A popular accessory at Nagel’s is the X-Grip for the Glock series of pistols. This small sleeve fills in the space when you insert a Glock 17 magazine into a smaller framed Glock 19 giving you (2) extra rounds and allowing a full grip on the pistol. Also available to use with Glock 19 magazines […]
Nagel’s receive a shipment of Armalite brand Eagle Arms AR-15’s yesterday. These are quality AR’s made by a National name at a Great price of only $499.99. Currently we have the Standard model with the A-frame front sight and the Optics Ready model with no sights. The Optics Ready model has a built up front […]
Sad news for Vermont…High Capacity (i.e. standard capacity) magazines are now outlawed and more. The measure is not off to their NRA A-Rated Governor who is expected to sign the Bill. Click Continue Reading then Here for the news article
Gun Rights Group Open Carry Texas was in Olmos Park protesting an unlawful law when they were savagely attacked and arrested. These actions by Olmos Park Police Chief Rene Valenciano will face some tuff criticism for not following Texas State Law. Civil Suits against Olmos Park Police are sure to follow. Subsequent to the arrests the […]
Don’t let the media fool you, their goal is the confiscation of all privately held firearms in the United States. Click Continue Reading then Here for the NRA Article on the Repeal of 2nd Amendment Part II Here
Tango Down has brought to market a new +2 Magazine extension for the Glock 42 Series of pistols. This new product joins the already available +2 Extension for the Glock 43 Series. Nagel’s likes these as they are supplied with a longer magazine spring to maintain proper upward pressure on the rounds for reliable pistol […]
Without a lot of fanfare, soldiersystems.net is reporting that USSOCOM has moved away from the tried & true 308Win to the 6.5Creedmoor. For the rest of us, this means more 308 size rifles will be available in 6.5 in the near future. Ammunition prices will fall with the introduction of Government Purchase overruns too.
Today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Department of Justice is proposing to amend the regulations of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, clarifying that bump stocks fall within the definition of “machinegun” under federal law, as such devices allow a shooter of a semiautomatic firearm to initiate a continuous firing cycle […]