Presenting….The Apex Reset Assist Mechanism

Los Osos, CA Apex Tactical Specialties, Inc. (ATS) announces the release of the newest addition to its growing line of high quality drop-in parts for the Smith & Wesson M&P pistol line; the Reset Assist Mechanism (RAM). The RAM, which can be easily installed without the need for special tools, takes the M&P to new levels of shootability by producing...

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Apex RAM Additional Benefits

Randy and I took the RAM to Range Master of San Luis Obispo (aka our favorite place to shoot), I dragged along the camera and we decided to make another video for our friends all around the world. Aside from just improving the tactile reset of the M&P pistols, the RAM also acts as a failsafe trigger reset device. Randy...

scott / September 22, 2010 / Random Apex / 1 Comment

On Duty with Apex Tactical’s DCAEK

Following thorough testing and evaluation by their Lead Firearms Instructor, the Port Authority of Allegheny County, PA has officially approved the Apex Tactical Specialties DCAEK for use in Duty/Off Duty S&W M&P’s for it’s officers. This is a huge milestone for a small company like Apex. We’ve had numerous LE agancies across the country request and receive T&E samples of...

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New M&P Products From Apex Tactical

Exciting things are happening here at Apex. Randy had an epiphiny the other day and came up with a way to drastically improve the felt reset of the M&P pistol. We’re calling this part the Reset Assist Mechanism or R.A.M. for short. We’re not going to get into how it works just yet, but the handmade prototype is in one...

scott / September 2, 2010 / Random Apex / 2 Comments

BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU LOAD AMMO!!

We had a customer bring in his 627 the other day saying that he has a bit of a problem… That was a bit of an understatement. The cylinder was jammed shut due to a round being wedged across the barrel cylinder gap. After a couple hours of drilling and pounding on it, we finally got the cylinder open. We...

scott / September 1, 2010 / Random Apex / 4 Comments

 

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