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Choate Machine & Tool Introduces Three New Products at the 2022 NRA Show

Choate Machine & Tool is debuting three new products at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits: a Tactical Stock for the Savage Arms Axis rifle, a Carbon Fiber Shotgun Magazine Tube Extensions and the Wilderness Alarm device.

Choate Machine & Tool Introduces Three New Products at the 2022 NRA Show

(Photo courtesy of Choate Machine & Tool)

Choate Machine & Tool, Inc. a leading designer, manufacturer and OEM supplier of rifle stocks, shotgun stocks, shotgun magazine tube extensions and firearms accessories, is pleased to announce they are introducing three exciting new products at the 2022 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits on May 27th – 29th, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas in Booth 1019.

The 2022 Annual Meetings & Exhibits features the latest guns and gear from some of the most popular companies in the industry, on display for the media and consumer alike, making it the perfect place for Choate Machine and Tool to debut three exciting new products, a new Tactical Stock for the Savage Arms Axis rifle, Carbon Fiber Shotgun Magazine Tube Extensions, and the new Wilderness Alarm device.

The Choate Tactical Stock is a significant upgrade for any factory polymer or wood stock, and the Savage Axis will benefit tremendously from the Tactical Stock's full-length aluminum chassis/bedding block. Carbon fiber shotgun magazine tube extensions reduce weight, look great and resist denting which can cause feeding malfunctions. The Wilderness Alarm device is an innovative new trail alarm perfect for use while afield or for private property security.

For more information about these exciting new products from Choate Machine and Tool, stop by their 2022 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits Booth 1019.


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