New Gun Developed for Law Enforcement

Spike’s Tactical, a Florida-based gun and weapons manufacturer, announced Wednesday the issuance of U.S. Patent 9,879,933 by the U.S. Patent Office for Spike’s Recluse, a single stamp, integrally suppressed, 9mm Armalite Rifle (AR) upper receiver. A critical benefit to Spike’s pistol-caliber carbine (PCC) is the weapon being interchangeable with Glock and Colt 9mm magazines. According to Glock’s website, the Glock 17, a 9x19mm handgun, is the most widely used law enforcement pistol worldwide. The Recluse allows for law enforcement to use the same ammunition and magazine in their rifle as their common sidearms. “We’re very excited about receiving this patent,” said Randy Myers, the inventor behind Spike’s Recluse. “This particular upper receiver will serve as a versatile tool, particularly for law enforcement and emergency service personnel.” The Recluse is also available for public purchase and features an integral, barrel-nut-mounted firearm sound suppressor. The barrel nut portion and the forward […]

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