Faxon Firearms Introduces Magazine Marker Bands

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posted on October 31, 2014
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Faxon Firearms, manufacturer of the ARAK-21 Upper Receiver that fits any mil-spec AR 15 lower platform, is proud to announce the addition of two new calibers of their Magazine Marker Bands.

The Magazine Marker Bands are perfect for shooters who change calibers repeatedly and are used to easily identify which magazine is holding which caliber of ammunition. Ranges with multiple rental guns will also be able to utilize these bands for added safety steps.

The bands can be purchased in 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem., 300 AAC Blackout or 7.62x39 mm. Each pack is color-coded in either red (.300 BLK), blue (5.56 NATO/.223 Rem.) or yellow (7.62x39 mm). There are 10 bands per package.

"What started off to be a simple safety precaution has turned into something that so many of our customers demanded," says Nathan Schueth, Director of Operations for Faxon Firearms. "We decided to make these bands part of our regular product offering and the response has been tremendous. They are an inexpensive way to streamline your magazine storage and keep multiple caliber platforms organized."

MSRP on the Magazine Marker Band Packs is $9.99 and can be purchased at www.faxonfirearms.com

Dealers or Ranges can contact Faxon Firearms directly for bulk pricing.

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