Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier with RMR Mount

    Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier with RMR Mount (Mesa Tactical)

    Nevada-based Mesa Tactical have introduced their latest shell carrier combined with an RMR mount. Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, which is then anodized, the carrier can hold four or six shells and comes mounted with a Trijicon RMR. The mount is available for Remington, Mossberg, Beretta and Benelli tactical shotguns and has an MSRP ranging from $93 to $115.

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    Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier with RMR Mount (Mesa Tactical)

    Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier with RMR Mount (Mesa Tactical)

    Here’s Mesa Tactical’s announcement: 

    Mesa Tactical, designer and manufacturer of high-quality tactical accessories and equipment for law enforcement, military, and civilian shooters, has announced the availability of the new line of SureShell® shotshell carriers with integrated Trijicon® RMR® reflex sight mounts for the Benelli M2 and M4 shotguns. The RMR sight can co-witness with the shotgun factory ghost ring sights.

    The SureShell carriers with RMR mount are similar to Mesa Tactical’s SureShell carriers with integrated optics rail, instead of a Picatinny rail these carriers feature a precision machined mount for an RMR reflex sight. Built tough and ready for professional work, the SureShell aluminum carriers are machined from 6061-T6 aluminum with a Type 3 hard coat anodized for flat black durable finish. These shotshell carriers mount via drilled and tapped receiver holes and include an innovative rubber friction retention system which solidly holds shotshells in place. Available in four and six-shell configurations.

    The optional SureShell polymer carriers employ injection molded-glass filled nylon yokes which are secured to lightweight aluminum backplates by brass threaded inserts. The SureShell polymer carriers are lighter weight than aluminum and include an innovative dual rubber friction retention system. Available in a six-shell configuration only.

    Mesa Tactical’s four and six-shot SureShell aluminum shell carriers are an industry standard and the preferred choice of most federal, state, and municipal law enforcement agencies due to their hard anodized aircraft aluminum construction, fail-safe shell retention system, robust mounting method, and ease of installation. Mesa Tactical also manufactures other SureShell carriers in a variety of styles and mounting methods for Remington, Mossberg, Beretta and Benelli tactical shotguns. All Mesa Tactical products are 100% Made in America.

    Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier with RMR Mount (Mesa Tactical)

    Prices and availability

    SKU Item MSRP

    95190 SureShell Aluminum Carrier with RMR Mount for Ben M2 (4-Shell, 12-GA, 4 1/2 in) $110.00

    95240 SureShell Polymer Carrier with RMR Mount for Ben M2 (6-Shell, 12-GA, 4 1/2 in) $93.00

    95200 SureShell Aluminum Carrier with RMR Mount for Ben M2 (6-Shell, 12-GA, 4 1/2 in) $115.00

    95210 SureShell Aluminum Carrier with RMR Mount for Ben M4 (4-Shell, 12-GA, 5 1/2 in) $110.00

    95260 SureShell Polymer Carrier with RMR Mount for Ben M4 (6-Shell, 12-GA, 5 1/2 in) $93.00

    95220 SureShell Aluminum Carrier with RMR Mount for Ben M4 (6-Shell, 12-GA, 5 1/2 in) $115.00

    The Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier with RMR mount is available now, visit Mesa Tactical’s website at www.mesatactical.com for more information.



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