Military Arms Channel Takes a Look at THRiL Mags and AR Accessories feature

Military Arms Channel Takes a Look at THRiL Mags and AR Accessories | SHOT SHOW 2020

The 2020 SHOT Show is in the books and we revealed some awesome new THRiL mags and AR accessories for this year. If you’re a firearm fanatic, you have a lot to be excited about. In the video below, the Military Arms Channel caught up with us at the THRiL booth to look through the new firearm accessories. Check it out below and then learn more about the THRiL products below the video. 

Why THRiL Products? 

Before we launch into the firearm products and AR accessories discussed in the video, why should you consider buying from THRiL? Our product appeal is in our name – THRiL stands for Tactical, Hunting, Recreation, and Loyalty. If you use your firearms for any of these purposes, you will like our products, which we stand by. All our items are developed and manufactured in the USA with durable and rugged materials so they last. We also support our country’s service men and women by donating to charities that support them. If you’re passionate about tactical shooting, hunting hogs or coyotes, plinking at the shooting range, or supporting our country’s military personnel, you’re going to love our products. 

New THRiL Mags and AR Accessories

The first item they discuss on the video is an AKV 9mm magazine that THRiL designed and developed for PSA in 2018, which is in addition to the new PSA U9 mag. Building on that success and experience, several new THRiL products were developed for 2020 that we think you’re going to like. 

Bantam Stock

This new and compact stock has a smaller profile and footprint to reduce weight (it weighs under 4 ounces). It comes with inserts to attach a butt plate to suit your preference. This stock also features a snag-free design because the pivoting point adjustment is located on the front. And with a tensioning device on the inside, you can firmly and securely attach it without it wiggling loose.

THRil AR accessories PMX 22 Magazine

PMX 22 Magazine

This modern version of the 10/22 magazine has a straightened stack that feeds straight so the rounds don’t get twisted. It has a rubber strike plate on the bottom to make it more durable. It also features a recessed magazine loader to make loading easier, which is located on the back of the magazine so you can’t stall it if you grip the magazine. This is one of the new THRiL products coming out in 2020, and it will retail for $29.99.

THRil AR accessories PMX AR Magazine

PMX AR Magazine

As with the 10-22 design, this PMX AR magazine comes with a rubber strike plate too. It has a saw-tooth design for good grip even with gloves on, but its rounded edges make it more ergonomic. The durable polymer-matrix (PMX) design features a 30-round mag developed for AR15 and M4 receivers. This item retails for $13.49. 

THRil AR accessories RTG Rugged Tactical Grip

Rugged Tactical Grip

The new Rugged Tactical Grip (RTG) features a coarse, laser-etched grip to allow good contact with your gloves, but it still feels good from an ergonomic standpoint. It also comes in a few different colors so you can customize your rifle the way you want. The THRiL RTG is compatible with AR15 and M4 receivers. This item retails for $16.99. 

THRil AR accessories PMX SM9 Magazine

SM9 Magazine

Building on the design of the THRiL scorpion magazinethe PMX SM9 magazine is another one of the new THRiL products introduced at SHOT. It is a 35-round mag with steel wrap-around feed lips and a rubber strike plate. This item will retail for $39.99. 

THRil AR accessories CCS Combat Competition Stock


CCS Stock

The Combat Competition Stock (CCS) is named after its primary purpose: for those in combat situations or who like to compete. It is lightweight and streamlined with a recessed latch so you don’t snag it on anything. It has a removable rubberized butt plate and internal tensioning device. The CCS also has dual QD sling mounts. This item retails for $57.99. 

We hope you’ll try these new products out yourself this year. A big part of the appeal for most AR owners is being able to customize your guns. With these great options, you have plenty to add. 


The Importance of Being Able to Shoot on The Move

This week Instructor Zee takes us through “Shooting While Moving.” While Zee comes across as just another guy on the internet, MSG Zee Durham was the Team Sergeant of a Special Forces A-Team, and not just any A-Team; but a CRF Assault Team. What’s that you ask? Those are the guys that do assaults for a living… The best of the best. So, when he talks about assaulter skills like working around obstacles and shooting while moving… well, this guy knows what he is talking about and he has done it “Real World” all over this fine planet of ours.

First and foremost, master the basic fundamentals of marksmanship. However, once we have a good grasp of the shooting fundamentals and safe manipulation of weapons, we need to introduce other complexities into our training. Moving does not only adding complexity, it is adding a necessary ingredient for survival! We cannot sit still and hope for the best when someone is sending bullets our way. Even if you never trained a day in your life, I guarantee that you will move in some manner if you hear the zing of a bullet by your head. Since that is true, we should deliberately train to move in a fashion that sets us up for success, don’t you think? We want to move aggressively and also employ our weapon system accurately so we must have a method that allows for a steady sight picture. That is what we show here. Heel to toe, knees bent for shock absorber support, upper body stays as level as possible. While that sounds easy, it really takes practice. Watching a video is not going to make you a master of shooting while moving.


You need to practice this and you need to practice this a lot. Now, we are big on dry-firing at home. You can also “dry-fire” moving drills at home. However, you wandering around the house with a weapon in your hand may freak out the pets and neighbors. Zee mentions in the video that you can actually use a two-thirds full water bottle in place of your pistol. Turn the bottle over, and grip it like you would your pistol. The water level should be high enough so you can see the level over your hands or the label. Now, just float through the house focusing on heel to toe, knees bent, and trying to keep the water level from splashing around. Trust me, while it sounds silly, this training technique really helps.

From a competition standpoint, it will always be more accurate to plant your feet, engage the targets, and then move to the next array. However, assaulters don’t have the option of stopping when they see a threat, because they have a whole group of other assaulters behind them wanting to get through the doorway. So, they have to keep moving. Likewise, if you are involved in a real gunfight, you too will want to keep moving. Close the distance to the threat. Speed is security, as you are harder to hit when moving.

That said, you are just wasting ammo if you don’t practice it. Wasting ammo and missing in competition will cost you points and positions at the prize table. Wasting ammo and missing in a real gunfight, costs you needed ammo and, more importantly, you are responsible for wherever those missed bullets go. They are going to hit something.

So, once you are done watching the video, go drink some water. Then, when you’re ready, get out to the range and practice shooting while moving. The life you save may be your own.  Thanks for watching.

I hope you enjoyed the video. We put out a new Tactical Rifleman video every Friday. Thanks for watching, and we’ll see you next time.

Strength & Honor, TR.

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