The 2020 run on guns continues to rage on. With a Biden-Harris White House on the horizon, we all expect gun sales to remain historically high. That demand hits all segments of the market. So Phoenix Weaponry increased small parts production, available to the public.
Phoenix Weaponry Small Parts
“With current market conditions and supply for U.S.A. made small parts being increasingly difficult to find we knew we had to start manufacturing these ourselves,” said Aaron Cayce, owner, Phoenix Weaponry. “We have increased our production capacity of all of these parts to help accommodate dealers, distributors, and other manufacturers in the industry.”
Bolt Gas Rings
Gas rings for bolts are made from Rockwell C40 Shim Stock. A wire EDM machine eliminates burs and sharp edges. They sell in sets of three rings to complete one bolt. MSRP: $5.99.
One-Piece Magazine Release
Phoenix Weaponry machines magazine releases from a single piece of billet. The process eliminates a common weak point. They come in either 1018 Steel or 300 Series Stainless Steel. MSRP: $17.99 (1018), $24.99 (300).
Pivot & Takedown Detents
The company chose hardened steel for these pins to best resist wear over time. They sell in pairs, made to fit most ARs and pivot pins on the market. MSRP: $2.99.
Bolt Catch Plunger
Phoenix fully machines plungers from billet 1018 steel. It then applies a black oxide coating for corrosion resistance. MSRP: $2.99.
Bolt Catch Screw
Fully machined in-house, Phoenix uses billet 10118 steel with 6-32 threads. It then applies a black oxide coating for corrosion resistance. MSRP: $1.99.
This part also features a black oxide coating. Machined from 1018 steel, it retails for $1.99.
These replacement M-LOK-style nuts fit standard M-LOK 10-24 threaded hardware. MSRP: $1.89.
Ambi Charging Handles
The ambidextrous charging handles operate smoothly for both right- and left-handed shooters, according to Phoenix Weaponry. Made from billet aluminum, they retail for $154.99. For even more information, please visit phoenixweaponry.com.
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