Natchez-Shooters-Supplies-logoLOS OSOS, Calif. – Apex Tactical Specialties announced that Natchez Shooters Supplies now stocks a number of Apex’s industry-leading aftermarket drop-in performance parts for firearms such as the M&P, M&P Shield, Sig Sauer P320 and Glock pistols.

“We’re very pleased to partner with Natchez Shooters Supplies to provide their customers with top performance upgrades from Apex,” said Randy Lee, president of Apex Tactical Specialties. “Natchez has a well deserved reputation for outstanding customer service and we think their loyal customers will appreciate the new choices they have when it comes to drop-in parts to give their pistols and revolvers that custom build feel.”

Based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Natchez Shooters Supplies was started 38 years ago by two families of sportsmen who began supplying fine quality products to the area. The company quickly became a one-stop-shop for all outdoor needs and developed a reputation for insuring customer satisfaction.

“We are proud to now carry Apex Tactical Specialties products. The team at Apex has long established themselves as the source for top quality triggers, components and parts for a rapidly expanding list of platforms. Being able to offer Apex products to our customers will help drive our goal of providing our customers with the best and most innovative products available in our industry,” Ronald Dan of Natchez Shooters Supplies.

Among the many popular Apex parts now available from Natchez are the:

Apex Action Enhancement Trigger for the Sig Sauer P320
Apex Flat-Faced Forward Set Sear & Trigger for the M&P
Apex Action Enhancement Trigger w/ Gen 3 Trigger Bar for Glocks
Apex Duty/Carry Action Enhancement Trigger & Kit for the M&P Shield
Apex Duty/Carry Spring Kit for J-Frame Revolvers

For more information on Natchez Shooters Supplies, or to place an order, visit or call (800) 251-7839. You can also request a Natchez catalog online.

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