PEORIA, Ariz., – Apex Tactical Specialties, the leading designer and manufacturer of aftermarket triggers for top selling pistols, is pleased to announce the company has now raised over $200,000 for Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), 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.

In addition to reaching this new milestone in its charitable donations, Apex has also expanded the Thin Blue Line Series with new Freedom Edition versions of the popular Thin Blue Line triggers. These new options feature a Blue center-mounted pivoting safety housed in a Black Type III Hardcoat Anodized trigger body that is laser engraved with a U.S. flag motif.

Apex currently offers four new Freedom Edition Thin Blue Line trigger kits. Available kits are for the following models:

Gen 3/4 Glock Pistols - Part# 102-B115-F
Gen 5 Glock Pistols - Part# 102-B116-F
Slim Frame Glock Pistols - Part# 102-B117-F
M&P M2.0 Pistols - Part# 100-B154-F

Shortly, Apex will be adding kits for the FN 509, FNS-Compact, FNS, M&P Shield, M&P Shield 45, the original M&P and Walther PPQ pistols.

Apex launched the Thin Blue Line Series in October of 2016 and donates 25% from each Thin Blue Line trigger kit sold to help fund the important programs administered by C.O.P.S.

For more information on parts from Apex Tactical Specialties, visit www.ApexTactical.com, like Apex Tactical on Facebook or follow @ApexTactical on Instagram or Twitter. Instructional videos on the installation of Apex parts are available on Apex's YouTube, Full30 and GunStreamer channels.

About C.O.P.S.
Concerns of Police Survivors is a nationwide not-for-profit organization with 55 Chapters across the country. Members of C.O.P.S. are always prepared to help survivors when they need it, where they need it. The organization’s mission has always been to “rebuild shattered lives” of the survivors. C.O.P.S. has a membership comprised of more than 52,000 people nationwide who have identified themselves as survivors nationwide. Unfortunately, that membership continues to grow as an average of 140-160 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty every year.

For more information, please visit www.concernsofpolicesurvivors.org or contact us via Facebook at www.facebook.com/nationalcops.