Brownells 75th Anniversary - A Shooting Heritage

New Firearms Products: 4-29-2021

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Brownells new product team leader Paul Levy has a pile of new items from Geissele Automatics, starting with the latest variant of the Super Duty AR-15 rifle sporting a Nitride-treated barrel. Nitriding produces a super-hard, extremely corrosion-resistant finish. The long list of other upgrades include Geissele's Super Modular Rail M-LOK® handguard with a marvelously rock-solid attachment system. The "bomb-proof" low-profile gas block is retained by a coiled roll pin, not setscrews, which can work loose over time. The Surefire flash suppressor is a custom job made just for Geissele; of course, it accepts Surefire sound suppressors. The bolt is forged to Geissele's special specs for exceptional strength and longevity. Unique texturing on the pivot / takedown pins, magazine release, and ambidextrous safety selector make them easy to operate under stress. The trigger is Geissele's Super Semi-Automatic (SSA) with Lightning Bow® - which you get ONLY on Geissele's complete AR-15s. Also: a B5 Systems adjustable stock, Super 42 braided recoil spring, and Geissele Airborne ambidextrous charging handle. Building an AR-15 in a color other than basic black? You might need Geissele's mil-spec M4 carbine buffer tubes hardcoat ANODIZED (not painted!) in O.D. Green, Gray, and their FDE-like Desert Dirt Color. Or do you want to put a bayonet on your AR but don't have the standard lug under the gas block? NO problem with Geissele's Super Stabby Bayonet Mount, which clamps neatly to a Picatinny handguard rail, so you can even side mount that bayonet. With the Every Day Carry Pistol Backpack, you'll have a place for everything and everything in its place - including your EDC pistol in a special compartment with an detachable holster inside. Zippered compartments galore, including a hard-shell one for your Oakleys, and a big, roomy compartment with a pull-out pistol case.

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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