The Bowers Group handled the conversion of the SIG SP2022 9mm into a short-barreled rifle using the MAKO KPOS SBR kit. It’s compact and is mag loads of fun. The SP2022 is one of my favorite pistols because reminds me so much of the P229 but it’s a completely different design.
Here’s a having fun all day setup: Bowers’ VERS30T on an AR-15 SBR. The SBR conversion was performed by Bowers as well. Much easier and faster for me than a Form 1.
The Bowers Group sent me their new 30-calibre suppressor, the VERS30T. It’s titanium and it’s a Bowers! They even gave me a customized serial number. This will be a demonstration item. That is, I will demo it on different hosts. The Thompson Center Compass, while being very inexpensive, is a good host. It’s an accurate and well-made rifle for its price point. Below are the pictures of the VERS30T. It’s a sealed suppressor. If you want to hear what it sounds like or rather what it does to the loud bark of 30-cal rifle cartridge, please contact me.
Be safe and have a Happy Independence Day!
Have a good Memorial Day. Please take a moment to thank those that make our freedoms possible.
I have two CZ-EVO SBR, an AR-15 SBR, a SIG SP2022 SBR with a Mako KPOS, Savage MKII-FV SR bolt-action suppresor ready .22LR rifles, an M1 Carbine, plenty of 22LR subsonic ammo, Federal Gold Medal .22LR ammo, 9mm 147gr subsonic ammo, dirt cheap AR-15, a Romanian PSL in 7.62×39, VZ-2008, AMD-65, and a bunch of other stuff for sale. I haven’t had the time to post the pictures. But in when I do, I will post the pictures.
If you need a price check or would like some opinions or want to order, please email me.
Well, it’s that time of the year. Sale on new handguns. $30 off all new centerfire handguns and $20 off of rimfire handguns.