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New Shooting Rests for 2021 from Birchwood Casey
Irving, TX – Birchwood Casey, a leading name in professional gun care supplies and shooting equipment, introduces five new shooting rests: Alpha™, Bravo™, Echo™, Foxtrot, and Tango. Each rest is specifically designed for accuracy, comfort, and ease of use!
New Shooting Rests for 2021 from Birchwood Casey

The Alpha™ Shooting Rest is a tubular steel frame design for maximum strength that features a non-slip rubber stock rest, an integrated weighted front (35 lbs. total), adjustable leveling feet with bullseye bubble level, and more! This new rest accommodates popular AR pistols with barrels as short as 7.5-inches as well as full-sized rifles. The low-profile design is ideal for prone shooting. The ambidextrous controls and oversized knobs make any adjustments quick and easy. The front of the Alpha™ Shooting rest maneuvers 2 inches for windage, 3.5 inches for elevation, and 4.25 inches to accommodate various rifle sizes.
Model: BC-ASR MSRP: $229.99
New Shooting Rests for 2021 from Birchwood Casey

The new Bravo™ Shooting Rest is supported with a rigid steel frame design and features a non-slip rubber stock rest and non-slip rubber feet. Overall weight is 15 lbs. and also includes a bullseye bubble level. It accommodates most full- sized rifles (including high-capacity magazines for AKs and A’s) and popular AR pistols with barrels as short as 7.5-inches. The low-profile design is great for shooting prone and the ambidextrous controls, along with oversized knobs, make any adjustments quick and easy! The front of the Bravo™ Shooting rest allows for 3.5 inches elevation and adjustments for various rifle sizes.
Model: BC-BSR MSRP: $129.99
New Shooting Rests for 2021 from Birchwood Casey

The Echo™ Shooting Rest model has a strong steel frame structure, adjustable leveling feet, and a non-slip rubber stock rest. This model securely holds various rifle sizes, including firearms with barrels as short as 7.5-inches. The front support is quickly adjustable thanks to oversized knobs, allowing for 3 inches of windage and 2 inches of elevation adjustment. The unit is lightweight, compact, and easy to transport.
Model: BC-ESR MSRP: $89.99
New Shooting Rests for 2021 from Birchwood Casey

The new Foxtrot Rifle / Pistol Shooting Rest is an efficient shooting rest that accommodates both pistols and rifles. Establish the rest for handgun shooting with no tools by removing the rear and center section. The quick-detach design offers unlimited adjustment and versatility and is sized for popular AR pistols and short barrel rifles. This new shooting rest is molded with high-density polymers to deliver light weight and a sturdy frame structure. The padded front support securely holds the firearm and provides for quick and easy adjustments with the oversized grip. This unit breaks down for easy transport.
Model: BC-CSR MSRP: $49.99
New Shooting Rests for 2021 from Birchwood Casey

The Tango Front Mount Rifle / Pistol Shooting Rest includes a padded front support that houses both handguns and rifles while protecting the firearm finish. This rest is simple to setup and ergonomically designed to support the shooter’s hand while firing. To operate the adjustable elevation tool, simply spin to the right or left to increase or decrease elevation. Oversized footings help maintain a stable shooting platform, no matter the caliber size! This model is molded from high- density polymer, fits on most shooting benches, and accommodates most handguns and rifles.
Model: BC-FMSR MSRP: $29.99
To learn more about these or any new Birchwood Casey products, visit birchwoodcasey.com.
 

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I kinda wished they gave more than a 25% off coupon code. A couple are decent deals but some are just as much as you can get them on optics planet
Tonight it was 50% off SWAG.
They announced some new scope models with some outrageous variable power combinations, to myself the most interesting was the LPVO Warhorse,that went to war, touching story to go with it
 
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Tonight it was 50% off SWAG.
They announced some new scope models with some outrageous variable power combinations, to myself the most interesting was the LPVO Warhorse,that went to war, touching story to go with it
Super pissed i didnt win anything lol.

Would of been cool for them to have done 4 drawings each night.

With one main prize winner.

Should of been like 3rd place gets a free hat and shirt of their choosing, 2nd place gets a free hat, free shirt and a free mag extension. 1st place gets a free hat, shirt and a one time coupon code for 50% off their entire order. The main winner would get the prize they had advertised in the giveaway for that day.
 

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Tonight it is over, the grand prize was a .308 upper complete with scope and it was interesting to hear them spit ball of what might be in the future.,noticed they had fairly bright lighting on the table top.
 
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Canadian Department of National Defence Releases Draft Tender for C22 Modular Pistol

Canada’s Department of National Defence has released a long overdue Draft Tender for the C22 Modular Pistol which is a 9mm striker fired, semi-automatic, recoil-operated, magazine fed pistol to replace their long serving Browning Hi-Powers.

Here is the tender’s definition of modular:

According to the draft, they are seeking a full sized pistol, with three grip sized housings: small, medium and large. This requirement can be achieved by offering a single frame with small, medium and large backstraps.
They also seek different models of right and left hand Level 2 polymer holsters for the pistol.
Here’s a smattering of requirements:
DND expects a 35,000 service life, with a mean rounds between stoppages rating of 2,000 rounds for Class 1 stoppages, 2,000 rounds for Class 2 stoppages, and 5,000 rounds for Class 3 stoppages.
The C22 FF pistol must be operable and able to fire three full magazines in 60 seconds without cooling the pistol.
The C22 FF pistol must have a separately demandable replacement slide configured to mount commercially available reflex/red dot sight (e.g. Leupold DeltaPoint® Pro, Trijicon RMR® or similar) at the rear of the slide in front of the rear sights.
The pistol must be Flat Dark Earth in color and offer a 17 round magazine.
In addition to offering a threaded barrel, the vendor must also offer a suppressor that can achieve an 18 dB noise reduction.
Yes, DND also has a drop test requirement, which is the same one used by US DoD:
The C22 FF pistol in its operational state (full magazine with a primed cartridge in the chamber) must not discharge when dropped 1.5 m, onto a concrete backed, 5 cm thick plywood surface, IAW TOP 03-2-045A section 4.8.2 1.5 Meter (5 Feet) Drop or AC/225(LG/3-SG/1)D/14 section 2.10.8 Safety Drop Test 1.5 Meter or an alternative test approved by the technical authority using the following drop orientations:
Muzzle Down: Muzzle must be the closest part of the pistol to the concrete floor;
Muzzle Up: Muzzle must be the farthest part of the pistol to the concrete floor;
Slide Up (Horizontal); Top of the slide must be the farthest part of the pistol to the concrete floor;
Slide Down (Horizontal): Top of the slide must be the closest part of the pistol to the concrete floor;
Right Side (Horizontal): Right side of the pistol must be oriented as the closest part of the pistol to the concrete floor;
Left Side (Horizontal): Left side of the pistol must be oriented as the closest part of the pistol to the concrete floor.
After each drop (3.21.1.1-3.21.1.6) each pistol must fire 15 rounds of ammunition.
Overall, it sounds an awful lot like the US issue Modular Handgun System which is manufactured by SIG SAUER.

Industry insiders expect pushback on the module requirement which can only be fulfilled by a couple of vendors such as SIG and Walther. Particularly after the SIG P320 was recently withdrawn from service by Canadian Special Operations Command (CANSOF). However, this draft tender was released after the CANSOF incident came to light, indicating DND is dedicated to obtaining a modular pistol.
 

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Cambridge Police Commissioner makes Plans to Reduce Gun Inventory
Cambridge Police Commissioner makes Plans to Reduce Gun Inventory

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A recent bit of local Massachusetts news has revealed that the Cambridge, MA police department may be reducing its weapon inventory by up to 20% as well as making a few other changes to its equipment roster. According to news source Wicked Local, the push to reduce the weapons inventory of the Cambridge Police came about after the department released a full inventory of its stores that was open to the public. Aside from the move to reduce the guns of the department, there is some disagreement over the methodology by which the reduction will take place.
Cambridge Police Commissioner makes Plans to Reduce Gun Inventory

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Cambridge Police Commissioner makes Plans to Reduce Gun Inventory
From my own personal observations over the years, when police departments and other law enforcement agencies retire firearms and equipment, they usually go about this by auctioning off said equipment to the citizenry. I, myself have purchased several retired police weapons at decent prices over the years. However, in the case of the Cambridge police department, this isn’t the case.
Cambridge Police Commissioner makes Plans to Reduce Gun Inventory

Photo: Cambridge Police Department
Police commissioner Dr. Granville Bard was moved by a local activist to not only reduce the weapons inventory of the police department but also eliminate the use of camouflage uniforms. In regards to the firearms, however, Bard has chosen to destroy the guns being retired as opposed to auctioning them off as per State statutes. However, this still may not be possible if Bard cannot get around the law.
Statute requires me to auction them off, but the object is for the guns not to end up back on the street. “What I’m going to have to do is engage the city solicitor to try to seek an exemption so we can destroy the guns as opposed to auction them. So you may hear me use language like ‘retire’ or ‘reduce’ as opposed to ‘get rid of’ because I’m not sure I can right away until I follow some procedures to be able to destroy the weapons.
Cambridge Police Commissioner makes Plans to Reduce Gun Inventory

Photo: Cambridge Police Department
Personally, I believe that not only should the guns to bac to law-abiding citizens who probably need and/or want these firearms, but I also think that the department is missing out on a good chunk of change that could reduce their budgetary concerns if the real aim of this move is to please the constituency of Cambridge. As part of the firearm stock being “retired,” some sniper rifles, shotguns, M4 rifles, and some less-than-lethal weapons will all be removed from the Cambridge PD armoury. The department currently owns four Benelli Super 90 shotguns, 63 M4 rifles, and 5 Remington 700 rifles. Curiously, no talk of retiring any of the full-auto capable H&K rifles has been mentioned by any sources thus far.
Cambridge Police Commissioner makes Plans to Reduce Gun Inventory

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GoGo Dudley DoGood! I’m sure that’ll appease the activists.:rolleyes:
 

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US Marines Receive Improved Optic to Identify Threats from Longer Distances

MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va.—Marines recently received an innovative new optic that better prepares them to engage adversaries from longer distances.

In January, Marine Corps Systems Command’s Program Manager for Infantry Weapons began fielding the Squad Common Optic—a magnified day optic comprising an illuminated and nonilluminated aim-point designed to improve target acquisition and probability-of-hit with infantry assault rifles.
The SCO can be attached to the M4 and M4A1 Carbine as well as the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle. It will supplement the attrition and replacement of the Rifle Combat Optic and the Squad Day Optic for each of those weapons for close-combat Marines.
“The Squad Common Optic provides an improved day optic to infantry and infantry-like communities, including reconnaissance units” said Tom Dever, project officer for Combat Optics at MCSC. “It’s a system that improves situational awareness and decreases engagement times, greatly benefiting Marines.”
SCO an improvement over RCO
The SCO enables Marines to identify targets from farther distances than the existing RCO system.
Roger Boughton, MCSC’s lead engineer for the SCO program, said the RCO has a fixed magnification, whereas the SCO provides a variable power. This means Marines can use the SCO to identify targets at both close and far distances, providing twice the visual range of the RCO.
“Having an optic that can reach out to longer distances will ultimately make the Marine a more lethal first-shot shooter,” said Boughton. “This means they can use less rounds to overwhelm an enemy.”
Maj. Kyle Padilla, MCSC’s optics team lead and an infantry officer, said the SCO is agnostic to the round and weapon system, which provides additional flexibility for Marines. This allows for movement to a different host weapon and accommodates the employment of the M855, M855A1 or future ammunition.
“It’s all about making an accurate decision,” said Padilla. “The SCO gives squad leaders or individual riflemen more time to make a decision to eliminate that threat if necessary.”
The system is also easy to assemble. The SCO includes a mount that prevents Marines from needing to carry tools to remove or exchange the optic, lightening the load for Marines.
“If you want to mount it onto the rail of the weapon, you don’t need a wrench to tighten anything,” said Boughton. “You just need your hands.”
‘A step in the right direction’
The SCO program moved rapidly from program designation to fielding in just 16 months. After awarding a contract, PM IW conducted various user assessments, including a simulated 10,000-round fire exercise, during production verification testing to confirm performance and resolve issues.
During these evaluations, Marines raved about the benefits of the SCO and its improvement over the existing system.
“Being able to shoot farther, identify targets at greater ranges and be more accurate will make them more lethal,” said CWO4 David Tomlinson, MCSC’s infantry weapons officer. “Marines have expressed excitement over this capability.”
CWO4 Gerald Eggers, the infantry weapons officer at The Basic School, participated in the system’s fielding in January, aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. He commended the scope’s variable power magnification as well as its ability to be employed with different ammunition and weapons.
“Marines with M27s will greatly benefit with this scope,” said Eggers. “I certainly believe the SCO fielding is a step in the right direction.”
Dever said the fielding of the SCO puts an improved capability into Marines’ hands more quickly and enables them to carry out their missions more efficiently and effectively.
“The rapid acquisition and fielding of improved capabilities is vital to equipping the Marine Corps to operate inside actively contested maritime spaces in support of fleet operations,” said Dever.
The program office anticipates the weapon reaching Full Operational Capability in fiscal year 2022.

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Although it doesn’t say in the article, the optic has Trijicon markings.
 

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KT Tactical Design Balanced Rail System for Glock 43X/48 Pistols


The Balanced Rail System for the Glock 43X/48 from KT Tactical Design

Kevin O’Brien of KT Tactical Design has introduced his patent-pending Glock 43X and 48 frame modification. The Balanced Rail System is a permanent modification for the Glock 43X/48 that is supposed to reduce recoil as well as add rail space on the bottom of either of the handguns. The Balanced Rail System also serves as an added safety measure as a place to rest your trigger finger when not prepared to fire.

The Balanced Rail System for the Glock 43X/48 from KT Tactical Design

KT Tactical Design Balanced Rail System for Glock 43X/48 Pistols
The Balanced Rail System is a simple to install counterweight device that integrates weight reduction, added safety, and increased functionality into one device. As stated by Kevin, the primary function of the Balanced Rail System is to provide reduced recoil to make the gun easier and more fun to shoot. The second primary function of the unit is to provide a safe place for your trigger finger to rest as it places your finger flat at a spot that is well outside the trigger guard.
Finally, the Balanced rail system provides a single slot rail section for the mounting of pistol lights and or lasers. This is something that I find to be incredibly useful as I personally own a Glock 48 and have always wanted to mount a light to it. The Balanced Rail system might make a great alternative to switching from a vanilla Glock 48 over to a Glock 48 or 43X MOS pistol which features an integrated sing slot rail.
The Balanced Rail System for the Glock 43X/48 from KT Tactical Design

In tandem with a laser and the recoil reduction capabilities of the rail system, I feel as if this accessory might make itself right at home with shooters who are struggling with the recoil of either the Glock 43x or 48.
If it does indeed make either pistol more pleasant to shoot then this would make it much easier for someone to get out to the range and train more often as opposed to not training because of the unpleasantness of the recoil. If you’re solely interested in using the rail system and don’t want/need the reduced recoil weight, a nylon insert is also included that replaces the 2 oz weight.
The Balanced Rail System for the Glock 43X/48 from KT Tactical Design

If you’re interested in ordering a Balanced Rail System for the Glock 43X/48, you can visit the KT Tactical Design Amazon Store page here. Each Balanced Rail System accessory costs $79.95.
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Seems kinda unnecessary to me but the guy that invented the pet rock became a millionaire.
 

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Remember about 4 months ago when Lone Wolf, with great fanfare introduced their all new pistol, The Guardian?
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well, evidently Lone Wolf wants to forget that pistol.
Now they are introducing their first...🤔🤨 complete pistol.
LONE WOLF DISTRIBUTORS
Lone Wolf Arms LTD19
We are proud to announce the first complete pistol to market manufactured completely by Lone Wolf!
Introducing the Lightweight Tactical Defense (LTD) pistol line.


With more than two decades of experience providing aftermarket solutions to enhance both performance and aesthetics of the Glock-pattern pistol, we have implemented these into a complete pistol.

Unlike many other Glock-pattern alternatives on the market, the LTD is not the result of simple geometry changes, or polishing of new old-stock parts, but rather the culmination of decades of experience. We've seen trends rise and fall, fielded thousands of customer comments and questions, and learned what truly improves the platform. The LTD is the culmination of that experience and provides the same capacity as its inspiration, but thanks to the Timberwolf® Frame, offers a slimmer, more natural feel. Specification junkies will also note that the LTD pistols are also lighter than the original. Critical ounces have been removed from the slide for a pistol that cycles quicker, recoils less, and carries more comfortably.
Lone Wolf Arms LTD19
Lone Wolf Arms LTD19
Two slide variations available in nitride or stainless finish.
Both variations offer reduced reciprocating mass resulting is both quicker cycling and less perceived recoil than the Glock 19.
Lone Wolf Arms LTD19
Generous, radiused undercut of the Timberwolf frame eliminates "Glock knuckle", permits a higher grip for reduced perceived recoil, and permits larger-handed shooters to enjoy the concealability of a compact firearm.
Relieved-radius tang assists in a higher grip effectively lowering bore axis while also distributing recoil impulse safely across the web of the hand without beating on thumb knuckle. Extended beavertail shields the hand from slide movement and disperses recoil impulse.
Lone Wolf Arms LTD19
Lone Wolf Arms LTD19
Low-profile flared magazine well accelerates reloads and keeps fingers and palms at a safe distance; no more pinched fingers!
The Timberwolf frame's grip angle is well known as one of the most naturally-pointing designs on the market. This American design makes pointing the pistol as innate as pointing a punch.
Lone Wolf Arms LTD19
Specifications:
Weight without magazine: 19 ounces
Length: 7.16"
Barrel Length: 4"
Height Including Magwell: 4.77"
Width: 0.99" Slide
1.13" Frame
1.49" Magwell
Sight Radius: 5.9"
Trigger Pull: 6.5lbs
Stainless Steel Guide Rod
Enlarged Magazine Release
Enlarged Slide Stop/Release
MSRP: $699.95
LTD19 V1
LTD19 V2
 

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Seismic Ammo Use Shell Shock Technologies’ NAS3 Casings
March 2nd, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Seismic™ Ammo’s QuakeMaker™ +M 9mm NATO bullets, featuring Shell Shock Technologies’ casings, are heavier and deliver far greater momentum than any other 9mm.

Westport, Conn. (March 2021) – Shell Shock Technologies, LLC., an early-stage technology and manufacturing company focused on developing innovative case technologies for the ammunition industry, announces that Seismic™ Ammo has introduced its 185gr 9mm round featuring Shell Shock Technologies’ revolutionary NAS3 casings.
Seismic’s QuakeMaker™ +M 9mm NATO bullets are heavier and deliver far greater momentum than any other 9mm. At subsonic velocities, they’re ideal for suppressors. The QuakeMaker +M projectile is 160 percent the weight of a standard 9mm bullet. It is available in a 21 Round Bonus Pack ($29.99), 21 Round Bonus Pack Full Case ($359.88), and 21 Round Bonus Pack Half Case ($179.94).
“Seismic Ammo is taking conventional ammunition in a different direction. We believe a projectile with more mass traveling at subsonic velocities (900 – 1,000 fps depending on the barrel length) is more effective than a lighter weight projectile traveling at a higher speed,” said Matt Wilkes, Chief Operating Officer of Seismic Ammo.
“We are thrilled and honored to have our innovative NAS3 casings be a part of Seismic Ammo’s take on a heavier 9mm projectile,” said Craig Knight, CEO of Shell Shock Technologies.
About Shell Shock Technologies NAS3 Cases:
NAS3 9mm cases are 50 percent lighter than brass cases, offer greater lubricity and will not abrade, clog, foul, wear-out, or damage breach and ejector mechanisms. The cases offer greater corrosion resistance, tensile strength (2x stronger) and elasticity than brass. NAS3 cases will not split, chip, crack or grow (stretch) and are fully reloadable (using S3 Reload dies) and can be reloaded many more times than brass cases. NAS3 cases have been tested successfully by customers to pressures over 70k psi. NAS3 cases can be picked up with a magnet. The head can be colored for branding purposes and easy load identification.
NAS3 is “Best in Class” for maintaining consistent velocity between rounds. In an independent test performed by H.P. White Laboratory (a major munitions testing facility), rounds fired using NAS3 cases achieved a velocity standard deviation of 0.093 FPS (124-grain FMJ bullet, 4.2 grains Titegroup powder, 10 rounds, extreme variation 3fps).

To learn more about Shell Shock’s revolutionary technology, visit www.shellshocktech.com.
 

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Silencer Shop Celebrates Texas Independence Day
BIG NFA: Silencer Shop Celebrates Texas Independence Day

BIG NFA: Silencer Shop Celebrates Texas Independence Day
Everything is bigger in Texas, especially firearms and NFA ownership. Today, Silencer Shop is celebrating Texas Independence Day by highlighting the fact that the citizens of Texas own about 1/5th of all the silencers registered in the entire United States. Starting as a dealer and evolving into the nation’s largest national distributor, Silencer Shop has streamlined the NFA application process for over ten years, simplifying the purchasing, transfer and ownership process.
The official numbers reported in the 2020 annual Firearms Commerce In The United States ATF publication list nearly 402,000 suppressors that call Texas home. To mark the occasion, Silencer Shop is highlighting the state’s top sellers, Dead Air, and NFA dealers that have made these numbers possible.
Since we are still in the first quarter of 2021, my suggestion is for the rest of Texas gun owners to kick it up a notch. If you purchase a suppressor today, there’s a good chance you’ll have it mounted and ready for the field or the range by the fall. Remember my motto for silencer purchases: Don’t Wait; Buy Today.
Happy Independence Day, Texas!
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From SSD:
Vortex Edge Is Open For Business

CHECK OUT OUR FULL SUITE OF COURSES AND MEET THE TEAM



BARNEVELD, Wis. – Vortex Edge™, our state-of-the-art training facility, is ready to accommodate shooters of all skill levels, from those looking to take their first steps to elite law enforcement teams. Our team has been hard at work developing classes that will make you a safer, more effective shooter, and we’re thrilled to open our doors for all your firearms training needs.
If you can’t travel to our campus, you can still experience Vortex Edge™: We’ll be regularly releasing videos and content, and we’ll be active on social media celebrating all things firearms training.

Head over to vortexedge.com to learn more about our facility and class offerings, and to meet our team. Be sure to follow Vortex Edge™ on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
 

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Mechanix Wear Suppressor Products

Leveraging their protective handwear for welders, Mechanix Wear has introduced three new products to manage the extreme heat produced by weapon suppressors: a cover, transport bag, and mitt.

Manufactured from CarbonX thermal resistant fabric technology and constructed with heavy stitching of DuPont Kevlar, they will withstand heat up to 2000°F.

Suppressor Cover


This 6″ suppressor cover (1.5″ outer diameter) mitigates radiant heat that causes burns and mirage distortion to the sight picture. The cover is made from CarbonX heat resistant fabric, padded with heavy felt and insulated with aluminum. It’s topped off with a CarbonX cord with metal lock to secure it to your suppressor.

Suppressor Transport Bag


Intended to hold up to two hot suppressors, this CarbonX Transport Bag is just over 14″ in length.

X-Pad Suppressor Heat Barrier


When it’s time to remove your suppressor from your weapon, the X-Pad Suppressor Heat Barrier protects your hand by serving as a mitt thanks to inserts for your fingers and thumb. This design helps grip the suppressor to get it loose. Extra insulation is provided by a heavyweight felt interior, withstanding up to 2000°F for 20 seconds.
Those interested in Mechanix Wear suppressor products should send an email here.

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Cool to see a non-gun related company jump into the gun world!
 
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