Robin and Mike found another interesting product at the show. The Ruger PC Carbine. This video looks at the new features of the rifle. Spoiler…the PC Carbine uses Glock magazines and can hold 41+ rounds with the addition of our magazine extension shown in the video.
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:
Prototype of our new basepad for the Cannik TP9.
1. Canik 140mm basepad (pre-order here: http://taylorfreelance.com/shopping/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=34&products_id=247). The Canik has a growing fan club within practical shooting and defensive circles, and Canik drivers have been calling, asking for help. Our latest takes the excellent Canik 18-round magazine out to 22+1 capacity within the USPSA/3-Gun 140mm limit. That’s a huge improvement in firepower! As the on-line chat boards will tell you, there are a lot of parts made for the CZ and the SIG that “sorta” fit the Canik — but our parts ACTUALLY fit, without breaking any rules.
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.
Blue anodize has arrived! After sorting out a color variance problem, we’re seeing boxes trickle in and backorders go out. Glock 41+1, Walther PPQ Overdrive magwell, and the new blue-anodize PPQ competition basepad (foreground). We’re expecting our PPQ +6’s any day now.