Special Weapons for Military & Police

H-S PRECISION GEN II MAG SYSTEM H-S Precision has rolled…

H-S Precision has rolled out a new and improved bottom metal unit/magazine system for its Pro-Series 2000 rifles, as well as drop-in versions for the Remington 700. The one-piece triggerguard/magazine frame comes in two lengths, one to accommodate the .223, .308 and short magnum cartridge families, and the other for standard, belted magnums, and full-length magnums like the .338 Lapua. In all, eight different magazines of standard and extended capacity are being offered. The new magazine boxes are of Teflon-coated stainless steel with stainless followers and polymer floor boots. For more information, call 605-341-3006 or visit hsprecision.com.

American Technologies Network (ATN) has raised the bar in providing digital thermal-imaging viewers in an affordable, rugged, pocket-sized package. Offering superior performance, the OTS-30 and OTS-60 are monocular viewers built around state-of-the- art uncooled thermal-imaging technology. These thermal imaging units are built with mil-spec optics and 800×600 OLED color displays. The digital features include menu functions such as reticle type and color selection, windage and elevation adjustments, and polarity single-button modes including black on white, white on black and five different color settings. For more information, call 800-910-2862 or visit atncorp.com.

Advanced Technology International (ATI) has introduced the Saiga Strikeforce Elite Package including the Scorpion Recoil System. The Saiga Strikeforce Elite is a six-position collapsible stock that offers an aluminum buffer tube and adjustable cheekrest. The Scorpion Recoil System includes ATI’s Scorpion Razorback Buttpad and Scorpion Recoil Pistol Grip so users will be able to absorb more recoil energy. The Razorback gives the user a non-slip, removable buttpad, and the Scorpion Recoil Pistol Grip provides a Sure-Grip textured surface to control muzzle lift. For more information, call 800-925-2522 or visit atigunstocks.com.

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