Magpul just announced new additions to their fall catalog with new tees for their apparel section. They are also now shipping new models of their instantly popular Glock-pattern magazines and Remington 700 Hunter stocks.
The company is adding two new T-shirt series, their in-house Microaggression shirts and tees designed in partnership with YouTube and Full30 channel Demolition Ranch. Magpul’s only got a pair of Microaggression tees for now, and we hope they’ll make more. These shirts jab at the thin-skinned and proudly say “Suck Less” and “Stupid Should Hurt.”
Magpul’s got three Demolition Ranch shirts for fans to show their love. Demolition Ranch has been growing steadily these past few years and the team has made a name for themselves with their over-the-top shooting capers. Between their exploits with the Can Cannon to playing pool with handguns instead of cues they’ve earned a solid following — and it’s clear that Magpul likes them too.
The trio of Demolition Ranch shirts include text and shotgun shell logo tees and a special “Creepin'” tee for Cooter-lovers. These shirts are either light cotton or heavier “Megablend” material and have MSRPs around $25 or less.
Of course apparel is just a side venture for Magpul. They’re the first name in polymer magazines and recently launched a new set of Glock-compatible mags. They are now shipping competition-ready PMAG 21 GL9 magazines.
These magazines are compatible with all double-stack Glock pistols chambered for 9mm Luger. They hold 21 rounds of ammunition and measure in at 140mm to meet specific shooting sports requirements. With a suggest retail price of $20 — and street prices around $15 — these are extremely affordable magazines compared to factory mags with extensions for competitions.
Like other PMAGs these magazines are constructed of reinforced polymer and have proven to withstand serious abuse. They also have witness holes on both sides for left- and right-handed shooters. They have a dot matrix on the floorplate to make marking magazines easily and clearly with a paint pen or even nail polish. The 21-round magazine is also compatible with Magpul’s rubber bumperpad L-Plate competition floorplates.
In addition to these 21-rounders Magpul makes flush-fitting 15- and 17-round Glock 19 and 17 mags and extended 27-round GL9 magazines.
Magpul is also expanding their Hunter family of rifle stocks with a new model for long-action Remington 700 rifles. These user-adjustable stocks have modular buttplate extentions to adjust length of pull and interchangeable cheekpieces. The forend also has M-Lok slots to accept a full range of rifle accessories.
What makes these stocks particularly cool is that they accept drop-in magwells that require no inletting or fitting. These magwells allow shooters to use AICS-pattern detatchable magazines for long-action or magnum cartridges (depending on which magwell is installed).
And finally, Magpul is getting back to its roots with a new spread of AR components for builders. Specifically, the company’s got new buffer tubes and parts for AR-15s and SR25/M110-compatible guns. The buffer tubes are 7075-T6 exceed MIL-SPEC standards. They have an internal surface treatment for enhanced lubricity and extra holes for more stock position options.
Along with the buffer tubes, Magpul’s offering AR-15 castle nuts, end plates, recoil springs and buffers from standard through H3 weights. At this rate they’ll make everything a builder needs to complete a lower save the receivers.
Not that Magpul-branded receivers wouldn’t be popular, too.