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New Firearms Products: 9-17-2020

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Brownells new product team leader Paul Levy is back from a short summer break to tell us about some of the awesome new gear that's come in recently. The RMR®cc is Trijicon's downsized version of their ever-popular RMR red dot sight. An RMR®cc will fit pistols as small as a Glock® 43 or a SIG P365 - and it's a great low-bulk sight upgrade for larger guns like the Glock® 19, too. A rugged all-aluminum housing protects the glass and the electronics inside, so it's ready to run hard; you can get your RMR®cc with one of two dot sizes.

SIG Sauer's Pivoting Contour Brace is designed for their MCX / MPX pistols, AND it's an excellent brace for the Brownells BRN-180™ lower receiver. In fact, it will fit any AR-15 or AK-type pistol with a Picatinny rail (MIL-STD 1913) attachment interface for a brace. The unique, low-profile forearm cuff opens up like a clamshell to reveal a nylon-web forearm strap. When not in use, this brace folds (pivots) forward parallel alongside the receiver.

Colt® Manufacturing has Brownells over a barrel - in a totally good way! Among the slew of genuine Colt® products coming online, is an impressive array of Colt® AR-15 barrels, including the much-in-demand 14.5" M4A1 carbine barrel. Colt® barrels come with all the sweet extras you don't get on cut-rate budget barrels: chrome-lined bore, military-type F-marked front sight tower with sling swivel / bayonet lug, and an inspection-marked M4 barrel extension. If you're going to be building up some AR-15s, you'll want Real Avid's new Pivot Pin Installation Tool, which makes the fiddly job of installing that pivot pin super easy and fast

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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