Robin Taylor TaylorFreelance Neat new AR15 "Tmag" base system! Check it out!
Posted by Patrick E. Kelley on Tuesday, November 21, 2017
For the last month or so, we’ve been focusing hard on our “new products” list, pushing our R+D out ahead of our increased production capacity. To get there, we’re putting a lot of hours on a 3D printer, running off and testing one prototype after another. Barring major breakdowns, the following should debut between now and the end of the year:
1. Canik 140mm basepad (pre-order here: http://taylorfreelance.com/sho
2. Walther PPQ .45 “Speed Wedge” (pre-order here: http://taylorfreelance.com/sho
3. Accuracy International +2. Our first venture into Precision Rifle Series accessories parts turns the common 10-shot AI .308 mag into a 12-shot, helping eliminate the need for time-consuming reloads.
4. Rock Island Armory 140mm +3 (pre-order here: http://taylorfreelance.com/sho
If there’s something you/yours are looking for that you just can’t find on the market, send us e-mail through our contact form, and we’ll be happy to discuss it with you!
Changing gears: My daily life involves mass-produced polymer and machined steel firearms. This weekend I got to hunt pheasants with the men of my family using a hand-engraved Grade IV Ithaca side-by-side in 16 gauge. It belonged to my great-grandfather, and was given to me by my late grandfather many years ago. Using this hand-made 1920’s gem offers a step back in time for “modern gun” shooters like me. Dual triggers, drop-down cocking indicators, figured pistol-grip walnut stock, antique ivory bead sight, extractors with empty-shell ejectors, it has everything you’d want in a gun from that period — and it’s made by American gunsmiths. It kills birds like the purpose-built machine that it is, but if FEELS totally different than a modern auto or O/U double. I have some excellent modern shotguns, but none is as beautiful or as thought-provoking as this.
Something new for our CZ using customers. Our CZ-75 extensions are now available in red. Push your mags out to the maximum overall length allowed in 3-Gun with our extensions. Legal for USPSA and 3-Gun matches alike, these extensions DO NOT come off in use, yet are easy to disassemble with the help of a large Allen key.
Check it out in our store!