New Products: V22N2

By The Small Arms Review Editorial Staff

Patriot Ordnance Factory P17, P19 and P34 Glock Slides

The new Glock slides from POF-USA are now shipping. They are available for Glock 19, 17 and 34 in both Gen 3 and Gen 4 models. The slides are machined from 17-4 stainless steel and feature a nitride heat-treated finish for maximum durability. Each slide comes red-dot ready with a cover plate and mounting hardware. pof-usa.com

Federal Premium Ammunition
Syntech Action Pistol Ammunition

Shooters who compete at the highest levels need ammunition built for the demands of their discipline. American Eagle® Syntech™ Action Pistol is specifically designed for the action shooting sports and loaded to power factor requirements with heavy, flatter-nosed bullets for more reliable knock-downs on steel targets in competition. Like all Syntech loads, they feature the exclusive Total Synthetic Jacket (TSJ™), which prevents metal-on-metal contact between the bullet and barrel, eliminating copper and lead fouling as well as reducing damaging heat and friction. Combined with clean-burning powders and the Catalyst™ lead-free primer, Syntech Action Pistol provides the softest-shooting and most reliable performance possible for high-volume competitive shooters. www.federalpremium.com

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Blue Force Gear
Tracer Pack

Like the other packs in the Blue Force Gear line, the Tracer Pack is named for an Allied deception operation during WW II quietly revealing its intention as a product to support the Blue Force. Designed to add additional capability in a “day pack” sized format, the new pack has features like side water bottle pockets, a quick-access pocket on top of the pack for sunglasses, travel documents, charging cables and an integrated laptop sleeve. The Tracer Pack is built in America with the same rugged durability and attention to detail as the rest of the combat-proven Blue Force Gear products and will be available 1st quarter of 2018. www.blueforcegear.com

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This article first appeared in Small Arms Review V22N2 (February 2018)
and was posted online on December 22, 2017


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