I’ve listed a few new products and have more coming soon-ish. Here’s the down-low…
I’ve repurposed the Beeman Marshall Grips and collaborated with a local manufacturer to turn them into bookends. It started out as a joke from my sister, but these things are no joke. They are thoughtfully designed, heavy, and well built in the USA by two Houston, TX based businesses. Check them out here: Beeman Buck-Ends
We get asked quite a bit for scope recommendations. In the budget category, these UTG compact AO Scopes are hard to beat. I’ve listed the Bug Buster AO Scopes with Dovetail or Pic Rings here: Bug Buster Scopes
I’m in talks with Hawke Sport Optics as well in the hopes that we can offer their Vantage line of scopes. Another great pick in the budget category. Are there any other budget optics y’all would like to see here? We have more of our open glass reflex sights on order. Should be in within two weeks.
UTG Flip-Up Irons
I’ve been a fan of these for a while. Now that we’re making parts for the Umarex Notos it seems a good time to offer these up, as they are perfect for that airgun in it’s OEM stock. The OEM Notos stock is not compatible with the UX iron sights, but these come out at the perfect height on that platform. Check them out here: UTG Super Slim Flip-Up Sights
If folks are interested I can make flip-up iron mounts for all sorts of airguns. I’ve been doing this for a while on my own collection. Just say the word and I’ll make it happen.
I have a lot of new products in the pipeline. Most of them will have to wait until next year as we are very busy fulfilling holiday orders. Here is a short list of what is upcoming in order of priority:
1 – Stormrider MJF Nylon Grip Adapter with tube receiver (Done, but waiting until we slow down a bit to release)
2 – Umarex Origin Tactical Conversion Kit (Done, but waiting until we slow down a bit to release)
3 – Rear Pic Adapter for Tube Receivers, like the Notos, P-Rod, Stormrider, etc.
UX Fusion 2
I’m also working on a pretty slick kit for the Umarex Fusion 2. Here’s a little preview:
After that, I’ll be releasing a few parts for the Huben GK1. I know most of our customers aren’t into $1700 airguns, but this on one is so unique that I couldn’t pass on the opportunity to kit it out. I will be going with commercial-grade fused PA12 Nylon for these parts. Here’s a pic of the first prototype printed up in my garage just for testing.
I’m still caring for my dad full-time and my oldest son and helper just broke his arm after falling off a hay bale… So it’s just me (and there ain’t much of me) printing, post-processing, and assembling parts. Please be patient with us while we get through this tough season. I’m working like a madman to keep up and move us forward. On that note, it’s currently midnight and I still have some work to do.
Until next time,