Safety you can See

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posted on July 11, 2014
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Constructed of 100-percent, blaze-orange silicone, in addition to their vibrance these chamber inserts (which are available for AR-platform rifles, select semi-auto handguns and 12-gauge/.410-bore shotguns) possess  much greater durability than typical flag-sytle offerings—thereby providing an instantly recognizable acknowledgement to everyone on the range that all firearms are "safe."

But that's not all, inserting the Chamber-View into the ejection port locks the action rearward while simultaneously preventing environmental contaminants like dirt, mud and sand from compromising your gun's reliability. Best of all, the material is flexible for easy insertion and removal, won't scratch your guns, is inert to a wide range of chemicals/fluids and serves as an excellent heat sink after periods of extended fire. Prices start at $7.95 and vary by model.

Contact Chamber-View; (603) 864-8999, chamber-view.com

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