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KAC SR-15 E3 Mod 2 M-LOK

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

We mentioned that KAC is now offering M-LOK during NRAAM, here it is…



NRAAM 2015 – KAC Introduces M-LOK URX4 Handguard

Friday, April 10th, 2015

Knight’s Armament Corp has introduced an M-LOK version of the URX4 Handguard which had previously only been available in KeyMod.

KAC – Universal Night Sight – Thermal Sniper Motorized

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Knight’s Armament recently introduced the Thermal sniper Motorized (TsM) variant of the Universal Night Sight. It’s an electric focus clip on Weapon Sight featuring high resolution (640×480, 17u) with magnification up to 8x.

You’ll notice a cable with a powered tethered remote that allows the shooter to focus, zoom, adjust gain, calibration, and polarity. Additionally, it offers battery storage with an extra 6-8 hours of use from the batteries contained in the remote switch. This feature also allows the hot swap of batteries while the thermal reamins in use.

As you can see, it is Picatinny compatible with a QR attachment for the unit itself and Velcro to the stock or other location, for the remote.  But what really sets the UNS-TsM apart from other sights on the market is the patent pending Ultra-Wideband wireless radio communications system. It allows the image captured by the UNS-TsM to be displayed via a variety of means, for example via digital video output to remote receivers, as a stand-alone rail mounted Weapon Sight, or as a Hand-Held imager.

They’ve also released a variant called the Ti, for Thermal individual. It is smaller, offers 4x magnification, but lacks the motorized, remote switching option.


This Is Me Shooting The KAC SR-47

Monday, January 19th, 2015


KAC – SHOT SHOW Pre-Release New Product Video for 2015!

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Visit Knightarmco.com or see Knight’s Armament in Booth #13372 at SHOT SHOW.

ADS Inc’s Sales Team Trains With Leupold and Knight’s Armament Corp

Monday, January 5th, 2015

I recently had a rare opportunity to participate alongside members of ADS Inc’s Sales Team in new equipment training of products from Leupold Optics and Knight’s Armament Corp at Special Operations Veteran Jim Smith’s Spartan Tactical just west of Fort Worth, Texas. It was unseasonably cold and wet that week but we made the best of it, combining classroom, pistol, carbine and SR-25 range sessions as well as a little practical application during a night shoot in search of wild hogs.


Jim has a great facility at Spartan Tactical with a variety of ranges with targets in excess of 1000m.

Classroom instruction was focused on optics, shooting theory and product info. Because the group had a variety of experience levels, hands on instruction started out with carbine basics with optics and ramped up to the point where the participants where engaging targets at 900m once we switched to the SR-25s.


Everything we did focused on the practical application of various Leupold optics, even during the day two handgun session. The event gave me a much better appreciation of Leupold’s lineup and I know that the ADS folks I accompanied gained a lot of confidence in their use and picked up some new understanding of customer requirements. They also got to take terminology and theory and apply them first hand to successfully engaging targets.


ADS Inc has been working with vendors for years to offer updates to enhance existing systems, new components and turnkey solutions to enhance the lethality of their customers. In fact, the new Weapons & Optics catalog is available for order where you can check them out.


Leupold is going to release some VERY cool new products at SHOT Show (can’t show them just yet). The ADS team is well acquainted with these items and can help agencies and units with placing orders. We’ve already shown you a couple of other new products from Knight’s (Anti-Cant Device, Improved 45 Degree 200-600m Offset Rear Sight and Bipod) and those are available through ADS Inc as well.


KAC to Offer Rail Mounted Anti-Cant Device

Monday, December 15th, 2014

I recently had an opportunity to spend some time with Leupold and Knight’s Armament Corp during new product training for ADS Inc‘s SOCOM team at Spartan Ranch near Fort Worth, Texas. I’ve shown this photo to exhibit KAC’s new Improved 45 Degree 200-600m Offset Rear Sight. Naturally, several readers had a “Squirrel!” moment, asking for information on the cool bubble level. You asked and so shall you receive.


There’s really not a lot to say about the KAC Rail Mounted Anti-Cant Device. It does what it’s designed to do, assist the shooter in preventing rifle cant. It’s Mil-Std 1913 compatible and mounts directly to the rail behind and below the optic, securing with a flat tip bolt.


As you can see, they’ve eliminated any sharp edges.


Make sure you stop by Knight’s booth at SHOT Show to get a first hand look at the Anti-Cant Device as well as their other new products.


KAC’s Improved 45 Degree 200-600m Offset Rear Sight

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014


During a recent range trip to West Texas’s Spartan Tactical along with Leupold and Knight’s Armament, I got a chance to see a few new items demonstrated by KAC’s Jack Luba and Kevin Boland.


You may have already read about the new bipod, so this time I’ll mention the Improved 45 Degree 200-600m Offset Rear Sight mounted to the SR-25 above.


Notice it is called an “Improved” model. That’s because while the actual sight itself remains unchanged, they’ve improved the base. The two main changes are that it’s now ambidextrous, and attaches with 1/8 hex rather than the screw, previously used.


Make sure you stop by Knight’s booth at SHOT Show to get a first hand look at this sight.