GO BIG! PCC shooters, we were listening when you asked us for more! Our new +20 (51+1) kit isn’t just more capacity, it’s more strength, more durability, more features, and easier to clean — at a very competitive price! If you want “pro-level” equipment for PCC, you can’t do better than this!
I love my guys at Taylor Freelance. Yesterday we got angry at the cheap followers that came with a pack of Colt 9mm magazines. They were dragging and took a lot of handwork to fix. My guys told me they could build a custom one to fix all that. . and do it in a single day.
SHA-ZAM! Behold a custom Colt SMG follower prototype, cnc’ed from super-slick black Delrin. Such is the power of the mighty team of Michael Fox and Justin Eng!
Built to cradle our custom springs (they won’t take the “square” Colt spring), this follower is NOTICEABLY slicker/smoother than the various factory parts we used for reference. We’re recruiting some local guys with Colt PCC’s now to do some testing.
Say hello to “The Roosevelt”, our high capacity PCC magazine. We had tons of name suggestions and thought “The Roosevelt” was a great play on words and ideas. As in “Speak softly and carry a big stick.”
Can you say 66 rounds in a single mag!? Our high capacity magazine starts with a custom magazine created out of two metal magazines welded together coupled with our Colt +10 mag extension. If you want high capacity for your PCC Carbine, this is the magazine for you!
Check out this bad boy at http://taylorfreelancestore.com/the-roosevelt-high-capacit…/
The interview! Robin had a great time talking about PCC and the T-Mag system with Tony Pignato at Triggrcon. If you’re an “AR guy” Tony’s run-through explains a lot of why our T-Mag system is appearing on serious shooters’ guns. https://www.facebook.com/tacticalshit/videos/2184793661742846/
Radical cocking serrations — when we do cocking serrations, we get after it. We just finished this job on a client’s Glock 43. Grab this thing anywhere ahead of the ejection port, and it grabs you back. The cocking serrations are slanted forward to pull your fingers in — helping you get a more-positive grip.