What We Carry: M&P Shield

The most obvious everyday carry for people here at Apex is – undoubtedly – the M&P Shield. It is by far the most popular carry option here at Apex with a number of people counting on an Apex’d version of the Shield for their personal protection. The slim, staggered single-stack Shield was introduced by Smith & Wesson back in 2012...

paul / July 1, 2019 / Random Apex / 4 Comments

Freedom Edition Triggers Are Back, With Free Shipping Thru July 4th

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties is pleased to announce that their popular limited run Freedom Edition Triggers are back in stock in time for the Independence Day holiday. Additionally, Apex is offering free shipping on all orders from ApexTactical.com now through July 4th, with orders over $100 receiving a free Apex patch. The Freedom Edition models are available now...

paul / June 25, 2019 / Apex News / 0 Comments

Apex Reaches $175,000 In C.O.P.S. Donations

PEORIA, Ariz., – With its most recent donation of $10,000 to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), Apex Tactical Specialties has reached a total of $175,000 in total contributions to the nationwide not-for-profit dedicated to rebuilding the shattered lives of the survivors who have lost a loved one in the line of duty. Since October of 2016, Apex has been offering...

paul / June 19, 2019 / Apex News / 0 Comments

What We Carry: J-Frame Revolver

In the world of concealed carry firearms the subcompact semi-auto is all the rage, especially as companies increase capacity while sticking to a small overall profile. However, it’s more than likely that the J-Frame revolver from Smith & Wesson is the leader in the clubhouse when it comes to the top carry gun. We do not know the exact sales...

paul / June 17, 2019 / Random Apex / 0 Comments

Apex Seeking Shipping & Receiving Supervisor

Apex Tactical Specialties, the industry’s leader in the design, development and manufacture of aftermarket trigger kits for pistols, is seeking candidates for the position of Shipping and Receiving Supervisor at their Peoria, Arizona facility. The Shipping and Receiving Supervisor position coordinates activities of workers responsible for all aspects of Apex’s Shipping and Receiving department. Full Time Responsibilities and Essential Duties:...

paul / June 14, 2019 / Apex News / 0 Comments

What We Carry: M2.0 Compact

When it comes to ‘What We Carry’ you knew it wouldn’t take long for us to get to the M&P M2.0 and specifically the 4.00” Compact 9mm model. And that shouldn’t be a surprise considering nobody knows as much about the M&P’s fire control system as we do. Smith & Wesson expanded their M2.0 lineup with the Compact model in...

paul / June 4, 2019 / Random Apex / 4 Comments

What We Carry: Glock 43

The Glock 43, like most Glocks, has been a hugely popular pistol ever since it was officially introduced in April of 2015 during the NRA Show in Nashville, Tenn. The slim, single stack 9mm subcompact was designed specifically for the concealed carry market, which remains the core of the overall firearms market to this day. And judging by the attention...

paul / May 28, 2019 / Random Apex / 2 Comments

IDing The Ambi vs Reversible CZ P10 Mag Releases

When first introduced the CZ P10 C shipped with an ambidextrous magazine release. CZ has updated the magazine release design to a reversible style. Before upgrading your P10 C mag release with an Apex version, make sure yours is the original ambidextrous factory design. Here’s how you tell the difference.

paul / May 23, 2019 / Gun Maintainence Tips / 0 Comments

Back In Stock, Apex’s 4.25” Semi Drop-In Barrel for M&P Pistols

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties announces that the popular Apex Grade 4.25” Semi Drop-In Barrel for the 9mm M&P and M&P M2.0, part #105-053, is now back in stock and shipping. Designed by Apex CEO and founder Randy Lee, the Apex Grade Barrels for the M&P and M&P M2.0 utilize Apex’s proprietary geometry to deliver unprecedented accuracy, regardless of...

paul / May 21, 2019 / Apex News / 2 Comments

Don’t Be A ‘Dingus’

Know what you don’t know. And when it come to guns, if you don’t know what the parts on your guns are called, then don’t substitute made up words. And definitely don’t do this if you’re a YouTube gun reviewer. Because no matter how many subscribers you have, and no matter how authoritative you think you are, when you call...

paul / May 17, 2019 / Random Apex / 0 Comments

 

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