Brownells 75th Anniversary - A Shooting Heritage

New Firearms Products 3-18-21

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Paul is back with a quartet of new goodies for us! Stag Arms designed their 6mm ARC Covenant rifle to take full advantage of Hornady's new long-range "Advanced Rifle Cartridge". The 6mm ARC cartridge delivers an effective 1,000-yard range, yet is short enough to fit in a standard AR-15 receiver. Stag's rifle has an 18" stainless steel barrel by Ballistic Advantage, capped by a VG6 muzzle brake, with a Magpul® MOE® pistol grip and PRS3 adjustable stock bringing up the rear. Armageddon Gear's Gunsmith Apron protects your snazzy duds while working on your guns. Lotsa pockets for small tools and parts, plus a Velcro® patch for add-on pouches, AND it even has MOLLE loops. Maybe Armageddon should call it the "Tactical Gunsmith Apron"? Winchester's new 6.8 Western cartridge uses a necked-down .270 WSM case, so it fits neatly into a short-action bolt rifle. The heavier, high-BC 160-grain bullet delivers 15% more energy than the .270 at 500 yards. It's called 6.8 Western because it's intended for big game hunting out West. From the Brownells mothership comes a handy small parts completion kit for Glock® 43 / 43X / 48 slides. Everything's in the little bag (minus the barrel) to complete your Brownells slide for these Glock® pistols. Finally, Paul assigns us KP duty with the new KE Arms KP-15 Mil-Spec Parts Kit that turns a stripped KP-15 polymer lower receiver into a complete AR-15 bottom half. Aside from its one-stop-shopping convenience, this kit also has a special hammer pin designed to fit the slightly wider-than-normal KP-15 lower. A mil-spec hammer pin will work, but the ends of the slightly longer KE Arms pin will sit flush with the outside of the receiver.

WARNING: Never attempt to disassemble or reassemble a firearm unless you are absolutely certain that it is empty and unloaded. Visually inspect the chamber, the magazine and firing mechanism to be absolutely certain that no ammunition remains in the firearm. Disassembly and reassembly should follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

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