New from Magpul

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posted on January 24, 2013
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Magpul is known for its creative design solutions, and the company rolled out some of its most innovative products yet at SHOT Show 2013. First comes the MOE Fixed Carbine Stock, which provides a fixed, non-collapsing stock option for carbine-length buffer tubes. It has a slim profile, improved cheek weld and multiple sling attachment options. The company also showed off the MOE-K2 Grip, which is a drop-in upgrade for AR-15/M4 pistol grips. It was a more vertical grip angle, which is optimized for short length-of-pull firearms.

Also introduced was the next edition of the company's PMAG line. You can get the scoop on that and everything else Magpul in the video below. For more, go to Magpul.com.

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