Posts Tagged ‘Advanced Armament Corp’

Advanced Armament Corp – Aaron Patrick

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Advanced Armament Corp recently took Aaron Patrick, a young man with Encephalomalacia – a condition which causes him to be legally blind as well as limit his fine motor skills – on a feral hog hunt in Florida. They released this video, which details the hunt as well as Aaron’s experiences.

Advanced Armament Corp – Damn The Man Promo

Friday, April 18th, 2014


AAC is holding a special promotion: purchase a new AAC suppressor or Short Barreled Rifle, and AAC will give a $200 credit towards any future purchases made on

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Advanced Armament Corp Naga Hoody

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013


Advanced Armament Corp has taken the classic Arc’teryx Naga hoodie in Wolf Grey and embroidered the AAC ‘Xguns’ logo on the right shoulder and Blackout logo on the right chest. If you’ve been looking for a reason to own a Naga, AAC’s offering may just be that reason.

AAC 1911

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013


According to the AAC blog, hey have introduced a special version of the Remington R1 Enhanced Threaded 1911 (both the Remington and AAC version feature high sites and threaded barrel), with a Blackened barrel threaded .578-28, custom Grey VZ “Grenade” AAC logo grips, the Skull Xguns logo on the right side of the slide and “Advanced Armament Corp” on the left. The pistol will come in a Pelican case with custom cut foam and a TiRant45 silencer. This awesome package is available to dealer through AcuSport and is limited to 1000 units. AcuSport is taking orders now.


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Companies Who Have Dropped Advertising With ‘Recoil’ Magazine – Updated

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

SWR Manufacturing
Panteao Productions
ITS Tactical
Haley Strategic Partners
Truly Tactical
Magpul Industries
Bravo Company USA
DSG Arms
Vortex Optics
Advanced Armament Corp
ITW Military Products
Mission First Tactical
Ares Armor
Tactical Tailor
Daniel Defense

Please support them in their support of the Second Amendment.

AAC Yard Sale

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012


Advanced Armament is holding a yard sale of sorts. Visit the site to check out the deals.

Gobbler Knuckles from AAC

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

Referred to as a “Gobbler Knuckle”, it’s an interesting concept piece. Combining a 1911 bushing wrench with integrated hex wrench holes (including a 3/8″ for LaRue levers and KAC scope mounts) as well as a bottle opener, the “Gobbler Knuckle” features finger holes incorporated into the design which offer a better grip when using it to remove “stuck bushings or stuck beer tops, stuck scope mounts . . . Or other “stuck stuff.” Right now it’s still just a prototype. Hopefully, AAC will put these into production.

AAC’s Silencer Shoot

Sunday, September 20th, 2009

AAC's Silencer Shoot 2009
Photo Ted Tae

Advanced Armament Corporation was kind enough invite Soldier Systems Daily to attend the 2009 Silencer Shoot. Despite rainy weather the event was well attended and offered a rare opportunity for enthusiasts to fire suppressed as well as full auto weapons.

Wounded Warrior
Photo AAC

The Wounded Warrior Project was a big part of the Shoot’s activities and proceeds from the raffles were donated to the cause.

Attorney Goldman
Photo AAC

Attorney David Goldman gave a great presentation on NFA trusts during the Seminar held Friday evening. After hearing him speak I suggest that anyone who has a trust not specifically written to comply with the National Firearms Act take a look at his services.

Photo Ted Tae

AAC had their full line of suppressors on hand including the new Ti-RANT. Constructed of Grade 9 Titanium, heat treated 17-4 PH stainless steel, and high strength hard coat anodized 7075-T6 aluminum alloy, the Ti-RANT integrates AAC’s A.S.A.P. System (Assured Semi Automatic Performance).

Silencer Shoot 2009
Photo Ted Tae

Additionally, several vendors were on hand to display their wares in the vendor tent. Attendees had an opportunity to see the latest from a long list of suppressor and firearm producers as well as a few of our favorite soft good manufacturers. Arc’teryx displayed their entire line of LEAF products and had a couple of under the table samples of their new line coming out this Winter. Sorry, no sneak peeks; yet.

Gryphon Gloves from TAD
Photo Ted Tae

Gryphon Gloves from TAD
Photo Ted Tae

Triple Aught Designs had a great booth and was well represented by Mack and Dan. In addition to several of their new garments, they had a prototype of the upcoming Gryphon glove. They have put a lot of work into these and should be available this Fall.

Soldier Systems Daily would like to thank AAC for their hospitality as well as all of the vendors who took time to speak with us. You will be seeing future articles based on several of these products. Finally, a big thanks to Monster who provided free drinks through out the day.