Installing The Apex Extractor In An M&P or M&P M2.0

Installing the Apex Failure Resistant Extractor in your M&P or M&P M2.0 is a lot easier than you think. In our newest installation video, Scott walks you step-by-step through the process, which is the same for both models. 100-068 Failure Resistant Extractor for M&P – Order Here 100-168 Failure Resistant Extractor for M&P M2.0 – Order Here

paul / June 20, 2018 / Gun Maintainence Tips / 0 Comments

Apex Announces Failure Resistant Extractor for M&P M2.0 Pistols

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties announces the release and immediate availability of its new Failure Resistant Extractor for the M&P M2.0 model pistols from Smith & Wesson. Like its extractor for the original M&P models, the Apex Failure Resistant Extractor for the M2.0 models is designed to ensure consistent and reliable extraction under the most adverse conditions. Critical engagement...

paul / June 19, 2018 / Apex News / 0 Comments

Free Shipping For Online Orders Nov. 17 Thru Nov. 27

PEORIA, Ariz. – Starting today, Friday, November 17, and running through Monday, November 27, Apex Tactical Specialties is offering free shipping on all orders from their online store at www.ApexTactical.com. In addition to free shipping, Apex is now taking orders for the new Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger Kit for the M&P M2.0. Take advantage of Apex’s free shipping to stock...

paul / November 17, 2017 / Apex News / 0 Comments

Apex Previewing New M2.0 Trigger at Phoenix Area Ranges

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties will be holding three special local range events this week to preview the new Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger Kit for the M&P M2.0. The Phoenix area events are being hosted by C2 Tactical in Tempe, Scottsdale Gun Club and Shooter’s World of Peoria. The preview events are scheduled for: Thursday, November 16 from 3:00pm...

paul / November 14, 2017 / Apex News / 0 Comments

paul / November 13, 2017 / Random Apex / 0 Comments

Dial In Your M2.0 Flatty

With the new Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger Kit you can dial in the trigger pull weight to the range you prefer. Using different combinations of the Apex and factory sear and trigger return springs you can set your trigger pull in the M2.0 from approximately 6.37 lbs down to 4.38 lbs. This range is based on our test sample so...

paul / November 10, 2017 / Gun Maintainence Tips / 7 Comments

Apex vs. Stock in the M&P M2.0

Here’s what happens when you upgrade your stock M&P M2.0 with the new Apex Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger Kit. The new M2.0 Apex Flatty does the following: – Reduces overall trigger travel by approximately 40% – Reduces trigger pull weight by up to 2 lbs. (approximately) – Delivers crisp trigger break – Smooths uptake and reset – Reduces trigger over-travel...

paul / November 9, 2017 / Apex News / 0 Comments

Apex Update On M2.0 Forward Set Trigger Development

We’ve received a lot of questions about our impending release of the Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger Kit for the M&P M2.0 and I wanted to provide a bit of insight and information to our loyal customers who have been waiting so patiently – and impatiently as the case may be. Yes, we are diligently working on a Flat-Faced Forward Set...

paul / September 15, 2017 / Apex News / 23 Comments

Apex Exhibiting At 2017 NRA Show

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties invites attendees of the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, April 28 through April 30 in Atlanta, to stop by booth #4260 for a hands-on look at the latest products, including soon to be released triggers and kits for the Beretta APX, FN 509, Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 and Sig Sauer P320. During...

paul / April 25, 2017 / Apex News / 20 Comments

How To ID The Apex Sears

Apex’s Fully Machined Sear was first introduced on December 23rd in 2009 – what we now celebrate as “Sear Day.” Designed by Apex’s founder, CEO and resident genius of design, Randy Lee, the Fully Machined Sear (the one with 1 Dot) reduces trigger pull weight, shortens over-travel and improves reset…like no other M&P sear can. That’s why it is and...

paul / March 16, 2017 / Gun Maintainence Tips / 0 Comments

 

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