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MPX +10’s in RED

mpx-redOur SIG MPX +10 extensions have become an instant hit — all the more so now that we have them in stock in RED. If you’re looking to maximize the capacity of your MPX and add a little “flash factor,” this is your part. For shooting your MPX in USPSA’s hot new “Pistol Caliber Carbine” division, this part is a must-have. Tactical shooters can’t ignore adding 10 more shots with such a small increase in bulk. 100% CNC machined from billet aluminum, made in USA

MPX +10’s in Black

mpx-blackOur SIG MPX +10 extensions have become an instant hit — all the more so now that we have them in stock in BLACK. If you’re looking to maximize the capacity of your MPX, while keeping everything but the thumbscrew a sleek black, this is your part.

Red, Black AR-15 Extensions available now!

red zombieLooking for more out of your AR?

Add one of our +4/+6 extensions.

We just took delivery on the black- and red-anodized versions — and they’re the bees knees. No-tools disassembly, smooth, easy-rolling locking screw, and a slick no-snag design makes this a hit with 3-Gunners. Whenever we take this design to a match — people try to buy it!

Belt Buckles for Shooters

spartan buckle 2tone

Cutting away the top layer of black ceracoat makes the helmet stand out boldly.

Spartan buckle reverse

5/64th’s hidden Allen fits all the screws on the buckle, and fits most Taylor Freelance basepad screws — also works as a field-expedient Glock armorer’s tool.

Over the last few months, we’ve been experimenting with belt buckles.

We’ve learned a lot, and will be rolling out a couple of options as time allows.

Here’s our first offering, done conjointly with Spartan Arms (a local gun store). Not only is it something of a tribute to wounded warriors everywhere, it’s handy. Hidden inside the buckle is a 5/64’s Allen wrench — exactly the size you need for most Taylor Freelance basepads.

We’ve milled this out of aluminum bar stock, then ceracoated it black before cutting a thin slice of aluminum off the “face” — leaving the helmet standing out with a near-mirror shine.