Welcome to Magnum Shooters Supply!
Come on in, wander around, and make yourself comfortable. as time goes on we will be adding lots of new products, so stop by every so often and watch us grow!
If there is a product you are interested in, feel free to email us, and even if it's something we don't normally stock, we may be able to get it for you.
To save you shipping costs, I can carry your purchases to a match for you, provided it's a match I normally would be attending. Once this year's schedule is set and I know which ones I am planning on attending, I'll put up a list. For now, just email me and ask!
Thanks for dropping by!
I will be out of town from May 8th through May 15th, so no orders will be shipped during that time.
I will have email access at times (I hope) so I will be able to answer questions if any come up. Otherwise, I will be back on the 15th.
I will be in Winterswijk, Holland competing in the European Steel Challenge Championships, with OKO sights, of course!
The new Magnum Mount OKO Red Dot Sight mount.
The first production run of OKO sight mounts from our new CNC milling machine is complete, and we are extremely pleased with the quality and accuracy of the new mounts.
The first Magnum Mount sight mount allows you to mount the OKO Specialty Mount (3 Screw) Red Dot sight to any flat surface, or to a C-More sight mount using two 10-32 screws. With this mount you can directly replace the C-More sight with an OKO sight, while keeping the mount on the gun to which the C-More had been attached.
You can also use this mount to mount an OKO Specialty Mount sight to almost any flat surface where there is enough thickness to drill and tap two 10-32 holes just over two inches apart.
If you have a clamp-on type OKO sight (4 screw) that uses either the dovetail clamp jaws, or Weaver clamp jaws, this is not the mount you need, but we should have a similar mount for the 4 screw OKO sights available in a week or so.
This mount is precision CNC machined from 6061-T6511 heat treated aluminum. It is light weight, strong, and it allows mounting the OKO sight to a wide variety of guns. It even comes with two different length mounting screws and an Allen wrench.
New OKO Mount announced. Our first production run is just about complete, and we may be shipping the new mount as early as later next week. The first new mount we are producing will be a mount to allow you to mount a "S" series sight, also called the "Specialty Mount" or "Three Screw Mount" to bolt directly to any flat surface, using two 10/32 flat head Allen screws. The screw spacing is the same as is used to mount the full sized C-More sight, so with this new mount the OKO Sight will also mount directly to any C-More mount that you may already have mounted to your gun. The next OKO sight mount will allow the "W" series, also called the Weaver mount or four screw mount, to mount to a flat surface, as above. The neat thing about this mount is that you can now mount the OKO sight to just about anything with a flat surface that you can drill and tap to 10/32, or to anything that you can bolt a flat piece of aluminum to, that you can drill and tap.We will announce pricing and availability on the first mounts shortly.
This is just the start, though, as to OKO sight mounts, as we plan to be making a wide range of mounts for specific guns.
We've been putting in a lot of hours getting the new CNC milling machine up and running since getting back from the SHOT Show, and it's really an impressive piece of equipment. Being able to work to an accuracy of a few ten thousandths of an inch and have it be repeatable is very cool. To put that in perspective, imagine slicing the thickness of a sheet of paper into four layers, then slice one of those layers into ten more layers! That's approximately one ten thousandth of an inch!
01/15/2012: Our new CNC milling machine is now installed in our expanded machine shop, and we should soon be producing a much wider range of sight mounts for the OKO sights. The OKO is an outstanding sight, but there has always been a very limited number of mounts available for specific guns. We aim to resolve that completely!
10/28/2011: We've been really busy getting our new CNC milling machine installedin the shop, but if all goes according to plan, we should have it underway next week sometime. Having our own CNC milling machine will allow us to produce parts in-house. We are already planning on producing a number of new designs of sight mounts for the OKO red dot sights. In addition to the mounts for fitting the OKO sights to more common guns, we are also looking at the feasability of producing a sight mount for the VZ-61 Skorpion.
We also are hoping to have our own plastic injection molding machine set up soon as there are a number of parts we could produce with plastic injection molding.
10/27/2011: Feedback has been very positive with the Mr. C's Super Sekrit Gun Oil, and we are about ready to start another bottling run!
Mr. C's super Sekrit Gun Oil
10/13/2011: It's been really busy around here this year, traveling around the Western US and to Holland for matches, working on new products, and planning for future growth. Within the next week or so we should have our new (to us) CNC milling machine installed and operational, so we can start manufacturing some gun specialty parts in house. Watch for announcements on this in the near future.
One new product we are introducing is "Mr. C's Super Sekrit Gun Oil". I've developed this formulation based on both synthetic and petroleum components, combined with some special lubricating molecules that make the oil extremely slippery. I refer to those special molecules as my "Special Herbs & Spices". Several people who have experimented with the new gun oil have commented on how it seems to make the slide feel like it's on ball bearings, compared to their previous lubricant. You really can feel a difference!
7/25/2011: The competition season is well and truly underway, and I'm either working, sleeping, traveling, or competing at any given time it seems! I've also been working hard getting all of the arrangements completed for the Gun Blogger Rendezvous, coming up in mid-September in Reno. We have now agreed to be a stage sponsor at the Idaho State Steel Challenge Championships coming up in October. I am planning on being there in person, and shooting the match.
7/25/2011: The James Austin Moon Clip Server is growing in sales, and it looks like it's definitely the way to go for competition revolver shooters.
5/30/2011: Competition shooting season is now truly underway. On Wednesday, June 1st. I am flying to Amsterdam to compete in the European Steel Challenge Championships. I will be back home on the following Wednesday. I will be shooting Rimfire Optic Sight and Open divisions, using (what else!) OKO Red Dot Sights on a high Standard for the rimfire, and on a Tanfoglio Gold Team 9mm. for the Open Division.
Although I am taking my computer with me so I can respond to emails, and in some cases arrange product shipments, it is possible that there may be a few days delay in shipping some items. If there will be a delay, I will email you and let you know.
Good luck to my team mates, James and Caleb, who will be competing in the International Revolver Championships in California over the same weekend.
4/20/2011: Shipping charges for multiple boxes of ammunition have been calculating incorrectly, often with quoted rates being almost off the chart! Fortunately no one got bit by this bug, and it's now been corrected. The shipping rates for one or two of an item have been working OK all along, but the shipping for case lots were not calculating correctly. All is fixed now, however!
4/14/2011: We have now added MAGTECH 38 Special 158 Gr. LRN ammunition to our inventory. We will continue to add new products on a regular basis.
4/04/2011: Another shipment of Pro Ears Hearing protectors has now arrived, and we are now stocked back up on the ones that had been out of stock. The James Austin Moon Clip Servers have been really selling well, and I have to admit I'm really pleased to see James' unit doing well.
3/04/2011: One of the big costs of ammunition beyond the price, is the cost of shipping. To save shipping costs, any of the products here at Magnum Shooter's Supply can be purchased and identified as "Will Call" for pickup in person.
Also, since I attend a large number of matches every year here in Western Washington, primarily at the Kitsap Rifle and Revolver Club in Bremerton, the Paul Bunyan Club in Puyallup, and the Yakima Rifle & Pistol Club in Yakima (weather permitting) I can hand carry ammunition and other products to the match with me and save you all freight charges.
Just email me first to find out if I will be at the specific match. Then, make your purchase here through our store shopping cart, and be sure to select "Will Call" so you don't get charged for freight. Then, in the instructions box, type in "Deliver to", the club name, and the match date. It does have to be a match I am already planning on attending, though, hence the initial email contact.
Due to our contract agreement with OKO Sights, they can only be sold and shipped in the United States, but so far they are the only product line that we carry with that restriction. Most international shipping is quite expensive, but the Postal Service isn't at all unreasonable.
NOTE: Some images, products, and descriptions are temporary and may change as we complete the final details.