&W is Ruger frames are castings and S&W are forgings.
That’s a nice PC model!!!
 

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This is HORRIBLE NEWS!!!!
Breaking News Biden State Department Bans Import of Russian Ammo and Firearms

Ammunition prices are about to skyrocket! Bidens state department announced today further sanctions on Russia. Which include the denial of all pending and future import permits for firearms manufactured in Russia.

This is bad news for gun owners in America for two reasons.
  1. Russian Ammunition accounts for approximately 40% of available ammo at this time.
  2. Steel ammunition prices are the only thing keeping brass ammunition prices in check. When steel goes up brass will skyrocket.
And you just ruined my day!!
 

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Color me shocked! With the rerelease of the MP-5 variants I expected a price tag around $3K.
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I am not a HK fanboy but this seems to show HK is somewhat listening to their fan base.

Now if they could only come out with an improved P7/13 with a sub $1K price tag.
Air gun Trigger Line Gun barrel Gun accessory

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I passed on one of these for half the going value, because proprietary magazines. They look cool, but you must really love HK rifles to buy them.
 
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