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Magpul Industries Bought By New York Investors

Magpul Industries, a manufacturer of tactical accessories and developer of the Masada rifle now manufactured as the ACR (Adaptive Combat Rifle)Bushmaster Firearms, has sold a 51 percent controlling interest to private equity group for an undisclosed sum along with an additional $14.8 million in secondary financing to another investment house, Triangle Capital.

Product Preview: Magpul PRS GEN3 Buttstock

Magpul’s ubiquitous Precision Rifle/Sniper (PRS) buttstock is now in its third generation, and the newest iteration, although optimized for use with rifle-length buffer tubes, can also be configured to accommodate mil-spec carbine- and A5-length extensions.

Fear & Loading: Magpul Headlines are Deceiving

Gun and accessory sales have slowed from their record surge, and when Magpul Industries announced last week it no longer needs the services of the 85 temporary workers to meet the increased demand, some labeled it a “layoff.”

SHOT Show 2020: Magpul Pistol Braces

Magpul stepped into the market of pistol-stabilizing braces in 2020, rolling out two new models for owners of AR-style pistols.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Magpul MOE SL Handguard

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach takes a closer look at the Magpul MOE SL Handguard.

Magpul MP5: Accessories & Installation

Magpul Industries offers a new line of polymer furniture and accessories for the H&K MP5 family and its clones.

PMAG 17 GL9: Magpul’s Mea Culpa

Like men, now and then companies, even the best, mess up. How they handle a mistake says a lot about them.

The Magpul Way

Started in a garage by a Marine veteran to make one simple accessory, Richard Fitzpatrick’s Magpul has become one of the industry’s leading innovators. One that boldly took a stand for freedom and its principles.

Remington Announces Model 700 Magpul Rifle

Just announced, American Rifleman editors will be getting a closer look at the Model 700 Magpul rifle from Big Green.

Product Preview: Magpul MOE SL Handguard

Magpul’s M-LOK rail system has become a favorite option among shooters for attaching accessories such as slings, bipods and lights to hunting- and tactical-style longarms, especially AR/M4-pattern rifles.

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