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Labor Day Sales

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

This will be a single article post for ALL Labor Day Sales and will be updated as additional info is received so check back.

-MGI is having a Labor Day Special https://www.mgi-military.com/store/
On their Online Store starting tomorrow – Friday Sept 2 through Monday September 5 for 10% on all orders.

US CAV – 10% off from Sept 4 – 10. Get the code by signing up for their email newsletter or wait til Monday to get the public code that’s good for 1 day only. Note: Newsletter subscribers always get better codes that last longer.

Tactical Distributors – Check out the “Summer Clearance” category for savings up to 50%.

Gun Holsters Unlimited – 10% off all ammo in the store all weekend long!!! Simply register with the site and use the code CHEAPAMMO at checkout.

Tactical Assault Gear – This Labor Day, TAG wants to offer their loyal customers a secret coupon code to save 30% on all TAG/Shellback branded products. Use code “FBFAN” during the checkout process for your 30% savings. This sale is not being advertised on the TAG website, and is just for their loyal TAG fans and customers. This is our way of showing their appreciation for your unwavering service to our country and dedication to the TAG brand.

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools – Check out specials available through September 6th, 2011. Save 50% on selected knives. Order now as quantities are limited.

MGI Offers Enhanced Reliability Firing Pin & Bolt System for 7.62 x 39 ARs

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

MGI, originator of the Bushmaster pistol, has introduced an Enhanced Reliability Firing Pin & Bolt System for use with AR-15 style rifles converted for use with the 7.62 x 39 round. MGI claims that their Firing Pin & Bolt system closely mimics a true AK 47 firing system. Wolf Performance Ammunition agrees and highly recommends using the MGI Firing Pin & Bolt system when firing 7.62×39 ammo in the AR platform.

There have been many attempts ranging from removing metal from the rear of the bolt, or from the flange of the firing pin, in an effort to get more penetration into the harder primers used in many 7.62 type rounds. MGI’s answer was to displace enough mass in the primer to insure detonation. They have combined a harder firing pin with a magnafluxed mil-spec bolt and D-fender D-ring to increase extraction reliability.

www.mgi-military.com