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New Firearms Products: 9-16-2021

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Paul Levy kicks off with the new Predator 4 rifle scopes from Steiner, which combine the ruggedness of military optics with a reticle and features optimized for the needs of hunters. That reticle is Steiner's illuminated second-focal-plane E3 reticle, and of course, you get Steiner's fantastic-quality glass - specially coated for superb low-light transmission - in a lightweight scope that costs LESS than a thousand bucks. Look out, the Feds are here! From Geissele Automatics, the Super Modular Rail MK4 Fed - short for "Federal," as these are the handguards Geissele puts on AR-15s it supplies to the FBI. The MK4 SMR comes with an extra-long barrel nut that ensures a perfectly aligned, rock-solid installation. Anti-rotation tabs and adjustable setscrews keep the MK4 Fed perfectly locked to the upper receiver. Paul explains the Picatinny rail / M-LOK® layout and the differences between the MK4 Fed and a standard MK4 handguard. Geissele's new MK15 handguard brings M-LOK® accessory-mounting convenience to the Heckler & Koch HK416 rifle. The 14.5"-long MK15 has a mounting system that perfectly clamps to the HK416's extended barrel nut. Magpul has updated its MOE® Enhanced AR-15 Triggerguard with setscrews to secure the it in the lower receiver instead of the traditional roll pins. Eliminates accidentally damaging your receiver when you hammer in the pins. You probably know VZ Grips for their G10 composite pistol grips. Their VZ Hydra Pistol Grip for the AR-15 is made of precision-machined G10, with wonderfully "aggressive" texturing and a little more vertical angle than the standard A2 grip. Last, Paul has the VZ Hydra 1-Slot M-LOK® cover made of the same material, in the same colors, with the same texturing options, as the Hydra Grips.

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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