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Butler Creek ASAP Electronic Loader Wins NRA Golden Bullseye

Monday, May 4th, 2020

Shooting Illustrated Names ASAP Electronic Loader as 2020 Accessory of the Year

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – April 20, 2020 – Butler Creek, maker of smart, field-proven hunting and shooting accessories, is pleased to announce that the company’s ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader was named the 2020 Accessory of the Year by Shooting Illustrated magazine. Butler Creek will be recognized with the NRA Publications Golden Bullseye Award in the May 2020 issue of Shooting Illustrated.

“Shooting an AR-15 is incredibly fun, but in order to shoot them, you first have to load magazines, which is decidedly less fun,” said Ed Friedman, Editor-in-Chief, Shooting Illustrated. “The Butler Creek ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader makes loading AR magazines fast, easy and effortless, leaving you with more mags loaded in far, far less time. That translates into more time to shoot and fingers that don’t hurt. That alone made it an obvious choice for the Golden Bullseye Award for Accessory of the Year.”

The ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader is the only product of its kind on the market. Through its state-of-the-art designs, the ASAP EML allows users the ability to fill the hopper with loose .223/5.56 rounds, select the desired round count and simply press one button to load their magazines. The machine automatically orientates the ammunition and can load a 30-round magazine in 45 seconds.

Made with serious competitors and training facilities in mind, the ASAP EML will work with most AR15/M16 magazines. The loader is standard with a dual power supply via an AC adapter or through lithium-ion batteries. Users can easily load magazines with 1 to 40 rounds through the selection menu, with the ability to set up multiple magazines to coincide with various training drills or firearms platforms.

For more information on the ASAP EML or to view the complete line of Butler Creek products, visit www.butlercreek.com.

2020 NRA Annual Meeting Cancelled

Friday, March 13th, 2020

The 2020 NRA Annual Meeting is cancelled.

We have been closely monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Tennessee Department of Health.  In fact, earlier today, a state of emergency was declared in Tennessee.  

Therefore, we have reluctantly decided to cancel this year’s NRA Annual Meeting, planned for April 16 – 19 in Nashville. This applies to all events and scheduled programs, including the NRA-ILA Forum. We sincerely regret the need for this action, particularly for our many loyal members who join us for this annual celebration of the NRA and our constitutional freedoms.  Details regarding a rescheduled NRA Members’ Meeting will be forthcoming.

Under the direction of NRA President Carolyn Meadows, the NRA Board of Directors is working with the Office of the Secretary in relation to board elections, meetings, and the like.  

Please know that we did not reach this decision lightly. We were ultimately guided by our responsibility to help ensure the safety and well-being of our NRA members, guests, and surrounding community.  

Please coordinate directly with any hotels, airlines or others who have assisted with your travel arrangements. Most companies have announced plans to accommodate travelers dealing with event cancellations.    

Thank you for your understanding and continued support.

Full details at www.nraam.org.






Honor Defense Pro9 and ProTac9 Launching at NRAAM

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020

Honor Defense will launch the Pro9 and ProTac9 next month at the NRA Annual Meeting.

Features:
• Ported Slide
• Gold flat 2-piece tactical Trigger
• Gold PVD barrel with 15 degree match crown for accuracy
• Two 10-round magazines.
• 1911 style backstrap and a full-backstrap for custom fit
• No Trigger-pull for disassembly
• 100% USA
• Assembled by Veterans

Pro9

• 3.2” barrel  with same award winning accuracy that beat the G43, Shield and Walther PPS in Gun Tests Magazine comparisons.

ProTac9 Compact

• 3.8” barrel with Rail

honordefense.com






EOTECH Vudu – 1-8×24 SFP Scope

Monday, April 29th, 2019

At last week’s National Rifle Association Annual Meeting & Exhibits in Indianapolis, EOTECH introduced the new 1-8×24 Second Focal Plane model to their Vudu line of variable power optics.

It is similar in design to their award winning 1-6×24 model but with additional magnification. The 1-8x model also features a daylight visible, illuminated .5moa center dot (at 8x) reticle as well as removable magnification throw lever.

The 30mm tube is constructed of T6 aluminum and is paired with low profile turrets.

This new update will not be available until late this year.

www.eotechinc.com






NRAAM 19 – Vault Series by Pelican

Sunday, April 28th, 2019

If you’re looking for a new gun case, Pelican has you covered with the Vault series.

Available in various sizes, these weather resistant cases are made from high impact polymer. They feature push button latches, stainless steel hasps.






NRAAM 19 – Limited Edition Mallard Active Bra Holster by Dene Adams

Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Mother’s Day is right around the corner. If the lady in your life concealed carries, you might want to consider the Limited Edition Mallard Active Bra Holster by Dene Adams.

This active bra features a forty-five-degree angled holster. However, it’s right hand draw only. Designed with Sub-compact and Micro single stack in mind (that’s pistol size guys).

Dene Adams offers a full line of clothing items with integrated holsters, for both women and men.

deneadams.com/collections/active-bra-holsters/products/limited-edition-mallard-active-bra-holster






NRAAM 19 – Freedom RDS by Leupold Optics

Saturday, April 27th, 2019

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This is the new Leupold Freedom Red Dot Sight. It is being offered in two different models. The first features capped precision ¼-MOA click adjustments, and the second features a precision exposed BDC elevation turret that ships with adjustments out to 500 yards for a standard 55-grain .223 round. The turrets use Leupold’s Custom Dial System. The dot size is 1 MOA and there are eight intensity settings. On a medium setting you’ll get about 1000 hours of use.

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But it’s not just for .223 rifles. If you decide to mount your Freedom RDS to a rifle that’s chambered in other popular AR-style calibers like a 6.5 Creedmoor or .300 Blackout, the Leupold Custom Shop can create you a new dial for a fee.

It also integrates Leupold’s Motion Sensor Technology (MST), which turns the illumination off after five minutes of inactivity, when it detects motion again, it instantly turns the illumination back on.

The standard model is $389 with mount and the BDC model is $599 with mount.






NRAAM 19 – ROMEO3 Max From SIG Optics

Saturday, April 27th, 2019

SIG Optics has launched the ROMEO3 Max Red Dot Optic in honor of Team SIG legend Max Michel. Due to its size, it’s generally associated with carbines an SMG’s, but I first noticed Max using one during his Guinness World Record shoot.

As you can see it features a mounting plate to accommodate the large footprint of the ROMEO3.

Don’t let this photo fool you, there are multiple intensity setting for the 6MOA dot. It was on a low setting.

Here it is on Max’s P320 X5 Carry.

I spoke briefly with Max about his experience with Red Dot Sights and why he preferred this optic in particular. Max related that he had begun using an optic equipped pistol on the early 90s initially with the Tasco optic and then transitioned to the C-More. Over the past couple of years he had adopted the SIG sight. “Most pistol engagements are at 15 yards or less and you don’t want a small dot,” Max explained. He went on to say, “the ROMEO3 offers clean glass, large field of view and a 6 MOA dot. At that distance you’re not going to cover up the target with the dot.”

Available soon from www.sigsauer.com.