ATI Black Mamba AR-15 with 37mm Flare Launcher Combo

    ATI is selling a .223 AR-15 / 37mm flare launcher combo. At $999.95 it is not a bad deal for a whole lot of tacti-cool fun. The AR-15 is pretty basic M4-style rifle with quadrail handguard.

    I took photos of the below ATI / B&B launchers at SHOT Show …

    Survival Mate Launcher
    Extreme Duty Top Break
    Old School

    About the B&D Launchers …

    B&D launchers are made of 6061 aircraft grade aluminum and 4140 hardened steel. They can handle 37mm ammunition including flares, smoke and pyrotechnic rounds for civilian use and batons, CS gas, rubber pellets and other less-than-lethal options for law enforcement and military.

    The launchers in the B&D product lineup include:

    • The Original, the Top Break Launcher, or TBL, comes in a number of possible configurations. Standard is a 12” barrel with a full-length upper Picatinny rail, and a 1x Red/Green dot laser sight. The TBL is a single action/exposed hammer launcher available with solid poly rifle style or telescoping stocks, horizontal or vertical foregrip, and 12” or 16” barrel length. Wood stocks are also available as an option. (B&DT12RSH, B&DT16RSH, B&DT16TSV, B&DT16RSV, B&DT16TSH, B&DT12TSH, B&DT12WSW and B&DT16WSW)

    • The Survival Mate Launcher, or SML, is the pistol configuration 37mm launcher, offered in 6” and 12” barrel lengths. The latter comes equipped with a vertical foregrip. (B&DSML6 and B&DSML12)

    • The Extreme Duty Top Break, or ExD-37, caters to law enforcement and military and is intended to function consistently with training tactics; it is DAO with an internal hammer and approximately a 15 lb. trigger pull and available in 12” and 16” lengths, both with a custom aluminum vertical foregrip. (B&DE12CSV and B&DE16CSV)

    • The Under Barrel Launcher, or UBL, is the B&D recreation of the M-203. It has a 12” barrel with a full-length upper Picatinny rail for attachment to a Picatinny rail-equipped AR-15 style weapon such as the AT-15, distributed by ATI. (B&DUBL37)

    Steve Johnson

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