New CAA MCK TAC – The Most Compact MCK Yet

Luke C.
by Luke C.
New Compact MCK TAC Introduced by CAA – The Most compact MCK Yet

CAA is excited to announce their latest iteration of the Micro Conversion Kit intended for VIP protection, security, home defense, and of course range fun. The new CAA USA MCK TAC is the most compact version of the Micro Conversion Kit to date and is available and shipping now. The MCK TAC will also be available in a retrofit kit for converting your standard MCK into an MCK TAC.


New Compact MCK TAC Introduced by CAA – The Most compact MCK Yet

New CAA MCK TAC – The Most Compact MCK Yet

The combination of the shooter’s arm at full extension and the resistance from the bungee style sling creates a steady platform for added accuracy and control when shooting the MCK TAC. Installation of the upgrade kit is a simple user-friendly process that anyone can do in just seconds. Using quick instinctive pointing technique, this non-shouldered option provides compactness and speed with an additional cool factor at the range.

New Compact MCK TAC Introduced by CAA – The Most compact MCK Yet

The MCK TAC ships with a special bungee sling, sling swivel, and a pair of thumb rests for added stability and control when firing the platform. The TAC also adds storage space for an additional CR123 battery for your MCK flashlight or optic, or four 9mm rounds, or even a pair of in-ear hearing protection. The new TAC retrofit kit will fit all existing and future models of the Micro Conversion Kit. Pricing on the complete MCK TAC starts at $249.00 and retrofit kits are $29.95 for the Standalone TAC module or $89.95 for the TAC Kit Bundle which includes the sling, TAC, thumb rests, and sling swivel.

New Compact MCK TAC Introduced by CAA – The Most compact MCK Yet
Luke C.
Luke C.

Reloader SCSA Competitor Certified Pilot Currently able to pass himself off as the second cousin twice removed of Joe Flanigan. Instagram:

More by Luke C.

Join the conversation
3 of 12 comments
  • Deviant Ollam Deviant Ollam on Jun 28, 2021

    wow. that promo video is the pinnacle of cringe. from the lazy husband who hates his wife trope to the helpless woman who needs protectors trope.

    total missed opportunity for them to have the woman protectee in that executive protection scene bust out her *own* chassis and pistol and go to town along with her detail. that would have been a laugh and also showcase that she was able to carry one, as well, etc.

    but, mostly, i'm here to agree with the other commenters: the Roni and the MCK with an arm brace or stock style end for multiple points of contact with the shooter's body are useful and neat. the single-point sling "push out" technique was debunked as pretty useless by Ian McCollum and many others over the years, though.

    • Orion Orion on Jun 30, 2021

      @Deviant Ollam cant find anything where McCollum discusses the single point sling but in the 1990s when AR pistols first came to be, the single point sling became THE WAY to allow effective control and close quarters accuracy.

  • Badwolf Badwolf on Jun 29, 2021

    It’s good for people who have a pistol and can’t buy a separate PCC for whatever reason.

    Previous CAA versions were HUGE. So I like where this is going. But imo it’s still not small enough.

    Maybe get rid of the bulky front grip and just put Mlok slots?