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Agency Arms LLC Mil-Spec Sig Sauer M17/320 Trigger

Friday, July 1st, 2022

Agency Arms LLC is proud to announce our new Mil-Spec trigger designed for the SIG Sauer M17/18 and 320 series pistols. This trigger is based on our commercially available patent pending trigger for the SIG Sauer 320 series of pistols.

Working with a government entity the face of the trigger was changed to be completely flat, and the trigger safety/spring have been made removable for servicing. These triggers will be available directly from Agency Arms LLC to Law Enforcement and Military only.

True North Concepts Racker

Friday, June 10th, 2022

“The Racker” is designed to avoid the extreme damage done to holsters during one-handed pistol manipulation drills. The commonly trained technique of catching the rear sight of a pistol on the curved top edge of a holster is both precarious and often damaging to the holster. Alternatively, some shooters choose to rack their pistol’s slide off of their belt buckle, which can damage the firearm’s rear sight or the lens of mini red dot sights.

The True North Concepts Racker provides a level and robust edge that captures the rear sight and facilitates racking/charging the firearm, with one hand. The Racker is constructed out of high strength polymer, and will wear instead of damaging your sights or firearm finish. Avoiding damage to your firearm is important, and for this reason The Racker was designed. The Racker mounts to any belt up to 2.25? wide, and will also thread through MOLLE/PALS webbing. The mounting bar is the same pattern as the proven Modular Holster Adaptor, and is cross compatible with the MHA mounting bars.

“The Racker” will assist those training in providing a more reliable reference point for single-handed manipulation of the pistol’s slide. The central location of mounting the Racker on the gun belt allows for repeatable reps, which builds confidence, speed and repeatability. When mounted, The Racker will stay firmly in one place on the belt, without sliding or moving around to worry about. Small and light, The Racker can be used on either side of the shooter’s belt, or two ran in mirrored tandem. Often there are few good points on the shooter’s “Support side” of their gun belt to manipulate pistol slides off of. The compact size of the Racker allows the product to be mounted in front of spare magazines on the “Support” side, or immediately in front of the holster on the “strong” or gun side of the belt.

A secondary feature factored into the design of The Racker, is the ability to remove a magazine stuck in the magazine well of their pistol. The inboard side of the racker has a flat edge to allow for the lip of the magazine’s base plate to be caught, using downward pressure applied to the firearm. After catching the magazine onto the racker, the shooter simply pulls out and way from themselves, allowing the magazine to slide out of the firearm’s mag well, and fall freely to the ground. This technique is extremely difficult to near impossible to accomplish one handed without the aid of the Racker.

Since the “The Racker” is designed for one-handed pistol manipulation, it works for more than just the tactical use of one handed pistol manipulation drills, as is taught for a wounded limb. It can also be used to enable a person with certain disabilities to operate a semi-auto pistol with one hand, such as those with limited or non-existent mobility in one arm. It can bolt directly to any desk, cabinet, shelf, workbench, wheelchair or nightstand to assist in chambering a cartridge for individuals with mobility or dexterity issues.

With time and use, the shooter will notice wear and scratches form on their Racker. This is the evidence of the abuse that would have been placed on their pistol’s sights or expensive holster, if manipulating their firearm one-handed in the traditional manner.  The Racker is designed to be a disposable part, however it will provide years of reliable, continuous use until replacement is needed. The worn face of the Racker can be quickly cleaned up periodically, by using a knife, razor, file or sandpaper to restore the profile of where the pistol’s sights impact the product.  Again, “The Racker” is designed to wear with use so you don’t place damaging wear on your firearm’s sights or holster.

Stay in the fight and save your holster.


.2 oz overall weight

Compact design

High strength polymer construction designed to take abuse

Includes mounting hardware for duty belts and PALS/MOLLE webbing

Currently available in Black and Earth Brown

Fits all belts up to 2.25? wide

MOLLE/PALS compatible

Rock-solid mounting

User repairable

US Army Issues NSN for B5 Systems Collapsible Precision Stock

Friday, June 10th, 2022

The US Army has issued National Stock Number 1005-01-701-3527 for the B5 Systems Collapsible Precision Stock which is a component of the Advanced Sniper Accessory Kit and used as an upgrade to Knights Armament M110 and M110A3 variants.

Blackout Defense Announces Licensing Agreement with Dead Air Silencers

Wednesday, June 8th, 2022

Phoenix, Arizona – Blackout Defense is pleased to announce that it has executed a licensing agreement with Dead Air Silencers, permitting Blackout Defense to manufacture devices with Dead Air’s KeyMo and Xeno mounting systems. With this licensing, Blackout Defense joins a short list of Dead Air approved third party manufacturers.

As an approved licensee, Blackout Defense has been vetted to ensure that it meets high manufacturing standards for metallurgy, tolerances, dimensions, and more, that are critical to compatibility with Dead Air’s suppressors. Accordingly, Dead Air will honor its lifetime suppressor warranty with the use of Blackout Defense licensed designs.  

“Dead Air is a market leader in the design of next generation sound suppression and we are thrilled to have this opportunity to license their technology and collaborate with them on design and manufacturing.  We look forward to designing devices with Dead Air that not only utilize their mounting technology, but also optimize the sound profile of their suppressors,” said Brooke Afshari, Owner & President.

Crockett’s Last Stand

Sunday, June 5th, 2022

The Texas origin story couldn’t be told without mentioning Davy Crockett and his Tennessee Volunteers at the Alamo so I couldn’t think of something more fitting at the NRAAM expo in Houston than this one-of-a-kind dipped magazine from Mission First Tactical.

This flipped image is from artist Robert Jenkins Onderdonk’s painting called “The Fall of the Alamo” or “Crockett’s Last Stand”.

Everyone who saw it wanted one but they made it just to show what they can do.

Rampart Range Day 22 – Gravel Agency

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

Gravel Agency represents a great portfolio of products for the Canadian armed professional. One item that caught my eye was this transport case by Raptor Products of Albuquerque.

Rifles mount in place via the magwell. This one is configured for 10 guns, but they have a wide variety of options available.

Rampart Range Day 22 – S&S Precision

Tuesday, May 31st, 2022

Developed for a military contract, I hadn’t seen the Grenade Launcher Holster kit from S&S Precision. The GLH Kit includes Holster, Pack, Pouched and Bandoleer.

The pack accommodates the M320 launcher as well as up to 18 40mm rounds. Due to its internal PALS webbing and quick draw handle opening, you can work from the bag, or pull everything out and quickly configure your kit when you’re ready.

Offered in Black, MultiCam, Tan and Toadvine.

S&S Precision products can be procured by agencies, departments, and units in Canada from Rampart International.

Multi Weapon Aiming Device from MATBOCK

Tuesday, May 31st, 2022

MATBOCK has finished the development of their Multi Weapon Aiming Device (MWAD), which was designed to shorten the kill chain for end users of indirect fire weapons, initially 40mm and 60mm platforms. Full system testing was completed on current operational weapon systems such as the M320, MK19, and M224 60mm mortar systems. MATBOCK is testing and evaluating recent updates to ballistics on 81mm and 120mm mortars in addition to other crew served weapons (CSW) which have been traditionally used solely as direct fire weapons systems.  Through end user input and testing MATBOCK has learned there is a significant use case for CSW platforms for “plunging fire” applications on systems such as the M2 .50 Caliber Machine Gun.

Here is a brief Targeting Overview video:

The MWAD is a multi-platform capable ballistic computer that digitally displays range and azimuth for indirect fire weapon systems. The MWAD provides real-time ballistic solutions that account for environmental conditions, round type, platform, and lot deviations.  This allows the user to put rounds on target with superior accuracy and faster than legacy aiming systems. Full integration into ATAK architecture allows direct input and receipt of call for fire missions, enhances situational awareness by broadcasting point of aim for entire teams, and enables accurate engagement and first round hits on moving targets. Software modifications can be made on request to include any direct fire weapons system.

• Simple manipulation with gloves and at night
• More rounds on target faster without the guesswork
• Integrates directly into ATAK
• Waterproof & shockproof
• ATAK device not included
• ATAK software provided via .apk file on delivery

How to use
• Mount the MWAD (In a garrison environment similar to zeroing a optic)
• Calibrate the system
• Select the weapon system on device; ie 320
• Select the ammunition being used; ie HEDP
• Raise the weapon system and engage targets.
• Target destroyed

For more information about the MWAD checkout: