As the AR-15 rifle is under heavy assault from California lawmakers for “evil features,” as coined by gun and Second Amendment supporters, Cross Armory provides a solution for those new laws and regulations concerning AR-15 and M4 rifle owners.
The SAFE MAG allows rifle users to effectively release the magazine through a fixed magazine (watch the tutorial below). Cross Armory developed and patented the SAFE MAG as a byproduct of numerous stringent regulations passed into law, while organizations such as the National Rifle Association (NRA) and California Rifle and Pistol Association fight back.
Even though these new regulations are considered to be off base and unnecessary, the SAFE MAG system (when paired with the QUICK PINS) has been described as faster than the bullet button and delivers a seamless magazine release through a fixed magazine.
When the upper and lower receivers are separated, the SAFE MAG automatically releases the magazine without pushing a button. It prevents the removal of the magazine from your AR-15 or M4 rifle without disassembly of the action through proper installation of the SAFE MAG.
Still, the state of California is attempting to ram through legislation expanding the definition of an assault weapon, according to Guns.com.
Per the Guns.com story, “This comes three months after the withdrawal of an initial proposed rule formulated during the administration of Attorney General Kamala Harris, now a U.S. senator, to address changes required by legislation passed last year. That rule had been submitted after a proposed emergency regulation on making now-outlawed pre-ban magazines capable of holding more than 10 cartridges compliant, which, in turn, has also been pulled.”
Despite the legal wrangling, Cross Armory is committed to providing AR-15 and M4 rifle owners with a fast, reliable experience for a new magazine to be inserted when the receivers are closed and without compromising the hardware of the weapon or SAFE MAG.
When the SAFE MAG is paired with Cross Armory’s QUICK PINS, magazines changes are even more efficient and easier for the rifle operator.
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