The CAA MCK has been a popular handgun conversion kit that has seen pretty frequent updates and additions to its lineup over the years. This year CAA has announced new conversion kits that are now compatible with Smith & Wesson pistols.
CAA Introduces Smith & Wesson M&P Shield Pistol Compatible MCK Kits
CAA USA is very excited to reveal our new Micro Conversion Kit (MCK) for the Smith and Wesson M&P Shield in 9mm/.40s&w models.
The Micro Conversion Kit for the M&P Shield is the thinnest MCK we have ever produced due to the slim nature of the handgun itself. Featuring key advantages from our popular Gen2 platform, the MCKSHIELD will come standard with a Gen2 stabilizer, an aluminum top Picatinny rail, and a magazine button catch/release for stronger retention on the extra mag holder of the MCK.
At CAA USA, we get excited when our fans dictate what we do next. We are very happy to announce that after countless requests, we now have a Micro Conversion Kit for the Smith and Wesson SD9VE and SD40VE models. The MCKSWSD9 is a perfect duo between an affordable handgun and a conversion kit that is more bang than buck. Incorporating popular features from our GEN 2 platform, the MCKSWSD9 is what your customers have been waiting for!
While creating the conversion kit for the SD9VE/SD40VE, we have also given new life to our already popular MCKSWMP and MCKMPGEN1 conversion kits, for the Smith and Wesson M&P 9mm/.40sw (1.0 or 2.0). We realize that we were missing a piece of the puzzle on these models by not allowing compatibility with 4” models, so now moving forward, our M&P conversion kits will be compatible with the 3.6”, 4”, and 4.25” models. By adding our aluminum rail, a GEN2 stabilizer, and a magazine button catch to these models, we will bring it up to date with the features you have come to love and trust on your conversion kits. The improved M&P conversion kits will be shipping Pre-Christmas and will be valued alongside the MCKSWSD9.
It’s great to see that MCK is now compatible with more pistol models. Although I don’t have a personal use for these types of setups, I can see these being useful for someone who doesn’t have a lot of money to pour into a PCC setup and a pistol but wants the functionality of both with a little bit of setup in between. The Smith & Wesson models of the MCK are available for order now for $289.00 for all base models. For more information visit caagearup.com.