Gun Pro Adds Two New Models to its Sure Fire Anti Nose-Dive Magazine Line

New Product Video Illustrates Advantages of It’s Anti Nose-Dive Magazines

Gun ProSt. Louis, MO (Ammoland.com)-  Gun Pro recently added both a 6 round and 7 round .45 ACP compact magazine to its line of Sure Fire™ Anti Nose-Dive Magazines. This comes on the heels of their release of their new product video which features slow motion video (5,000 frames per second) of its feeding angle as compared to the standard factory magazine via a skeletonized slide and frame.

Due to the notorious gap between the top and following round, today’s magazines have one serious shortcoming… Nose Dive jams. This physically presents a nose dive problem when the slide extracts the top cartridge from a firearm magazine frequently forcing the cartridge nose downward thereby jamming the slide.

Gun Pro Sure Fire Anti Nose-Dive Magazine
Gun Pro Sure Fire Anti Nose-Dive Magazine

Here at Gun Pro, we sought to solve this challenging issue and designed the new Gun Pro™ Sure Fire™ Anti Nose-Dive magazine so that you could be sure your firearm is cycling at its fastest speed possible, as smoothly as possible, and quite simply as reliable as possible.

Gun Pro’s Sure Fire™ Anti Nose-Dive stainless magazines are made of the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. The Sure Fire™ magazine, with the new Nose-Dive Control Spring Tab, increases reliability in ALL single stack 1911 pistols using standard RN or HP FMJ bullets. It’s polished fitted tube, spring and follower provides smooth feeding while the newly patent pending Nose-Dive Control Spring Tab assists with reliable, controlled feeding angles from the first through the last round chambered.

Sure Fire™ Anti Nose-Dive Magazine Product Video Link: https://youtu.be/TYPqTyboekE

 

About Gun Pro:

Gun Pro, located in St. Louis, MO, is focused on developing new and superior products that not only enhance one’s gun library with striking designs, but integrates high performance products to keep their clients on top of the game! We have a vision for the industry, from concept to implementation. www.gunpro.us

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Matt in Oklahoma

Use something less than 100 years old and there is no issue. I can find old issues with the slingshot, spear and boomerang too LOL