Designed to provide increased safety for shooters and gunsmiths working with AR-15 or M16 rifles, Brownells® has introduced the Safe-Port, which provides positive identification of an unloaded rifle.
“There are situations, such as during training, where the ability to quickly identify a clear weapon is of paramount importance,” said Brownells Vice President, Pete Brownell. “The Safe-Port gives positive visual identification that the rifle is safe to handle, and its bright safety orange construction is visible enough to be seen at a distance, making it ideal for use during range training.”
The Brownells Safe-Port installs easily on any AR-15 or M16 rifle, and ejects when the bolt is charged. The Safe-Port cannot be placed into a chamber while a round is loaded, however it can be utilized while a loaded magazine is installed in the rifle. As soon as the bolt is charged, the Safe-Port ejects, indicating a live rifle.
The Safe-Port can be marked with serial numbers for ease of identification in storage. The molded plastic construction will last a lifetime, yet won’t damage delicate gun finishes. Plus, like each product Brownells offers, the Safe-Port comes with the company’s guarantee of 100-percent satisfaction, or your money back.
The Brownells Safe-Port (SKU #084-000-194) sells for $13.64, and is available through the company’s Web site, http://www.brownells.com, or by calling Brownells at (800) 741-0015.
Brownells is the world’s largest supplier of factory gun parts, gunsmithing tools, equipment and firearms accessories. Since 1939, Brownells has been serving gunsmiths and firearms enthusiasts with the products they need to repair, protect and accessorize their firearms. Today, the company stocks more than 32,000 items, and its long-familiar horizontal-format catalog is known to shooters and gunsmiths worldwide as being uniquely Brownells. Products can be ordered by toll-free phone, fax or through the company’s Website. For more information, call 800-741-0015, Dept. #PCQ, or visit http://www.brownells.com.
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