Armageddon Tactical has teamed with SEG (Stealth Engineering Group) for a submission to the military program known as SURG or Suppressed Upper Receiver Group. If we are successful 10's of thousands of US military weapons would be outfitted with our GMS Type Charging Handles and SEG's uppers and suppressors.
This website will not let me post pictures to the Blog posts, but, you can see photos on our Facebook page by following the icon at the bottom of the screen.
Wish us luck with this submission! It's a big deal for us and would really put Armageddon on the map.
The Firearm Blog just completed a new review on the CompTek Type I Compensator/Brake. It is live on their site and Patrick did a great job as always. Please take a look at it by using the link below.
New promotional video for the CompTek Type I Compensator/Muzzle Brake.
Filmed and produced by Kris Hurrle and he did a great job as always. Please be sure your speakers are on.
This quote is from Aaron Henderson at Valhalla Tactical in reference to the CompTek Type I Muzzle Brakes. Thought I would share it with you.
“Pics do not do this justice. This comp is a true work of art and amazingly finished.”
This product is manufactured for us by Delltronics Inc.in Englewood, Colorado and finished by Burlington Engineering in Orange, California. We appreciate their attention to detail and their commitment to quality.
New review on the CompTek Type I Muzzle Brake and the Crush Washers from Kris Hurrle at "I Want That Review" is out today and I think you will like it. Please click on the link below to view and help support his site.
New review on the GMS handles from Red Beard Rifles. Watch the video. The link is below.
To Whom It May Concern,
I ordered one of your GMS-15 charging handles last week and it arrived Saturday. I found out about the GMS-15 after doing some searching on the internet and decided to give it a try. I had an opportunity to try it out this morning and I’m very pleased with it. I posted a review on the Indiana Gun Owner’s Forum and thought I’d share. I take particular pleasure in seeing small operations succeed by producing quality kit and you seem to be doing just that. Hopefully you’ll see some business from my area of the country as a result.
Cory W. Nash
Firearms Training Instructor - Indianapolis
Matt Hazzard posted a new review on the GMS-15 Charging Handles today. He did a great job as always. It can be found at www.jerkingthetrigger.com and I encourage you to visit and read his thoughts.
I do want to add that there is no difference in the ambidextrous operation when the bolt is locked back or when clearing a jam. It is the same from the left or the right. No disadvantage to either side. Please watch the video on RomeoTangoBravo.net for further clairification. Caleb does a great job of demonstrating the operation in all situations with either hand. Thanks again for checking out the reviews. The link to his video is: Armageddon Tactical GMS-15 Review