BIPOD LEG LOCKING LEVERS NOW AVAILABLE TO UPGRADE BIPODS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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BIPOD LEG LOCKING LEVERS NOW AVAILABLE TO UPGRADE BIPODS

Beaverton, OR – Catalyst Arms, LLC, a firearms accessory company, has introduced ambidextrous Leg Locking Levers to significantly improve the performance of Harris Bipods.  Made for the Harris series bipods without “notched” legs, these new Leg Locking Levers allow the shooter to make rapid and efficient leg length adjustments with one hand and stay behind the rifle.  The new Leg Locking Levers easily install on top of the factory leg adjustment knobs.  To use in the field, simply pull the leg to the desired height and flip the lever to the locked position with the same hand.  To release, simply flip the lever the opposite direction.  Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, the new Catalyst Arms Leg Locking Levers are lightweight and install with a single screw without any modification or disassembly of the bipod.  With the bipod legs in the folded-up position they are conveniently out of the way to keep from getting hung up on each other or gear.  The new Catalyst Arms Leg Locking Levers are now available in black (hard coat anodized), Red (anodized) and Tan (Cerakote®) with an MSRP of $39.95. For more information go to www.catalystarms.com

 

Gear Review: Catalyst Arms Mag Release Extension for Ruger Precision Rifle

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By Louis K. Bonham

Since its introduction two years ago, the Ruger Precision Rifle turned the market for long-range precision rifles on its ear. For a street price of about a grand — less than half of what comparable rifles were going for at the time — you could get an out-of-the-box sub-MOA tack-driver.

What was equally revolutionary was that the RPR was a user-friendly platform that could be customized and improved as easily as an AR. Indeed, easily available AR grips, stocks, safeties, and some other parts can be swapped out to customize your RPR to meet your needs.

As aftermarket manufacturers tend to do when a popular new gun hits the market, many responded with RPR-specific items like trigger packs, barrels, handguards, and other custom bling for tricking out your Precision Rifle.


One of those areas of opportunity: the RPR’s magazine release. While there is nothing wrong per se with the RPR’s stock tab-style mag release, it’s not as ergonomic or convenient as it could be. The first wave in this area was a number of 3D-printed plastic Thingverse creations, which demonstrated that improvements to the mag release were indeed very doable.


The latest addition to this field is the Catalyst Arms Mag Release Extension for the RPR. Rather than being molded from plastic, it’s machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, with all corners and edges nicely relieved and then hard-coat anodized. Installation is a snap — the stock mag release fits snugly into a machined slot in the back of the Catalyst Arms extension, and a small machine screw (with a drop of Loctite for good measure) holds it in place.

 

When installed, it’s the same width as the magwell, fully ambidextrous and very solid. The mag release extension definitely improves the ergonomics of the RPR, allowing you to drop a mag without changing your grip. And it’s much easier to use than the stock mag release if you’re wearing gloves.

Specifications: Catalyst Arms RPR Mag Release

Material: Machined 6061-T6 aluminum
Colors: Black, Red, Coyote
Price: $29.95

Rating: (out of five stars)

Overall: * * * *
Nicely thought out and implemented, and works as advertised. I wouldn’t be surprised if, like other aftermarket RPR options, Ruger doesn’t adopt a design similar to this on future models.

Read the original article here: http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/08/daniel-zimmerman/gear-review-catalyst-arms-mag-release-extension-ruger-precision-rifle/

NEW MAG RELEASE EXTENSION FOR RUGER PRECISION RIFLES

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NEW MAG RELEASE EXTENSION FOR RUGER PRECISION RIFLES

Beaverton, OR – Catalyst Arms, LLC, a new firearms accessory company, has introduced an ambidextrous Magazine Release Extension for the Ruger Precision Rifle.  Now RPR shooters can easily make rapid and efficient magazine changes without changing their grip.  Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, the new Catalyst Arms MRE is lightweight and installs with a single screw without any modification or disassembly of the rifle.

Designed to be easily accessible yet snag resistant, the MRE’s profile sits forward of the trigger guard and matches the sides of the magazine well. 

Additionally the MRE has rounded edges to prevent activation from inadvertent contact with gear or the use of gloves.  The new Catalyst Arms Magazine release is now available in black (hard coat anodized), Rocket Red (anodized) and Tan (Cerakote®) with an MSRP of $29.95. For more information go to www.catalystarms.com

About Catalyst Arms: Catalyst Arms was founded in early 2017 with a simple goal; to develop innovative, shooter driven, truly useful firearms accessories.  Ideation comes from time out in the field and behind the gun while hunting, shooting in competitions, plinking and even while carrying for personal protection.  The RPR Magazine Release Extension is the first of many exciting products in process at Catalyst Arms.

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