Crusader Weaponry can build you the best AR you’ll ever own – for not much more than the cost of a production AR with the features you want.
Go to CrusaderWeaponry.com. Hit the Contact Page. Send Joe a message and tell him you want the best damn rifle ever made… Pick your Caliber. Pick your Configuration – you tell us how you want your AR. Pick your Finish. And Joe will give you the quote. It’s easy. To make it easier, we have an Installment Plan. Tell Joe you want to set up your Crusader Account. You pay what you can when you can… We’ll help you get the gun you want. Even if it takes you a year to pay for it – We’ll work with you.
We also do custom Glocks and Shotguns. This OD Green 870 is Available. 749.99 gets it shipped to your Dealer or if you are in Utah, you can pick it up. This is one seriously badass Shotgun. A local fellow got one of these guns, in Coyote Tan. He brought it out to the Range. Firing it – holy crap – it’s so smooth and can cycle so fast it was like I was running a Semi. Amazing.
Time to get Serious. Time to get a Crusader.
If you already have an AR that isn’t a Crusader. You can still get SLIPSTREAM. You will be amazed at the difference. At the last Crusader Tactical Carbine course, some guns were running Slipstream and some were not. The Slipstreamed guns had no problems. The others… Hell, even an AK jammed out here in our dusty dirty gritty hot as hell training location. Slipstream made all the difference.
Have to say, the guns I go to the most are Glocks, AK’s, and 870’s.
The 23 in .40, remains my most favored handgun for CCW. The model 20, in 10mm is coming in second. The more I use the Glocks… the more I like them. Not just an appreciation for the function… but liking them for the way they feel and point, the triggers… The elegant simplicity of them… I just really like Glocks now. I don’t know… maybe it’s the crash… but I really dig them and the more I’m around them, the 19 and 23’s stand out as the perfect handguns to me – even more so than the 1911 now. Yup. They crossed that line for me. I like them more than 1911’s. No they are not the prettiest, but they are still beautiful. Kinda like the Girl Next Door that you grew up best friends with and there is that moment when you realize “You want that.” That’s Glock.
My Crusader Kalashnikov is more and more my go to rifle. I just really feel an attachment to it. It suits me to a T. It can hit. It’s reliable. Mag changes are getting much faster and everything is “Clicking”. And I get more satisfaction out of running the Kalash well than running an AR well.
For the 870’s, my adopted Police Tactical is my favorite. I have my other 870’s and they are cool and all… but something about that old wood furniture. Nothing says I am going to “Jack You Up” like an old wood stocked gun… You just know you are going to get an old school beating. The warmth it has when you handle it. Wood is an under appreciated material to a whole generation of shooters and I find that a sad state. Poly is fine – but Wood is finer. Especially nice grained wood with character. Again, Wood stocked guns have “Soul” that Poly guns just don’t have and never will. They can’t. I’ve said that before… And when I pick up that old Police Tactical… You can feel it has a History of Kicking Ass and all that experience is backing you up giving you some extra confidence. A new 870 Tactical with a plastic stock – it’s like a new Police Rookie with his first pair of Mirrored Cop Shades. The authority is there… maybe even the skill is there… But not the Character and Experience – that Soul just isn’t there.
I spend a good portion of the day cleaning up a bunch of handguns at the gun store. Some Smiths and such… And a couple of Colts. I’ve come to appreciate the Colts more. The way they are designed and built is very clever and well done. From an old Police Positive to a Python, they are impressive machines. What I didn’t like about them was the very rough machining in hidden non-critical areas. These had some of the worst tool marks and hacked finishes I’ve seen on this side of a Mosin Nagant… But then in the working areas and exterior finishes it’s the best I’ve ever seen. I really liked the little Colt Cobra. Light weight, small, what a gem.
About the 1911’s. I am growing to like them less and less… As serious use guns. Don’t get me wrong… I love them for what they are, and cherish the one 1911 that I have that reminds me of my darkened and probably best forgotten past… But it does still give me the warm fuzzies. But if I hear a bump in the night it isn’t a gun I would grab. I’m becoming more and more of a Glock Guy. By that I don’t mean just Glocks specifically, but all of the newer polymer double stacked striker fired pistols for the purpose of dedicated fighting guns. For serious use, would take one over any 1911 any day.
This is of course a Photoshop. You can tell because it doesn’t have a funny grip angle. But it does make one think. A lightweight polymer framed 1911 with a super tough finish and awesome reliability…. that would be fantastic. If only… Oh… Never mind.
I think it would be great if Glock did a 1911. I really like SIG’s 1911’s… A company that shocked everyone by coming out with one… and now they are well proven and are arguably the best production 1911’s on the market. I’d still like to see HK build one as well. While I would love for Glock to play in the 1911 market, I’d first like to see them build the long rumored Glock Carbine. Going back to the early days of TheFiringLine.com rumors from different corners of the internets spoke of Glock developing a Carbine. This has never happened. I wish it would. Other companies are doing well making kits to turn Glocks into Carbines… I’d like to see Glock themselves do a dedicated model. Pistol caliber carbines sell pretty well. HK did some for law enforcement and grudgingly let civilians buy neutered versions. Kel Tec and Beretta offer them and many shooters have turned their AR’s into pistol caliber carbines. Crusader even did some. So the market is there.