Friday, May 24, 2019

Changing Grip Screws on Your 1911-22 Pistols

If you own one of the Colt, Sig Sauer or GSG 1911-22 pistols then you know that the grip screws are specific to that gun.  Meaning if you want to change the grip screws to one of the many fancy aftermarket styles available for the 1911 platform, you can't.  But by replacing the Grip Screw Bushings on the gun you can then use your favorite after market grip screw to finish out customizing your 1911-22LR. With so many 1911 grip screw options available everyone can find a style that suites their taste for that custom look.

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The NicTaylor00 Grip Screw Bushings are specially made to adapt the metric thread pattern on the frame of the gun to the standard thread pattern of 1911 grip screws.  By replacing the Bushings found under the grips, the options are endless.  Standard 1911 grip screw bushings will NOT WORK on the Colt 1911-22 and the Sig Sauer / GSG (German Sport Gunworks) 1911-22LR pistols.

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You can get your Grip Screw Bushings for either the Colt Rail Gun, Gold Cup, Government or the Sig Sauer / GSG 1911-22 imported by ATI at 22LRupgrades.com

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Friday, May 10, 2019

AR15 / AR10 Flat Match Quality Trigger for $30!

I have been running with the Skeletonized Flat Trigger from Bull Moose Tactical for well over a year now. It resides in my SHTF rifle ready to go into action. This trigger is truly a drop-in-trigger and only replaces the GI trigger allowing you to save on cost be using your hammer, disconnector and springs. The geometries of the engagement point is finished nicely and allows for a clean pull every time.



The Flat Straight Trigger itself is designed to reduce the perceived pressure exerted on your trigger finger making you feel less pressure for each trigger pull.





Adding Reduced Power Springs will give the shooter even a lighter trigger pull. No too mention the trigger itself looks great in the gun.





With drop in match triggers starting at over a hundred dollars, this Skeletonized Trigger with reduced power springs with a price tag of $30 is a great drop in solution for those of us on a budget. You can get yours at Taylor Tactical Supply and don't forget to use the Free Shipping Code GUNSTREAMER for free shipping on your order.

Friday, May 3, 2019

16 Round Magazine Kits for the Smith & Wesson M&P22 COMPACT

Many people have asked for it and now they are available.  Here are the mag kits for the M&P22 Compact pistol to upgrade your factory 10 round magazines to 16 rounds.  The kits are comprised of an aluminum basepad, new magazine spring and follower.  By simply disassembling your factory 10 round mag and installing the hi-cap kit to the magazine tube, you can get 16 rounds in the mag.  With 1 in the chamber, that is 17 rounds in the gun!

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For those of us with larger than normal hands, you may find the COMPACT grip a bit small.  The added length of the basepad gives your paws more surface area to grip on.

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The M&P Compact 22LR pistol uses the little button the side of the factory magazine to engage the slide lock on the pistol.  That means when the factory magazine is shot empty, the little button makes the slide stay open on the gun.  When you install the 16+1 magazine kit you no longer use that little button so the slide lock on the pistol will not work.  However, the NicTaylor "locking follower" is designed to engage the bolt face of the pistol when the mag is empty and thus lock the pistol open.  This is similar to how the AR15 22LR conversion kits work.  The down side to this is that the mag will not drop free since the slide is resting on the follower.  You will have to either pull the slide back and manually engage the slide lock or just push the mag release and pull on the magazine at the same time.  If you do not like the locking feature of the kit, you can choose the "non locking follower" that does not engage the bolt face.  When the gun is empty, the slide will close and the mag can be dropped free.

If you have bought the 14+1 Magazine Kit for the M&P Compact and want to upgrade to the 16+1 kit, you can get the basepad on it's own and simply replace the factory basepad.

Remember, these kits are for the M&P-22 Compact and not the full sized M&P22.  You can get 15+1 and 17+1 magazine kits for the full sized M&P22 at Taylor-Tactical-Supply

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