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MagnetoSpeed To Introduce M-Series Grip System at SHOT Show

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

MagnetoSpeed posted this announcement to social media.

Get it before you can buy it!! Come by Booth #406 at Shot Show 2017 to see our new product line. Every day we will be giving away 200 FREE miniMAGs on a first come first serve basis.

The M-Series Grip System is a truly modular grip storage system for rifles with AR-style pistol grips. The module ejection system allows users to store a number of unique and useful modules within the grip itself.

The MiniMAG is a fully functional 3-round magazine that stores completely inside the M-Series Grip. Keep specialty rounds stored and ready for hunting or home defense.

For long hunting trips take the DryBOX to keep some spare ammunition, matches, or any survival items safely dry, no matter the weather.

For long range shooting, load up the quick deploy MonoPOD which is always ready and will give you the fine elevation control to make your shot.

Don’t ever get caught in the dark again with the MiniTORCH with a superbright white LED or two small red LEDs for keeping your night vision while heading to the blind or digging around in your gun bag. An integrated neodymium magnet allows the flashlight to be securely mounted to the included pic rail adapter or hat clip in seconds.

MagnetoSpeed and PROOF Research – Two Great Tastes That Taste Great Together

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

This is Caylen Wojcik, Precision Rifle Instructor for Magpul Dynamics with a MagnetoSpeed chronometer mounted to a PROOF Research TACII in .300WM.

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PROOF Research uses a patented manufacturing processes using carbon-fiber wrapped barrels to offer the disciplined shooter proven accuracy, longevity and durability. It’s pretty cool. I fired a couple of their weapons at SHOT Show 2013.

If you’ve ever used a chrono, then you know what a pain they can be. That’s why I’m so stoked about the MagnetoSpeed because its barrel mounted, right to the gun. Rather than using screens, it relies on magnetic sensors. Check it out.