Archive for April, 2017

NRAAM 2017 – BAR Floor Lamp

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

If you are looking for the ultimate accessory for your man cave or office, this BAR Floor Lamp I spotted in the Ohio Ordnance booth is just what you need.

These limited edition lamps are just five of a run of 10 and each one is serialized “x of 10.” They are really cool. The Trigger actually functions as the on/off switch and includes working sights/safety/mag release/bipod. The Barrels are 1944 dated and the base is fashioned into the Ohio Ordnance logo. Finally, this piece of art is signature engraved.

Brace yourself. The cost is $6500, but they are manufactured from actual BAR parts and not plastic lookalikes.

If you are interested, email [email protected].

NRAAM 2017 – Airborne Tab for Geissele Super Charging Handle 

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

The new Airborne Tab for Geissele’s Super Charging Handle is a bit lower profile so it won’t snag on equipment or jab you while jumping with an exposed weapon. Below, you can see the Airborne version compared to the standard tabs.

NRAAM 2017 – Hazard 4

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Hazard 4 showed me their new patented, lockable buckle technology they are beginning to introduce into their line. It uses a switch to lock the belt closed which is more effective than the previous sliders they’ve used in the past. Additionally, this buckle has adjuster loops on both male and female ends so it can be used for belt applications.


NRAAM 2017 – SureFire XH15 Ultra Holster Light

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

The new MasterFire Holster from SureFire requires the use of a light designed specifically for use with the holster.  We’ve all seen the x300/400 series lights but SureFire is introducing a new polymer weapon light intended specifically for use with the MasterFire Holster.

Hitting the market by early Summer, the XH15 should come in at around $100. It features a MaxVision beam amd relies on a single CR123A bettery to offer 350 lumens for 1.25 hours.

Velocity Systems – BOSS Rugby 

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Earlier versions of the BOSS Rugby were made from a slightly different material than the rest of the line. However, that is no longer the case. Available in both short in long sleeves.

Crimson Trace Adds Additional Laserguard Pros for Glocks

Saturday, April 29th, 2017

For Release: April 28, 2017

HyperFocal: 0

(Wilsonville, OR)—Crimson Trace announces the latest product additions to the company’s growing Laserguard® Pro™ laser sights series—the Laserguard Pro laser sight and white light models engineered to fit full-size, compact and sub-compact Glock® pistols. The new products are the LL-807G (green) and the LL-807 red laser sight and white light for full- and compact-size Glock pistols. Additionally, the newly released LL-810 Laserguard Pro is designed to fit numerous sub-compact Glock pistols.

Glock pistol designs incorporate a wide assortment of trigger guards sizes and shapes.

  • The LL-807 series Crimson Trace® Laserguard Pro laser sights and light combinations are designed to fit securely onto numerous Glock pistols, including: Third Generation 17, 19, 22, 23, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37 and 38. These products will also securely attach to Glock Gen-4 models 17, 19, 22, 23, 31, 34, 37 and 38 pistols.
  • The LL-810 Laserguard Pro laser sights and lights will fit these longer trigger guard Glock pistol models: Third Generation 26, 27, 29, 30, 33, 36 and 4th Gen 26, 27, 29, 30 and 33.
  • For Glock pistols with shorter trigger guards, the LL-810 Laserguard Pro fits these pistols: Gen 3 models 26, 27, 29, 30, 33 and 36 and Gen 4 models 26, 27, 29, 30 and 33.
  • Should you have problems determining which model Glock is to be fitted with a Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro laser sight, visit and view the pistols display area in the website.

    These new Laserguard Pros feature Crimson Trace’s award-winning and patented Instinctive ActivationTM, a feature designed to activate the laser when the firearm is held in a normal firing grip—and when the user is ready to fire.  No other product within the laser sight industry offers this capability—the top reason why Crimson Trace is the undisputed leader in the laser sight market. The light can be operated in four modes: laser + light, laser only, light only and laser and light strobe. The unit also has a master on/off switch should the user not want to engage the laser or light.

    Released in 2015, Crimson Trace’s Laserguard Pro laser sights and lights incorporate a powerful 150-lumen LED white light with either a red or green laser diode within a sturdy and compact housing that’s simple to install onto the pistol’s trigger guard. The laser sight can be adjusted for windage and elevation. The necessary installation screws, plus battery for operation, are included in the product packaging. The Laserguard Pro LL-807 and LL-810 units are also covered under Crimson Trace’s popular Free Batteries for Life program. Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices for Laserguard Pros begin at $279.

    Crimson Trace also offers Laserguard Pro light and laser sights for pistols manufactured by Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory. There are also Laserguard Pro laser sights and lights available for Glock’s Model 42 and 43 pistols. Crimson Trace offers several models of laser sights packaged with inside-the-waistband holsters. Details on additional available holsters can be found at

    Crimson Trace provides more than 260 products at 2,500+ dealers across America. The company’s products can be easily installed without requiring modification of the firearm —or special gunsmith skills. For more information on Crimson Trace products, dealers, dealer locations, and to obtain a free copy of the company’s catalog, visit or call 800-442-2406.

    NRAAM 2017 – ZEV Rifles?

    Saturday, April 29th, 2017

    Is there some foreshadowing going on in the ZEV Technologies booth?  Considering they recently bought Mega Arms, seems plausible to me.  


    Saturday, April 29th, 2017

    Get yours at the Sentinel Concepts booth. You can’t miss it. It’s right next to the BCM booth.