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Hex Steel Challenge Plate Rack

MGM Targets

MGM Targets has expanded its Sportsman Series by introducing the Hex Steel Challenge Plate Rack. It has the same 8-inch hexagon-shaped target plates as other MGM targets. To hang the Hex Steel Challenge Plate Rack, slide the AR-500 hook welded to a section of rectangular tubing over a 2×4 wood beam. Set the beam caps on 2×4 posts, hang the targets on the hooks and the target is ready in a few minutes — no tools needed. For more info: (888) 767-7371, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/mgm-targets

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JMT Mk V

Jennings Machine And Tool

The JMT Mk V sight pusher uses a unique suspension system to hold the slide. The new design allows the Mk V to be used on pistols with angled sides on the slide such as the Springfield XD(M). The Mk V’s powder-coated frame is made from heavy wall steel tubing and has a bottom bolt topped with a rotating flat washer and three suspension bolts that come in contact with the slide. For more info: (205) 533-2033,
www.gunsmagazine.com/company/jennings-machine-and-tool

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MEC Marksman

MEC Shooting Sports

MEC Marksman is the latest offering of MEC Shooting Sports for the reloading enthusiast. THE MEC Marksman single-stage metallic reloader is made from ductile cast iron for superior quality and durability. It has a self-centering shell holder to provide accuracy and consistency to every load. For more info: (800) 797-4632, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/mec-shooting-sports

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LensPen Products

LensPen

LensPen products are ideal gifts for the outdoor enthusiast on your list. Here are some of the products: the Original LensPen for a DSLR, binocular and scope lenses; the MiniPro for a GoPro or other action cameras; MicroPro for eyepieces; FilterKlear for filters; and the DigiKlear for LCD displays. They all clean with a simple two-step process and use a similar carbon compound found in printer’s ink which make newspapers effective for cleaning glass. They are environmentally friendly and will provide 500 or more cleanings. For more info: (604) 681-6472, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/lenspen-parkside-optical-inc

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Lens Cleaning Kit

Breakthrough Clean and U.S. Optics

Breakthrough Clean and U.S. Optics have teamed up to produce a lens cleaning kit to meet the needs of shooters. It includes a LensPen X1 and cleaning cloth and a bottle of Breakthrough Clean lens cleaning solution, all encased in a zippered storage pouch. The contents of the kit were chosen to help shooters keep their optics in top working condition. For more info: (888) 455-5499,
www.gunsmagazine.com/company/breakthrough-clean

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Detachable Box Magazine

CDi Precision Gunworks

CDI Precision has introduced a new AICS-compatible Detachable Box Magazine (DBM) conversion for Ruger American short-action rifles. Two versions are available: the first retains the factory Ruger stock; the other is for aftermarket Boyd’s Rifle stocks. The DBM eliminates the need for a factory magazine and allows the use of AICS 5- or 10-round magazines. Discounts for military and LE. For more info: (941) 961-3185, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/cdiprecision

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Center-Drive Multi-Tool

Gerber Knives & Tools

Gerber’s Center-Drive Multi-Tool has a full-size driver on the center axis with a standard bit. This means you have all the ergonomics and torque you need at your disposal. A single flick of the thumb gets you access to a large outboard knife. The Center-Drive also features one-thumb opening sliding jaws when you need to use the spring-loaded pliers. For more info: (800) 705-2040, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/gerber-knives-&-tools

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Hexmag AR-10/.308 Magazine

Hexmag

Hexmag has come up with a .308 magazine for the AR-10 SR25 rifle platform. It is engineered using Hexmag’s PolyHex2 Advanced Composite polymer for durability. The magazine also features the Hexmag anti-tilt, self-lubricating follower for reliable feeding. The company’s unique patented exterior pattern provides a firm grip in any condition or environment with or without gloves. For more info: (970) 460-2000,
www.gunsmagazine.com/company/hexmag

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IMR Family of Powders

Hodgdon Powder Company

IMR Legendary Powders announces a new series of shotshell and pistol propellants from the Hodgdon Powder Company. Each powder is designed to match current shotshell bushing charts. The IMR family of powders consists of: 1) IMR Target—fast-burning pistol powder; 2) IMR Red—a powder for lead pistol target loads; 3) IMR Green—ideal as a trap handicap powder; 4) IMR Unequal—has a burn speed that can accommodate a wide range of shotshell and pistol cartridges; and 5) IMR Blue—has a slow burn speed ideal for heavy 12-gauge 2-3/4-inch, 3-inch and 3-1/2-inch field loads. For more info: (913) 362-9455, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/hodgdon-powder-company

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The X-HD Karambit

Emerson Knives

The X-HD Karambit was designed by Ernest Emerson who introduced the first modern folding karambit. The initials X-HD in this model stands for Extra Heavy Duty. The Karambit is tough and rugged, with two thick slabs of titanium covered in combat-grade G10. The lock features a replaceable steel insert and the heavy-duty handle has a full-size titanium backspacer. The X-HD Karambit has an overall length of 7.3 inches. Its S35VN steel blade with stone-washed finish is 2.7-inches long. For more info: (310) 593-5633,
www.gunsmagazine.com/company/emerson-knives-inc

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Versacarry Pro

Versacarry

The Versacarry Pro offers the same innovative design as the regular Versacarry Zerobulk Holster, but in an enhanced version. It features a self-molding, dual-comfort guard that reduces sharp edges from coming in contact with the user. The guard also has strong neodymium earth magnets sewn into the lining for solid closure and protection. Versacarry Pro is a great option for both IWB and OWB carry. There is no special drawing technique required. Just draw with a normal motion and the holster will release your firearm—even during stressful situations. For more info: (979) 820-3267, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/versacarry

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VZ AR Grip (ARG)

VZ Grips

VZ Grips announces the release of it newest product: the VZ AR Grip (ARG). The ARG is precision machined out of one solid piece of G10 laminate resulting in a solid and controlled grip. The textured G10 grip can be used with any variant of AR’s. VZ improves on an earlier version of the ARG by adjusting the grip angle to a 17-degree angle. This prevents grip fatigue and gives the shooter maneuverability around tight spaces. The ARG comes in two sizes: a standard and “shorty” version. For more info: (850) 422-1911, www.gunsmagazine.com/company/vz-grips

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6 thoughts on “New Products

  1. carl bellia

    I enjoy the magazine and do not throw them away. I have a pile up in a cabinet and refer to them weekly, read and re read the articles. I am looking to purchase a 10mm. This months article on the sig p220 10mm helps. I have a p320, so I know the sig quality. The ads cause me to go to websites I might not know about or never have seen. I like the gun evaluations and take the info to heart and base buying or not buying an item. Also it is nice to see ads from manufacturers that I have already purchased from.

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  2. Percy Claycomb

    My subscription has been running for a few years now. I thought I would comment on the articles I enjoy reading by Mr. Ayoob. Always precise, entertaining and enjoyable reading. I wish I could remember how many years ago I had first started reading his articles but alas…..Keep up the excellent work in publishing a number one rated magazine. It really is the “Finest in the Firearms Field Since 1955”.

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  3. George E. Sells

    I would like to see more articles about more reasonablely priced guns also articles on how to improve the older ,more reasonablely guns that younger shooters of more modest incomes can afford. Thank you . G.Sells -Selma,Ind.

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