1. TMC SG 2.0 Magazine Carriers.

    TMC SG 2.0 Magazine Carriers.

    As the technology behind tactical gear advances, gear snobs like us keep a watchful eye on the latest and greatest. When these caught our eyes, we were hooked. Once we used them, it was set in stone. Over the past few months, we've been playing with these pouches to figure out if they're the 'right' fit. We had to take many factors into consideration during this time to ensure that we had found something great. Afterall, we don't want you to buy a product from us that we wouldn't use ourselves. 

    Solely from the look, you see that these pouches aren't of any standard design, comprising mostly of injection molded parts. The inner body of the pouch is a rubber layer, with nylon accessories stitched directly into the surface. The inner rubber liner acts as a grip pad while remaining extremely flexible. The nylon attachments are rigid, yet flexible. You can stomp up and down on one of these all you want, you're not going to break it. 

    Adjustable retention comes in the form of interweaved shock cord that can be tightened or loosened to suit your ideal retention. To this note, this will also allow you to mount your pouches upside down without hesitation or fear that you'll find yourself short a mag or two. 

    On the back side, you'll find standard holster mounting patterns, allowing you to use your favorite holster mount if you see fit. 

    The Pistol versions include three mounts, MOLLE, Stack (to stack on top of a rifle pouch), or Belt, while the rifle options only include MOLLE mounting options. 

    What else do you need to sweeten the deal? How about the fact that they're only $20CAD each? 

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  2. Get tanned this summer with Limited Edition Tan ZetaMags

    We're unreasonably excited for this new development from Stark Pursuit. As of Monday, July 17th, shipping begins for the Limited Edition Tan ZetaMag.

    The Tan ZetaMag packs all of the performance and reliability of the current Generation3 platform with a sexy new look.

    Tan ZetaMags are available in two packs, and will only be available while quantities last.


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  3. What pistol grips fit on the M17?

    Any AR-15 or Airsoft GBB (Gas Blow Back) grips will fit on the M17 grip, though we have found that some grips including a back strap may need minor trimming to fit. 

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  4. What shrouds will fit my M17?

    MILSIG offers a full line of shrouds for the M17. All MILSIG Shrouds fit all MILSIG markers unless otherwise specified (ex: M17 CQC shrouds). 

    See the selection here: Handguards

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  5. BRH Installation supplement manual - English

    Please click below to download a PDF version of the MILSIG M17 BRH Installation supplement manual

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  6. MILSIG M17 PMC Manual - Français

    Please click below to download a PDF version of the MILSIG M17 PMC Manual

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  7. MILSIG M17 CQC Manual - English

    Please click below to download a PDF version of the MILSIG M17 CQC Manual

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  8. NODE™ Regulator manual - English

    Please click below to download a PDF version of the NODE™ Regulator Manual

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  9. Can I change the stock on my C.A.T.S. (Combat Air Thru Stock).

    Yes, the C.A.T.S. will fit any MILSPEC AR-15 buttstock. 

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  10. What is the difference between an 18 and 20 round square head magazine?

    The 18 round magazine is the first 18 round magazine on the market to continually and consistently feed 18 rounds. The time tested rotating channel inside allows First Strike to feed consistently without adding fin pressure that can damage or flip your First Strike rounds. 

    The 18 round magazine uses a high tension spring to exert more force on First Strike rounds. This is necessary because you will often run into flashing or burring on the fins of the round from the manufacturing process. In order to force the rounds through the magazine, a higher tension spring is required. 

    Due to the higher tension spring, it is recommended that you use a harder shelled paint in the 18 round magazine if you are not using First Strike rounds. We'd list off suggestions, but availability changes based on regions so we can't say what is best in your area. 

    The 20 round magazine is designed solely for the use of standard paintballs and has undergone over 8 generations of revisions to earn the title as the most reliable paintball magazine on the market. 

    This magazine holds 2 extra rounds, and has a lighter spring than the 18 round magazine in order to ensure reliable feeding with a variety of different brands and grades of paintballs. 

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