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Magpul and Gibbz Arms Settle Patent Infringement Lawsuit

December 14, 2016 — Magpul Industries Corp. announced today that has settled its patent infringement lawsuit against Gibbens Engineering Group, LLC, a/k/a Gibbz Arms, which was pending in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. Magpul’s initial complaint asserted that Gibbz Arms infringed three Magpul utility patents by selling the “Gibbz Arms Modular Attachment (GAMA) System.” Magpul’s amended complaint reasserted those utility patents and sought a preemptive declaration that Magpul’s M-LOK® system did not infringe any Gibbz Arms patents. Gibbz Arms’ answer to Magpul’s amended complaint asserted as a defense that the GAMA System did not infringe Magpul’s patents. The companies settled their dispute on confidential and mutually agreeable terms. Under the terms of the settlement, Gibbz Arms agreed to assign patent rights related to the dispute to Magpul. Adopters and licensees of Magpul’s M-LOK® system continue to have complete freedom to operate without interference, and M-LOK adoption will continue to be available via free license to interested parties. About Magpul Founded in 1999, Magpul was launched with the intent of developing innovative devices to aid in the manipulation of rifle magazines while reloading under stress. The company’s name comes from this original product called the

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P&S 8-Bit Roland Special Shirt By Magpul Available now!

If it is dangerous to go alone, what do you take? A. Master Sword B. Flute C. Boomerang D. P&S 8-bit Roland Special Shirt Choose option D because it is available now through AT Armor and Magpul! The Fine Cotton T-Shirt has been designed and engineered from the fiber to finished garment to be the softest, most comfortable, mid-weight T-Shirt available. Using 100% ring spun cotton and preshrunk, these T’s are constructed with a cut-n-sew pattern exclusive to Magpul. This method of construction features a side seam that controls twisting and torque and is finished off with our own rib collar and custom neck tape. FEATURES 100% Ring Spun Cotton Designed, Engineered, and Patterned by Magpul Side Seam Cut-N-Sew construction Printed in the USA #RolandSpecial #Magpul #PrimaryandSecondary #ATEi #ATArmor #WWLD #glock #surefire #trijicon #kkmprecision #ravenconcealment http://store.atarmor.com/product_p/ps-rospec-t.htm https://www.magpul.com/products/magpul-fine-cotton-ps-roland-special-t-shirt
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Magpul PMAG Gen M3

Magazine Design Philosophy, Testing, and Performance of Magpul Industries PMAG Magazines for the AR/M4/M16/HK416/M249 By Duane Liptak, Director of Product Management and Marketing, Magpul Industries. Director of Magpul Core, Magpul Industries Corp. Building feeding devices for firearms is not a new endeavor, and many materials and methods of construction have been employed for this task. For many years, conventional wisdom regarding magazine construction was that metal was the material most suited to the task. Although other polymer magazines were attempted previously (Orlite, et. al.), the Magpul PMAG became the first generally accepted all-polymer magazine for AR-pattern rifles after its release in 2007. Early military testing drew some criticisms with performance at sub-arctic temperatures and with window material chemical resistance (In the MagLevel window variant). Rumors, assumptions, and outright incorrect information from this early testing and initial evaluations still persist, despite 7 years of materials, manufacturing, and design improvements to the PMAG product line, and millions of fielded magazines in continuous combat use in the GWOT. Current and ongoing testing, both internal and through third parties can easily and thoroughly dispel these rumors and assumptions from any early data. What follows is an explanation of what the PMAG “is”, why it

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Porn Industry Chooses Magpul M-LOK

  This seems to be a current hot debate: Magpul M-LOK - Modular Locking accessory mounting system VERSUS Bravo Company KMR - KeyMod Rail system The science is fairly straightforward...M-LOK has more surface area, thicker edges (no 100 degree cone cut) so more material behind the slots, flat on flat engagement, and all the things discussed in the M-LOK FAQ on the Magpul website. KeyMod was an evolutionary step into negative space attachments, or at least a slight change of AI KeySlot, but just wasn't designed by an engineer or with engineering behind it with all of the material considerations in play. Some folks are happy with KeyMod mounting lightweight accessories without much abuse, and that's cool. Heavier stuff, high round counts, and generally treating the rifle like a tool ends up being really, really hard on KeyMod, and things can get loose, seats creep and crush, etc. The pullout, drop, high round count firing, shaker table, leveraged pullout, etc testing of initially KeyMod, and then KeyMod vs M-LOK was what led down the path to release M-LOK in the first place. Colt CA and other MFG have done their own evaluations, and that's why you saw a lot more

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