Alien Gear G19 Holsters

Alien Gear Holsters now offers premium holsters for Glock 19 pistols. Each concealed-carry holster is equipped to perfectly carry and retain your firearm for all-day comfort. Purchase a Glock 19 IWB holster and choose from the original leather Cloak Tuck or the composite Cloak Tuck 3.0. Both IWB holsters will provide you with ways to customize your holster’s cant, ride height and retention. As part of Alien Gear’s universal holster shell system, you will be able to swap out your Glock 19 gun shell to match other handguns that you would like to carry. (http://www.aliengearholsters.com; 208-215-2046)

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CMC Mags 9mm 1911 Mag

The unique design of the McCormick Integral Feed Ramp in the new CMC Mags 9mm extra-capacity magazine is larger than in any other mag. It is the ideal angle for the smoothest transition from the magazine to the chamber of the barrel. The anti-tilt, stainless steel follower provides extra lift as the 10 rounds travel up the magazine tube. The extra strength of the feed lips makes this the number one choice by 1911 manufacturing custom shops. The new XP 10-Rd 9mm magazine is the ultimate in reliability for 1911 pistols chambered for the 9mm cartridge. When Combat Handguns readers order online, they will receive free shipping. (http://www.cmcmags.com; 830-798-2863)

Gemtech Gm-9

The new Gemtech GM-9 is a culmination of over two decades of centerfire pistol suppressors. As many shooters are familiar with the company’s Tundra and Multimount models, the GM-9 takes the best of both of them and puts it into one package. The tube diameter is the standard 1.25 inches and it accepts all Multimount adapters. This suppressor is rated for subsonic 300 Blackout as well as full-auto 9mm. Gemtech offers a variety of mounts to adapt this suppressor to carbines, subguns and pistols. It can be used with lesser calibers also. To top all of this off, it is completely user serviceable. The tube separates from the G-Core and can be easily cleaned to prolong the life of the suppressor. (http://www.gem-tech.com; 208-939-7222)

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Gum Creek Standard Holster

Tailored to fit most autopistols and revolvers, Gum Creek’s holster series features ambidextrous belt loops for quick attachment to its Vehicle Handgun Mount (sold separately) for both convenience and easy left- or right-hand accessibility. This holster features an adjustable snap thumb break that can be quickly adjusted or completely removed if desired. The company’s more popular sizes are available with or without an extra mag pouch. The holsters are made in the USA and come with a lifetime warranty. (http://www.gumcreekcustoms.com; 888-381-7872)

Lasermax For Sig Sauer’s P226/P229

LaserMax’s Guide Rod Laser technology will now be offered in green for the Sig Sauer P226 and P229 platforms. The LMS-2261G and LMS-2291G units combine higher visibility with one of the most ruggedized laser sighting platform ever devised. Green lasers operate in a band of the light spectrum most visible to the human eye and therefore are uniquely suited for laser sighting devices. Appearing brighter through the broadest range of lighting conditions, LaserMax’s Green Guide Rod Laser constitutes the most advanced laser sight in this increasingly popular wavelength. (http://www.lasermax.com; 800-527-3703)

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Rock Island Armory TCM 1911S

Armscor/Rock Island Armory has expanded its TCM pistol series through two new entries in the line—the TCM Rock Ultra CCO and the TCM Rock Ultra CS-L. The TCM series features Armscor/RIA’s signature cartridge, the 22TCM9R, which has delivered 1911s that are high velocity, high capacity and low recoil. Following up its 2014 releases of the mid-sized and full-sized Rock and TAC TCM pistols, this year Armscor-RIA will also introduce the CCO and a left-handed version of the TCM Rock Ultra Compact. (http://www.armscor.com; 775-537-1444)

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