Canadian Tactical

Information on Guns and Rifles

Year: 2019

Understanding the Types of Safes and their Manufacturing Process

Back in time, the safe manufacturing company did not gain much popularity. The safes made mostly used iron and wood that were easily sabotaged by either natural causes or thieves. Today, however, the fates of the safe companies aren’t so…

BB Gun vs. Airsoft Gun: Learn the Difference

If you are thinking to team up and play airsoft Toronto, with a BB gun then halt right there. Many of you assume that BB guns are the same as airsoft ones. However, enlighten yourself and understand that the two…

Quick Detach Mount (SP) – Ase Utra

New from Ase Utra, the SP mount offers rapid on-off combined with a very solid mounting on the factory AR/M4/C7 flash-hider. This robust mount is not weapon specific, allowing the suppressor to be moved from weapon to weapon as required…

Reflex Suppressor: Single Point Muzzle Mount

BR-Tuote also produces a line of muzzle mounted suppressors for weapons without any protruding barrel like the MP5, or very short barreled (11″ and 7″) AR15 variants. Mounts for the HK Tri-lock or factory muzzle threading are available. Made entirely…

Quick Detach Mount – BR Tuote

The BR-Tuote QD Mount offers a solution to users who wish to maintain the factory flash-hider on the weapon. This QD Mount does not require any modifications to the weapon nor the fitting of an expensive, specially machined, flash-hider. The…

Muzzle thread and spigot details

The usual reflex suppressor muzzle thread and spigot detail is a metric thread (M14x1, M15x1, M17x1 or M18x1) with a long cylindrical “spigot” (F) and a relief cut (G) between the thread (H) and the shoulder (E) – see drawing….