Shell Shock NAS3 Cases Go Face The 1,000 – Round Torture Test

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“Shell Shock’s new NAS3 two-piece housings are not at all like anything I’ve ever observed before and with any new innovation, I generally need to see with my own eyes if the producer’s cases are valid. Shell Shock says its cases are more grounded and more dependable than metal,” said Curtis Hallstrom of VSO Gun Channel, who played out the test. “Indeed, we shot 1,000 adjusts today; many people won’t shoot 1,000 adjusts in a year and we didn’t have a solitary case partition or ammo related breakdown. From an unwavering quality point of view, these new housings are immaculate. I give Shell Shock Technologies two thumbs far up.”

Shell Shock Technologies tried its progressive NAS3 cases in a 1,000-round torment test and the outcomes were immaculate. Through 1,000 rounds terminated of L-Tec 9mm FMJ with Shock Technology’s NAS3 cases through an Angstadt Arms UDP-9, there were zero ammo disappointments or glitches.

Shell Shock’s new cases are accounted for to be 50 percent lighter than metal. The lighter weight offers more noteworthy lubricity and won’t rub, obstruct, foul, destroy or harm rupture and ejector component. The cases likewise have more noteworthy consumption resistance and a rigidity and power twice as much as metal. NAS3 cases have been tried effectively to weights more than 70,000 psi. To take in more, including which retailers stock NAS3, visit

www.shellshocktech.com.

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