Apex Offers Heavy Duty Striker for FN 509, FNS and FNS Compact Pistols

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties is pleased to announce the introduction of its replacement striker for the striker-fired model pistols from FN. Machined from a billet of stainless steel and heat treated for enhanced durability, the Apex Heavy Duty Striker works in all current models of the FN 509, as well as the FNS and FNS Compact pistols. It...

paul / July 30, 2019 / Apex News / 0 Comments

What We Carry: SD9VE

This one is going to ruffle a few feathers, especially among those peacocking on Instagram and YouTube as “an expert.” That’s because the SDVE from Smith & Wesson is not, in their minds, a top choice for an everyday carry. Just ask them. And, as self-proclaimed internet experts, they will be sure to tell you why it’s a horrible choice....

paul / July 22, 2019 / Random Apex / 13 Comments

Apex Offers Optic Mounting Plate for FN 509

PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties is pleased to announce the introduction and immediate availability of a mounting plate for the FN 509 Tactical model pistols. Designed specifically to fit the FN Low Profile Optics Mounting System™, the new Apex Optic Mount allows the user to securely mount the new Aimpoint® Acro P-1 optic to the slide of the FN...

paul / July 16, 2019 / Apex News / 0 Comments

What We Carry: FN 509 Midsize

The FN 509 family of pistols has quickly become a favorite of ours. We had been working on a trigger upgrade for the FNS and FNS Compact, the predecessors to the 509, when FN America reached out to us to design an aftermarket upgrade for their yet to be announced FN 509. That process took quite a while but we...

paul / July 8, 2019 / Random Apex / 4 Comments

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

 

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