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Get a Free Pistol Barrel when you Buy Frames this weekend at Grey Ghost Precision

Friday, April 12th, 2019

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Grey Ghost Precision is having a BOGO deal this weekend. Buy 1 Frame, Get 1 Barrel of your choosing for free. They’ll even let you pick between their Compact CP Frame (G19 size) or their new Full-Size/Standard CP Frame (G17 size) that just became available as a preorder. Keep in mind you’ll have to transfer these at an FFL, as they are serialized stripped frames. Good news for those who don’t have access to a drill press or just suck with a Dremel tool.

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You also get to choose which free barrel you’ll get, from G19 to G17 lengths in stainless and black nitride, threaded or non-threaded. They also have G43 barrels available if you want to mix it up. Oh, and free shipping to your FFL.

Take advantage before the sale ends on Sunday @ Midnight. www.greyghostprecision.com

Black Winter Giveaway from Grey Ghost Precision

Friday, February 22nd, 2019

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Grey Ghost Precision is putting on a giveaway for the end of February. The Black Winter Giveaway features 3 prizes: a GGP MKII Light 556 rifle, a Billet AR-10 or AR-15 Receiver set (winner’s choice), or a G17 or G19 barrel (also winner’s choice). Three winners will be randomly selected and announced March 8th on Grey Ghost Precision Facebook and Instagram pages. You can enter the giveaway on GGP’s website here.

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New Slide Patterns from Grey Ghost Precision

Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

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Wallace, ID – Grey Ghost Precision is excited to announce that they have added two additional slide patterns to their GGP-19 and GGP-17 aftermarket Glock slide product line.

The new additions are simply called the V3 and V4, and while they share the same precision engineering and tightened critical tolerances of their predecessors the V1 and V2… they are offering something new to the optics-loving crowd. The V3 and V4 slides feature a hybrid MRDS cut. Previously the V1 and V2 slides were only cut and tapped for mounting the Trijicon RMR. However the V3 and V4 slides now feature a modified optic footprint to accommodate the slightly larger Leupold DeltaPoint Pro. Still want to mount your trusty Trijicon RMR? As it turns out, the DPP and RMR share a similar front profile without the bolt patterns intersecting each other. The primary difference in the footprints are overall length, but GGP resolved this with an ingenious aluminum shim plate for use with the shorter RMR. The result is dual compatibility right out of the box, without the need for bulky adapter plates that raise the optic further above the bore axis. Note: GGP provides three pairs of screws for mounting either the Leupold DPP, Trijicon RMR, or the G10 RMR cover plate (for you iron sight purists). Using the factory-length screws that come with your optic of choice will not install correctly.

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As if the optics feature wasn’t enough, the new patterns on the V3 and V4 are worth attention as well. At a quick glance, GGP’s V3 slide would seem to be standard angled serrations. However upon further inspection, the depth of the serrations taper inwards as the cut goes up the slide. This gives you a much more aggressive grip near the top of the slide for press checks and malfunction clearing drills, especially under sweaty, muddy, or bloody conditions. The top of the V3 has shallow cuts that also aid in press checks, while mimicking the design on top of the GGP Glock Barrels.

For the V4 slides, they’ve designed a studded micro-scale texture that provides an unmatched level of frictional grip in any direction of pull. Reminiscent of their V2 slide with “geoscales,” however this pattern is smaller and the little studs within each individual scale provide a much higher level of frictional grip in leu of traditional serrations. The V4 also has a top window cutout presumably for weight balance.

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 SPECS

  • Machined from 17-4 Billet Stainless Steel for tighter-than-factory-tolerances
  • Black Nitride coated inside and out for superior corrosion resistance
  • Dual compatibility with Leupold DPP and Trijicon RMR with supplied screws and shim plate
  • V3 Slide Pattern with tapered depth serrations for varying aggressiveness from top to bottom
  • V4 Slide Pattern with studded micro-scales for enhanced frictional grip
  • Available for Gen 3 or Gen 4 G19 compatible frames

The Grey Ghost Precision V3 and V4 is available for pre-order now for February delivery. Visit www.greyghostprecision.com for more details.

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For a hands on experience, visit Grey Ghost Precision at SHOT Show 2019, Booth #4366

Grey Ghost Precision Combat Pistol

Friday, July 27th, 2018

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With today’s Triggrcon Range Day, the cat’s out of the bag on Grey Ghost Precision’s Combat Pistol.

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Grey Ghost Precision Announces New Color Offerings for SPG43 Slides

Monday, July 16th, 2018

Lakewood, WA – Grey Ghost Precision, leading manufacturers of accurate, reliable, and attainable weapon systems, is excited to announce the that they are now offering three new Diamond-Like Coating (DLC) color options to their SPG43 GLOCK43 Slides.

GGP announced the release of their SPG43, the first true aftermarket upgrade slide for the G43 at SHOT Show 2018, in Las Vegas, NV. Precisely machined from a billet blank of American made, certified 17-4PH Stainless Steel with critical tolerances held to +/- .003”, the SPG43 has withheld the reliability and accuracy that Grey Ghost Precision’s products have been known for within the industry.

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The initial line of SPG43 slides were originally only available in a DLC signature Grey color; and are now offered in Black, Bronze and Flat Dark Earth, in addition to Grey for both V1 and V2 versions.

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DLC was chosen for its high levels of strength, hardness and corrosion resistance, along with its inherent lubricity which lends itself to reducing friction between metal surfaces.

“We are excited to bring more DLC color options to our customers,” stated GGP Vice President of Firearms, Jason Curns. “With the explosion of aftermarket options for the G43, it was important for us to give our loyal GGP customers more choices to build the G43 of their personal specifications.”

As is the case with every other product that comes out the door at Grey Ghost Precision, the SPG43’s attention to detail, fitment and mindset for the end user is paramount. The team spends no time, wasted on production – partnering with only the best in the industry, receiving feedback on exactly what the end users are looking for in a concealed carry pistol.

SPG43 SPECS
• Made from American 17-4PH Stainless Steel
• All critical dimensions held within +/-.003dz
• Strategically placed patterns for ease of use and function
• Coated with choice of Black, Grey, Bronze or Flat Dark Earth color options in DLC
• Ready to accept all GLOCK or aftermarket OEM G43 components
• Ready for GLOCK or OEM components to install right away

The Grey Ghost Precision SPG43 is available for pre-order now for end of July delivery. Visit www.greyghostprecision.com for more details.

Grey Ghost Precision Team Shooter JP Sullivan, Secures Top Placement at 3rd Annual, Task Force Dagger 3Gun Championship

Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

June 12, 2018 – Grey Ghost Precision is proud to announce team shooter, JP Sullivan’s fourth place finish, out of 154 competitors, at the 3rd Annual Task Force Dagger 3Gun Championship, held June 8-10, in Clinton, SC.

Sullivan, who competes in 3 Gun, USPSA, and Precision Rifle matches, has won numerous local matches and placed in the Top 10 at multiple major matches across the country using modified GGP Light 5.56 rifles.

Currently serving as an Army Captain on Active Duty with 3 deployments to Afghanistan and other overseas Assignments, Sullivan chooses to run the Grey Ghost Precision Light (5.56), with an 18″ barrel for his rifle during the competitions.

The 2018 Task Force Dagger Foundation 3Gun Championship is an entertaining three-day military-style, physically and mentally challenging event. The match features 8 stages, and 18 Squads with 15 competitors per squad. The stages are designed to present dynamic shooting challenges, as well each stage designed to individually memorialize a USSOCOM service member or a significant combat operation.

“The skill level of the competitors was no doubt the deepest talent pool I have seen at the match,” stated Sullivan. “The first and second place finishers are both multi-time national champions and damn near unstoppable so it was a battle for third, and I’m honored to have been among that group of finishers.”

Sullivan is one of several active duty, Special Operations Military members the team at Grey Ghost entrusts their firearms with, to provide honest and real feedback.

“My rifle is by far my best of the 3 guns I have. I also compete with the GGP Grim (6.5 Creedmoor), which doesn’t require any modifications due to it being so awesome out of the gate and ready for competition,” stated Sullivan. “Needless to say, the team at GGP is one that I trust completely.”

With a number of prototypes in the hands of trusted industry partners and professionals, from Special Forces teams and instructors, Law Enforcement, competition shooters and hardcore hunters, Grey Ghost isn’t one of those companies who asks for help and then decide they’re going to do it their way anyway. The team takes every ounce of feedback, in conjunction with design and engineering, and the product you see come out of the box will be the result of legitimate evaluations and honest opinion.

“We make it a point to remain relevant to our customers by being in constant contact with them,” stated Jason Curns, Vice President of GGP. “Feedback is the most important aspect in design and manufacturing – and we realize how imperative it is to humble ourselves to know that. We are incredibly end-user focused; and with several of our products currently being deployed with teams in combat, our focus on the feedback from those who put themselves into harms way is the most imperative.”

“Having JP as part of the Grey Ghost team is not only an honor, but is a truly imperative ingredient to how we as a company operate,” stated Casey Ingles, CEO of GGP. “Without professionals such as JP, we wouldn’t be able to produce the products we do, and be able to provide those who use them, the confidence to know they will operate when needed.”

Grey Ghost Awarded ISO 9001 Certification

Thursday, June 7th, 2018

Lakewood, WA – Grey Ghost Precision, leading manufacturers of accurate, reliable, and attainable weapon systems, is excited to announce the their awarding of its ISO 9001 Certification; a global recognition of consistent excellence measured to international standards of quality.

The International Organization of Standardization (ISO), who owns the certification process, awarded GGP the certification for upholding the standards, which specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Organizations use the standard set forth by the ISO to demonstrate their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirement.

“Our quality control process has always been a thorough one,” stated GGP CEO, Casey Ingels. “From initial concepts and drawings, through to final machining, there is no doubt about the final product that goes out the door. We partner with only the best in the industry, to ensure that every product that goes out the door is worthy of the GGP name.”

The awarding of the ISO 9001 certificate will also allow for GGP to more seamlessly work within the military communities, putting the right product in the hands of the warfighter. In many cases, the ISO Certification is required with government contracts, as it is a guarantee of certain criteria, qualifications, QAQC measures and procedural consistency established ahead of time.

This Certification comes after an arduous multi-stage audit and inspection process by an independent certifying authority (who independently must have been vetted by State and Federal levels from the International Accreditation Forum).

Grey Ghost Precision Announces MKII Version of Precision Rifles

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

Manufacturer Redesigns Most Popular Rifle Models

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Lakewood, WA – Grey Ghost Precision, leading manufacturers of accurate, reliable, and attainable weapon systems, is excited to announce the MKII versions of their most popular rifles, The GGP Heavy (.308 WIN), GGP Light (5.56 NATO) and the GRIM (6.5 Creedmoor).

Grey Ghost spends no time, wasted on production – partnering with only the best in the industry, to ensure that every product that goes out the door is worthy of it’s name, the team at GGP worked tirelessly to revise the previous models, guaranteeing the perfection that we know and expect.

The GGP Heavy (.308 WIN) is an extremely accurate semi-automatic rifle that fits the specific requests from sources operating in Afghanistan. The team at GGP coupled these demands with evaluations from Special Forces marksmanship instructors, competition shooters and avid hunters, and developed one of the most innovative and cutting-edge rifles in the in the DMR space.

Built with the GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet upper receiver and GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet ambi lower, the Heavy measures an overall length (with the extended GGP MKII Extended length (15″) M-LOK hand guard) of 38”, and a mere 35” when collapsed; and weighs in at 8.3lbs. It carries a 16″ .308WIN match grade BBL. 1×10 twist, 5/8-24 threaded muzzle with a GGP muzzle brake and Black Nitride coating in and out.

The GGP Light (5.56 NATO) is a real-world application rifle, which is as effective in home defense as it is on the battlefield. Designed to achieve a durable, reliable, affordable, accurate and attainable 5.56 rifle—all without compromising quality, the light is intended for hard use and everything that goes with it.

Built with a GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet upper with M4 feed ramps, and a GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet ambi lower, the GGP Light measures an overall length of 37” (stock extended), and 34” (collapsed); with an overall weight of 6.6lbs. Donned with a 16″ 5.56 BBL. 1×8 twist, 1/2-28 threaded muzzle with a GGP muzzle brake, and Black Nitride coating in and out.

The GGP MKII Grim (6.5 Creedmoor) came to light, after shooters began experiencing the accuracy potential of the Grey Ghost Precision catalog of rifles in other calibers. Several competitive shooters in the precision rifle circuit desired a gas gun that gave their beloved 6.5 Creedmoor round a platform, that maintained all the advantages of a modern semi-automatic sporting rifle – without compromising accuracy, consistency and performance. GGP worked to produce the GRIM, an exceedingly accurate 6.5 Creedmoor rifle that fit the specific requests of experienced snipers and PRS shooters looking for the ultimate tack driving instrument that would not only compete with other 6.5 Creedmoor rifles, but win.

“We decided that it was time to step away from the proprietary platform of the original GGP rifles, and remove all compromises; making the MKII versions much more user friendly and simplified,” stated Grey Ghost Precision, VP of Firearms, Jason Curns. “With the focus being that of a more simplistic, yet versatile design, the MKII versions are now lighter (almost a full pound less on each platform) and maintain tighter tolerances across the board.”

Curns, formerly at Mega Arms, was the lead designer in the GGP original platforms, is the brains behind the redesign; cutting everything down to its roots and building up again.

SPECS:

MKII Grim
· GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet upper receiver
· GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet ambi lower receiver
· GGP MKII Extended length (18″) M-LOK hand guard
· True Black Type III Mil Spec hard coat anodize
· 22″ 6.5 Creedmoor Proof Research BBL. 1×8 twist, 5/8-24 threaded muzzle with GGP muzzle brake, Rifle Length gas +2″
· Superlative Arms Adjustable Gas Block
· Bolt Carrier Group is Black Nitrided and MP/MPI tested
· H3 Buffer and Rifle Length Buffer Spring
· CMC Trigger 2-stage 2lb set/2lb release
· Radian Weapons Talon safety selector
· Radian Weapons Raptor charging handle
· MAGPUL MOE pistol grip / MAGPUL PRS Gen 3 Stock
· MAGPUL PMAG
· Overall Weight: 10 lbs / Overall Length: 44″

MKII Light
· GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet upper receiver with M4 feed ramps
· GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet ambi lower receiver
· GGP MKII Extended length (15″) M-LOK hand guard
· True Black Type III Class 2 Mil Spec hard coat anodize
· 16″ 5.56 BBL. 1×8 twist, 1/2-28 threaded muzzle with GGP muzzle brake, Black Nitride coating in and out, Mid Length gas.
· Superlative Arms Adjustable Gas Block
· Bolt Carrier Group is Black Nitrided and MP/MPI tested
· CMC Flat-Faced Single Stage trigger, 3 1/2 pound pull
· Radian Weapons Talon safety selector
· Radian Weapons Raptor charging handle
· MAGPUL MOE pistol grip / MAGPUL SL Stock
· MAGPUL PMAG
· Overall Weight: 6.6 lbs / Overall Length (stock extended): 37″ / Collapsed Length: 34″
· No sights or optics included

MKII Heavy
· GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet upper receiver
· GGP MKII 7075-T651 billet ambi lower receiver
· GGP MKII Extended length (15″) M-LOK hand guard
· True Black Type III Class 2 Mil Spec hard coat anodize
· 16″ .308WIN match grade BBL. 1×10 twist, 5/8-24 threaded muzzle with GGP muzzle brake, Black Nitride coating in and out, Mid Length gas.
· Superlative Arms Adjustable Gas Block
· Bolt Carrier Group is Black Nitrided and MP/MPI tested
· Carbine .308 Buffer and 17-7 Carbine Buffer Spring
· CMC Flat-Faced Single Stage trigger, 3 1/2 pound pull
· Radian Weapons Talon safety selector
· Radian Weapons Raptor charging handle
· MAGPUL MOE pistol grip / MAGPUL SL-S Stock
· MAGPUL PMAG
· Overall Weight: 8.3 lbs / Overall Length (stock extended): 38″ / Collapsed Length: 35″

The Grey Ghost Precision MKII rifles are available now for preorder through the website, www.greyghostprecision.com.