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August 21, 2015 product highlights

Let’s do business with these guys — The Magpul Way

The HCAR (Heavy Counter Assault Rifle) is Ohio Ordnance Works’ concept of an updated, modern semiauto version of the famed M1918 SLR (the .30-06 Browning BAR).

American Security Easy Carry Handgun Safe

EAA’s ABDO hinged hardcase is designed to go on your belt and look like a phone case. It will hold small .380/.32/.22 pistols, and apparently can withstand being run over by a car. Of course if your gun is that small, why hang it out in plain sight?

Lyman has its new Borecam Digital Borescope with Monitor. Only $280 at MidwayUSA.

Swift’s new Break-Away Solid bullet is an FMJ design with a round, black polymer ball tip (which disintegrates on impact) for reliable feeding, in a nose cavity designed to create a “more aggressive” meplat (the flat front portion of the bullet which enhances straight penetration). The meplat exposed after the tip disintegrates remains a jacketed solid design. It will be available in nine calibers from .366 to .505 and will cost about 4 times what a Swift A-Frame bullet costs.

Swift also has a new 200-grain flatnose A-Frame in .348. About $1.30 each.

DKG Trading, Inc., of Sparta, IL, has announced the introduction of the NEW Colt “Defender” series of solid copper, hollow-point center-fire pistol ammunition. We assume this is essentially the same as Cor-Bon DPX. Initial pistol calibers are:

  • .380 Auto 80 gr. 1,200 ft./sec.
  • 9mm Luger 115 gr. 1,200 ft./sec.
  • .40 S&W 155 gr. 1,150 ft./sec.
  • .45 ACP 185 gr. 1,100 ft./sec.

Fenix has some new products, including the UC35, a micro-USB rechargeable (or lithium) tactical light with 960 lumens and 6 output types/levels. 1″ x 6″.

Surefire’s Titan Plus variable output keychain(!) light offers 300 lumens from only a single AAA battery.

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Armscor/Rock Island Armory has the Baby Rock .380 ACP, a 1911-style pistol.

Gary Reeder Custom Guns has the Black Mamba, a 5-shot double action revolver built on the Ruger GP100 frame in calibers such as .44 Special and .41 Magnum.

“Firearms Welcome” stickers, 99 cents.

Firearms Welcome sign

Leupold’s (“Loo-pold”) new S1 and S5 screw-on dials replace the cap covers on the majority of Leupold’s riflescopes. They are compatible with most Leupold riflescopes, except for the VX-1 series and older scopes with friction adjustments. They are also compatible with scopes equipped with BDC reticles. All-aluminum with large, knurled surfaces.

The S1 dial is engraved in ¼-MOA increments and the S5 in 0.1 MIL. Both come with a locking zero stop and can be equipped with Leupold’s Custom Dial System through the Leupold Custom Shop.

To install, just remove the cap on the adjustment dial, and simply screw the S1 or S5 on in its place. It automatically aligns with the adjustment slot and securely tightens down. Unlike other aftermarket dials, the Leupold S1 and S5 dials completely eliminate backlash.

Lifetime warranty. The standard scaled dials are $50, and custom BDC dials calibrated to the customer’s ballistics are $60.


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