Sweet GLOCK Optics Slides – Adams Arms – SHOT Show 2016

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VooDoo Innovations, part of the Adams Arms’ family, has announced the release of their first Glock drop-in barrel available for the G17 and G19 models in both Gen 3 and Gen 4 handguns. The barrel is machined from 416R stainless steel, and finished in Voodoo Innovations LifeCoat (Melonite and PVD) finish.  It is suppressor ready with a ½ x 28 threading that is protected with a thread protector until   ready for use.  The barrels are available now with an MSRP of $224.99.

9mm Match Grade Drop-in Barrel:

•    416R Stainless Steel
•    1:16 Twist
•    Chambered 9x19mm
•    Compatible with Glock 17 & 19 slide and frame
•    Weight:
•    Without Thread Protector: 4.112 oz
•    With Thread Protector: 4.56 oz
•    Length:
•    Without Thread Protector: 4.886″
•    With Thread Protector: 4.931″

New GLOCK barrels, textured slides, and an optics ready option.

New GLOCK barrels, textured slides, and an optics ready option.

A completely tricked out Enforcer.

A completely tricked out Slayer.

Adams Arms also introduced the final release of their optic ready Glock slides.  Optic ready slides on handguns seemed to be a theme this year at Shot Show.  Several companies like Sig Sauer and Glock debuted different variations of this concept.  The Adams Arms optic ready Glock slides are made from 416 stainless steel, threaded barrel, with a 1:16 rated twist.  Each slide comes with a thread protector that protects the crown, front and rear pocket serrations and a rugged triangular design on the slide.

There will be 3 tier offerings all available now.

The Brawler – is a standard replacement slide with no optic cut out.  This slide will come with black iron suppressor height sights, the barrel with a thread protector and all internals ready to go.  It will fit any large frame 9mm or 40 S&W as well as a 357 Sig frames will take this slide.   Adams Arms working on versions of this slide for the G19 and G23 with the same configuration just on a compact frame.  MSRP is $669.99.

The Enforcer – is cut for an optic and comes with white dots suppressor height sights.  MRSP is $779.99

The Slayer –  comes with a Trijicon RMR already mounted on the cutout and tritium suppressor height sights ready to go. Right now the RMR is the only option available, however, Adams Arms is developing variations for red dot optics from Vortex, Burris, C-More, Leupold and just about every red dot you can name.  The MSRP is $1164.99

Small Frame .308 – ALPHA-S RIFLE:

An upgraded version of the small frame short-stroke piston .308 AR-style rifle, was introduced as the 308 Alpha – S.  This model includes the XLP low profile 5 position adjustable gas block, Samson 15″ Evolution Rail, 18” rifle length fluted barrel, Magpul K2 Grip, AR Gold Trigger, and a Luth-AR butt stock. Over 50% of the rifle is reciprocal to standard AR-15 parts and accessories which is unique for the 308 platform.  Available on their website, the MSRP is $2265.48.

Caliber:  .308 WIN
Barrel:  18 Inches
Overall Length:  39 Inches
Weight:  8.85 pounds
Sights:  Optional
Finish:  Hardcoat anodized black
Capacity:  20 + 1

A .308 platform AR that makes the most of AR-15 parts.

A .308 platform AR that makes the most of AR-15 parts.

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  • Steve johnson February 3, 2016, 10:51 am

    Sooooo……. The slide costs more than a new Glock, that comes optic ready? And the super ninja slide costs twice as much as a new Glock with all the same features? But with this version you still need to buy a Glock frame? I don’t get it

  • John Q Public February 2, 2016, 9:45 am

    Personal opinion here: I hope Adams Arms has improved their product quality and most of all their non-existent customer service. I found both to be seriously lacking and I’m not the only one…read all the posts on FB, AR15.com, Sniperhide, etc…buyer beware… My particular problems (on the original purchase and more concerning on the replacement moths later) were product quality and safety issues and no joy on resolution. Hopefully they have fired the staff that don’t answer phones, messages on answering systems, nor return messages online for weeks…and don’t resolve problems for MONTHS. Not even after talking with the CEO did things get resolved in a timely manner…I assume it’s a company culture thing…like I said – hopefully things have changed for the buying public’s sake.

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