Proceeds from new military-branch Glocks to go to Gold Star Families

Lee’s note: I received this press release last week about MASP’s new line of custom military branch Glocks. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will go to families who have lost service members — Gold Star Families.

MASP Industries Continues with Expanded Custom Glock Lineup

MASP Industries has release their newest line of “Heroes Salute” military branch Glocks. These Heroes Salute line follows the same trend of the thin blue line Glock with custom slide cuts, paint jobs, enhanced billet trigger, and a Pelican case to store your Glock in.

With each and every custom Glock package sold, MASP is continuing to give 100% of the proceeds to families of fallen heroes. When we spoke to their president Tigh Mumgaard he put it pretty clearly “We are able to give protection to the buyers of the gun, and in turn, peace of mind to the families that have lost so much. That’s the goal of our ‘Fallen Series’…. allow people to give back to those who gave everything for our safety”

MASP has been around since 2013 producing custom rifles, charging handles, and an open door gun shop serving the needs of their customers.

They have filled their Nebraska-based machine shop with almost $1 million in CNCs, Lathes, and laser cutters.

Their “Fallen Series” Thin Blue Line and Military “Heroes Salute” packages on available now on their website.

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