Most Advantage Arms Conversion Kits and Magazines are IN STOCK for Christmas

Advantage Arms Glock and 1911 Conversion KitsCMC has a huge inventory of Advantage Arms Conversion Kits and Magazines IN STOCK for immediate shipment. CMC is an Authorized Advantage Arms dealer for all of their their .22LR conversion kits and magazines for Glock and 1911 pistols to law enforcement, government and individuals. CMC is located in Dallas, Texas.

Why buy an “Advantage Arms” .22LR Conversion Kit?

  • It allows you to shoot inexpensive .22 Long Rifle ammunition so that you can shoot longer and more often.
  • Turns your Glock or 1911 into an ideal pistol for first time shooters.
  • Makes a great tool for teaching women and young adults how to safely shoot a pistol without the intimidation of larger calibers.
  • Less destructive to targets and surrounding structures when used for law enforcement training.
  • Advantage Arms .22LR kits come with our exclusive “Last Round Lock Open” feature not offered by other manufacturers.

NANUK Receives Certification for all 7 sizes of Protective Cases

NANUK Protective Cases

NANUK has received certification from the independent accredited laboratory Cascade Technical Sciences based on the standards below. The full test report is available upon request. CMC Government Supply is the authorized government distributor for all NANUK cases. For more specific product information CLICK HERE.

Certification Standards:

ATA Specification 300 Category 1 Impact
ASTM D-4169 DC-18 Drop
ASTM D-4169 DC-18 Vibration
ASTM D-4169 DC-18 Rainfall
MIL-STD-810F Immersion
IP 67 Ingress protection

Description of certification tests and procedures:

ATA Specification 300 Category 1
Airline transport container suitable for a minimum of 100 airline trips
Impact Resistance Test; samples were exposed to impact using a bar weighing 13.2lbs with a hemispherical end of 3.2cm. Bar was dropped with its longitudinal axis vertical on to each sample’s weakest point from a height of 0.5m. Samples were conditioned to a temperature of -20°C before impact exposure.

ASTM D-4169 DC-18
Level 1 Schedule A Handling (Manual)
Drop tests – a series of drops on each edge, corner and face of the case from a height of no less than 48cm(19”) and with loads of  6.8-31.8kg(15-70lbs) determined by case size. Samples were conditioned at lab ambient conditions and then temperatures of -28°C and +60°C for a minimum of 3 hours at each condition.

ASTM D-4169 DC-18
Level 1, Schedule F loose load vibration
Vibration – The cases are tested using test method D-999 to determine the ability to withstand the repetitive shocks occurred during transportation of loose loads.

ASTM D-4169 DC-18
Level 1, Schedule H Environmental Hazard Rainfall. Simulated rainfall for 2hrs at a rate of 10cm/hr (4”). Samples were conditioned to -20°C and +52°C.

MIL-STD-810F
Method 512.4
Immersion – The case is submerged in a basin of water to a depth of 1 meter (3.28 ft) to the top most part of the case for 30 minutes. The case is heated to 10° F higher than the temperature of the water.

IP 67 ingress protection
6- Total protection from dust
7- Protected against the effects of immersion between 15cm(5.9”) and 1m(39.37”)

Samples exposed to 8hr dust exposure with a concentration of 2 kg/m3 using talcum powder as dust
Samples exposed to immersion in 1 meter of water for a period of 30 minutes.