[NRAAM 2024] A Magnetic Red Dot Mount from High End Defense

Today Luke C is at the High End Defense booth at NRAAM 2024 checking out their brand new magnetically attached red dot mount. This new mount takes your standard iron-sight-only pistol and quickly converts it to accept the High End Defense “Fox” mount and red dot. This allows you to quickly swap your optic from pistol to pistol, or quickly remove it for maintenance or replacement – all with magnets.

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Arcflash Labs Introduces the GR-1 ANVIL Handheld Gauss Rifle

The folks over at Arcflash labs are excited to announce the introduction of the world’s first and only handled Gauss rifle – the GR-1 ANIVL. The GR-1 is a high-energy Gauss rifle capable of producing up to 100 Joules (75 ft-lbs) of muzzle energy – similar to that of an air rifle. The GR-1 is being marketed as a novel armament concept to circumvent the need for gunpowder, avoid firearms infringement and provide a new way to arm yourself. Better yet, Arcflash has put their GR-1 ANVIL into production and it is currently available for pre-order.

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WDITOT: Ammo Can Magnets

In this week’s addition of ‘Why Didn’t I Think Of That’ (or #WDITOT – come on Twitter trending!) are Ammo Can Magnets. Last week I stopped by MAC Tactical, my FFL/SOT, to pickup a new review gun (one that rhymes with Kimber) and on the way out the owner showed me a set of simple-but-elegant magnet labels that are specifically designed for .30 and .50 caliber ammo cans.

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Magnetic Panel from Atlas 46

The Atlas-46 AIMS 3″ Magnetic Pocket Clip is a belt-mountable (also looks to be MOLLE-compatible when adapters are used) magnetic tool “pouch” designed for ease of access and speed. As appropriately named, the panel is 3″ wide and complete with six magnets arrayed in three vertical rows of two magnets.

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NRA Offers Self-Branded Magnet Gun & Magazine Storage – "Multi-Mags"

Magnets within the shooting sports are growing in popularity quickly. (In fact, I just got in a NeoMag rare-earth magazine carrier for CCW). Latest to the table is the NRA with their “Multi-Mags”. 

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