By using a series of helical slots that match the twist rate of your AR15 rifle, Micor Industries’ new line of flash suppressors will reduce muzzle flash, improve accuracy and reduce muzzle climb. Provisions have been made to attach a blank firing adapter or a noise suppressor. It’s also available for calibers from .223 to .30 and twist rates of 1:7, 1:8, 1:9 and 1:10 inches. Get it at

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You will always know how many rounds are left with Command Arms Accessories’ polymer Countdown Mag. The color-coded indicator on the rear of the CDMAG indicates the exact number of rounds remaining with either a green (30-20 rounds), yellow (19-10) or red (9-0) background so the capacity can be determined without removing it from the rifle. There’s also a second indicator at the base of the mag for color reference only, ideal for displaying the approximate capacity of the mag when in a vest. Learn more at

Unlike most cumbersome and hard-to-decipher GPS systems, Bushnell’s BackTrack personal location finder has removed all the guesswork involved by using two buttons, an easy-to-read screen and the ability to save up to three locations. Combining GPS technology with a digital compass results in a compact design. Pick your saved location, push, and the BackTrack will provide distance and directions to your desired destination. Check out the various models at

The redesigned Agenda Six suppressor has a lighter, smaller diameter for the submachine gun. It reduces muzzle blast and flash signature more effectively than previous models; and is built around the 304 stainless steel tubing for a stronger, more durable and compact package. Available in matte black weighing 20 ounces with an overall length of 8.5 inches and a diameter of 1.625 inches. Find out more at

Wearing bulky clothing and armor impedes ease of manipulating a comfortable length-of-pull while using the HK UMP. The Hogue UMP Buttstock Adapter is the solution by accommodating any M4-type collapsible buttstock. Made of hard anodized 6061 billet aluminum and carefully designed to be consistent with natural cheek placement, its ease of use yields a more effective UMP operation. Learn more at

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These Operator Tactical Pants have a total of 10 pockets a cinch waist system, cargo pockets with an organizational system, two D-rings per cargo pocket, double knee fabric, ouble seat, dual front slit pockets, lower leg pockets, built-in blousing strings and slanted cargo pocket flags for seated access. Similar pants cost twice as much and without as many features. Get yours today before they run out at

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MICOR FLASH SUPPRESSORS By using a series of helical slots that match the twist…