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SCARMag by Molon Labe Industries

Information  January 10 2013
 — By CJ Grisham
SCARMag by Molon Labe Industries

scarmag2Molon Labe Industries, manufacturers of polymer magazines and accessories for the FN SCAR rifle platform, has just launched its the new brand into the marketplace.

Molon Labe Industries (pronounced Moh-lone Lah-Veh), a veteran owned and operated business, will soon launch its patent pending SCARmag. The SCARmag was designed to operate in the SCAR 17, SCAR 17s, SCAR H and MK17 rifle systems and is compatible with 7.62 mm / .308 Win.

At half the weight of a factory FN SCAR magazine, the SCARmag will prove to be a great advancement in the world of FN SCAR magazines. The SCARmag has a zero-tilt, low-friction, self-lubricating follower system, so unlike the factory FN Herstal SCAR 17 magazine, it does not bind. The magazine spring is made from the highest quality stainless steel spring stock. The SCARmag is made of proprietary polymer that is virtually indestructible, exceeding Mil-Spec extreme temperatures parameters. Another unique feature of the SCARmag is the Stealth-Tex IR Signature Reduction Technology. The SCARmag also has enhanced grip protection.

The SCARmag will be available in a Black 20 Round, a Dark Earth 20 Round, a Black 25 Round and a Dark Earth 25 Round. The 20 Round models are expected to ship soon with the 25 round models following a few weeks after that.

Chris Gleason, founder of Molon Labe Industries, will be attending SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV January 15 – 18, 2012.

(3) Readers Comments

  1. I am a Viet Nam vet and want to give all veteran business’s my business. I am very pleased about the way this country is treating the returning vets, by country I mean the public. The government does very little for us.

    • Two things I want to say. We have a lot of VETS returning with the training, we the people have 300 million guns, seniors with knowledge of running things. You think there is a connecting thread here?

    • Agreed William. I’m very happy that we as a citizenry learned something from our failure to show respect to our Vietnam brethren. Please accept my sincere “welcome home, brother!” I’m glad you made it back, from one veteran to another.

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