Apex Announces New Demo Trigger Kits for Ranges

FN 509 Apex Flatty
FN 509 Apex Flatty

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- Apex Tactical Specialties, the industry’s leader in the design, development and manufacture of aftermarket trigger kits for pistols, announces a new program, designed specifically for stocking dealers with shooting ranges, that provides demo samples of popular Apex products for use in range rental guns.

Apex offers more trigger upgrades for more makes and models of firearms than any other aftermarket manufacturer. The Apex product line includes trigger kits for the most popular firearms carried by dealers, including kits for most Glock pistols, the Smith & Wesson M&P and M&P M2.0, the Smith & Wesson Shield, Shield 45 and Shield 2.0, the Sig Sauer P320, the FN 509 and FNS series, the Ruger MkIV and MkIV 22/45 and the Walther PPQ.

“Our data shows that when customers get the opportunity to directly compare our trigger against a stock trigger, the customer moves quickly to the point of a purchase decision, not just for the Apex trigger but in many case the firearm itself. This means that dealers taking advantage of this new program can increase both the number of sales and the total amount of an individual sale,” explained Scott Folk, COO and co-owner of Apex Tactical Specialties.

To participate in the Apex Range Program, a dealer must have a verified shooting range with rental firearms available. Stocking dealer ranges will be eligible for one (1) kit per $1,200 in Apex product invoiced, cumulative within a calendar year. Available demo kits are limited to a maximum of five (5) per calendar year. Dealers can order only one of each demo sku per year.

Range owners interested in the new program can contact Apex at [email protected] or (623) 322-0200 for complete details and a list of available products.

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