ADCOR Builds a Revolutionary Rifle
The product of years of hands-on experience and experimentation, the ADCOR ELITE is not a “new and improved” rifle. It has a patented (Patent # 8,210,089) revolutionary gas piston system and other key patented features that set it apart from all other M4-type rifles. All components for the ADCOR ELITE are manufactured in the U.S.A. and it is built in the Adcor Defense factory in Baltimore, Maryland.
Magazine/cylinder capacity: 30 rounds
Barrel length: 16”
Overall length: 32” to 36”
Weight: 7.05 lb
Adcor Defense, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Baltimore, Maryland based Adcor Industries, Inc. For over 25 years, Adcor Industries has been a national defense contract supplier and it is one of the few firearm manufacturers in the country that are certified to quality standard AS9100. We build 9 of the critical components for the Trident missile system, radar system components for the F-16 Fighter, and other components for the U.S. military small arms industrial base.
With its diverse manufacturing capabilities and expertise as a defense industry supplier, Adcor was in an ideal position to design and build its own unique version of the M4 automatic rifle. Adcor Defense, Inc. was formed for that purpose.
HiViz Litewave Shines for Shotguns
HIVIZ Shooting Systems now offers LITEWAVE, their brightest and most durable design to their COMPSIGHT line—designed for serious shotgun shooters.
Promising faster target acquisition and improved marksmanship, the COMPSIGHT with LITEWAVE offers the HIIVZ interchangeable LitePipe system, which includes 7 replacement LitePipes (3 each red and green in .105, .120, and .135 diameter and one white in .135) meeting the sight-picture and light requirements of a variety of shooters.
Upgrade your favorite shotgun to LITEWAVE at your local dealer or check them out at hivizsights.com or call 800-589-4315.
Bad Boy Sets Off a Stampede
Bad Boy Off Road has a proud history and a dynamic future. Bad Boy was the pioneer of electric 4×4 technology, and in May the brand hit gas with the release of the all-new Stampede 900 4×4!
Bad Boy Off Road has launched an online campaign with a sneak peek at its new 80HP beast of a side-by-side. Consumers can go to this website to enter to win a grand prize Stampede 900 4×4, as well as other great prize packages:
Remote Control Lights, Cameras and Action
Larson Electronics, a leading industrial lighting company, announces the release of a newly designed remote controlled pan tilt base that provides an adjustable and stable platform for lights, cameras, and other electrical equipment.
The PTB-1 pan tilt base from Larson Electronics is constructed of die-cast aluminum and powder coated for added corrosion resistance. This pan tilt base enables remote controlling for lights, cameras, and other equipment when mounted to the eight by 10 inch mounting plate, which is capable of supporting up to 100 pounds. The wireless and hard-wired remotes allow operators to rotate the mounted equipment from zero degrees to 355 degrees, while providing a tilting range of -60 degrees to +30 degrees. When securely positioned, the base remains in place until remotely moved. It is durable enough to withstand strong winds, storms, and vibrations.
Hard-wired and wireless remotes are included with this pan tilt base (the hard-wired remote acts as the receiver for the wireless remote). The battery-operated wireless remote supports a wireless key fob, which initiates the following controls: up, down, left, right, and on/off. The wired remote extends 15 feet from the base of the light, while an extra 10 feet of cord runs from the remote to the power source. This unit allows low voltage equipment to be powered in-line with the remote controlled pan tilt base, allowing both units to be powered from a single source. Four pre-drilled holes in each corner of the base of the unit allow operators to mount the base to any flat surface.
“This pan tilt base adds remote operation to units that are normally fixed mount and can provide versatility to lights, cameras, and other electrical equipment weighing less than 100 pounds,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics.