Is this the best AR 15 lower parts kit out there? The most complete AR upper parts kit? We’re not sure…but if not, it’s pretty damn close.
Chest rigs are another tool in the box, and while not for everyone, they provide a unique ability to work with or without armor, undercover and overt, and come in every flavor of ammo out there.
Strike Industries Releases Three NEW AR Modular Magazine Release Buttons | Who Knew there were so many Options!
Ever consider how important the mag release button is? Without it, you can’t quickly and easily drop your mag to replace a new, fully loaded, freedom-round holding mag. If you’re in the market to build an AR or need a replacement part, check out Strike Industries new AR Modular Magazine Release (MMR).
Should you run out and trade your 43 on a 43X? I did. That doesn’t mean you have to, though. The Glock 43X is and will remain, my choice of the two.
TENICOR now has holsters for the Glock 43/43X and Glock 48 railed MOS models—CENTRUM3, VELO4, and the ARX holsters are your compatible option. But don’t worry, they still offering a non-railed slim-line Glock model for AIWB, IWB, and OWB carries—for the Glock models listed above.
Designed for the Staccato 2011 and compatible with most railed 2011s and 1911s, TENICOR now has a dedicated Appendix Inside the Waistband (AIWB) holster for your Surefire X300—The MALUS SOL—meant to conceal your weapon and it’s light.
Black Collar Arms (the folks who brought you the bolt action pistol Pork Sword Chassis) are now working in forged carbon fiber.
Personal experience says the Burris Fastfire 3 is a tough hombre. I wouldn’t carry it to war but would be comfortable with it on a home defense weapon. Those looking to get into handgun red dots can try it out on the cheap, and those looking at the competition or sporting side of it can count on it.
I do love the CZ Scorpion, but I admit it has some inadequacies that should and could be addressed. That lead me to choose these specific Strike Industries parts and pieces to address the ergonomic issues: the Pistol Grip, Safety, and Magazine Release.
Thermal targets are a high tech way to train with your “force multiplier” shooting devices. Even the best thermal scope needs some training!