California Compliant ISSC M22


 

ISSC‘s popular M22 will not be available in  California and Massachusetts.  ISSC will be shipping their popular  .22 lr pistols to California and Massachusetts giving those judicially confined shooters a chance to partake in some cheap Glock like plinking fun.

The new ISSC California and Massachusetts compliant M22 will be called the M22G.  It will share all the same features of the M22 with some few changes allowing it to be sold in those states.  The M22G will feature a 10 round magazine; multiple safeties, a picatinny rail and adjustable sights.  Expect the MSRP to be around $300.

 

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Raven Concealment SCAR 17s Mag Carrier

For those SCAR-H owners trying to find a magazine carrier for your magazines can now look to Raven Concealment Systems.  RCS makes some of the most popular kydex holsters on the market due to their quality and options, especially for those looking for a light bearing holster–they’re sometimes the only place where you’ll find them for a specific model.

I own a couple of RCS products and I have been completely satisfied with them so far.  I have no doubts that there are plenty of SCAR 17s owners out there that will be picking these up immediately.  The new RCS SCAR 17s magazine carriers are not up on the Raven Concealment website yet, but if you wish to order them, just add a rifle magazine carrier to your cart and state in the comment box you want the SCAR 17s–the only drawback is since everything RCS does is pretty much custom made, wait times for your order are usually long, but worth it.

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Brownells Paratrooper Charging Handle

Brownells is going to be selling a new AR-15 Charging handle called the Para-Trooper Changing handle.  This new charging handle has an oversized lever on the left hand side that folds against the receiver, creating a slim profile preventing it from snagging.  The Para-trooper charging handle opens instantly when tugged giving its operator more surface area along with a positive grip due to its deeply serrated edges.

It leaves plenty of clearance from scopes or optics that may be mounted on an A3 style upper since the paratrooper charging handle has a slight downward angle when in hte foled position.   The drop in ready Para-trooper charging handle is made out of 7075 T-6 solid billet alluminum with a Mil-Spec type III black hardcoat finish which matches most factory finishes.

I can see some shooters utilizing this type of charging handle. There’s a definite benefit to be seen from that larger latch, especially for SPR styles of AR-15 platforms that may have a large scope mounted up top which could prevent a positive and accessible grasp on the charging handle.  The price is relatively expensive at $99 compared to the popular PRI gas busting charging handles, or the BCM charging handles; however, the Brownells paratrooper charging handle provides twice the amount of surface area to grip with when extended while simultaneously having a slimmer profile while folded.   The Brownells Paratrooper Charging handle is available now at Brownells.com.

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PWS SRX (SCAR Rail Extension)

Primary Weapon Systems (PWS) has came out with a new, simple to install rail extension for the SCAR family of weapons.  The new SRX (SCAR Rail Extension) adds 5″ of picatinny real estate so SCAR owners have some more options to attach their accessories.  The SRX also features a sling swivel mounting point on each side and adds only about 7 ounces to the weight of the gun.

I would of loved to have this on the SCAR 17s we reviewed last month combined with an Magpul AFG.  I like getting that “out there” grip and the addition of the PWS SRX would of allowed me to shoot in my comfort zone.  The PWS SRX is available at PrimaryWeapons.com.

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