Product Preview: Corvus Defensio AUG Case Deflector

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posted on March 1, 2019
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The Case Deflector from Corvus Defensio is designed to fit onto the ejection port of a Steyr AUG without the need to disassemble any components, change bolts or swap out the ejection port cover. Simply insert the 1-oz. device into the ejection port and expand it into place via two setscrews at the deflector’s rear. Once installed, the Deflector ejects spent cases either forward or to the side, allowing the shooter to fire the AUG from either shoulder. The Case Deflector can be mounted on any AUG that has not undergone a 9 mm Luger conversion. Price: $125. Contact Corvus Defensio.

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