C Products Defense Proprietary Coatings
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C Products Defense Celebrates a 4 Year Milestone - A New Vision for an Old Company.
Ever since Adel Jamil and his wife Carol purchased the company, C
Products Defense was given a new vision, with new engineering, providing
new solutions to the shooting industry. As a
result, the company has been recognized for their innovation and
technology resulting in some award-winning magazines.
The old management is completely out and the new management is setting the firearm magazine world on fire. Carol, who takes care of the front office (while Adel oversees the engineering, production and manufacturing of the magazines), says that even how they source and procure the raw materials for the magazines has changed, ensuring that all C Products Defense magazines are 100% Made in America and operate with zero issues.
Take for example their award-winning 7.62x39 J mags. These magazines Will Not Jam. Adel says this is made possible by two key differences, a newly engineered geometry and a proprietary coating that reduces the coefficient of friction. This is backed up with over 10,000 rounds of testings of the dirtiest ammunition on the planet without one jam or misfeed.
Adel, who is known as a perfectionist throughout the industry, says he is happy with the progress that the company has made but says there are many new changes to be implemented within the near future that will keep the company at the forefront. Although Adel and Carol have introduced new technology into an industry use to old manufacturing processes, this year they will be adding to their arsenal of technology to include laser engravers and upgrades for their robotic welders. "This will ensure the magazines are produced exactly as they are engineered," says Adel, who quickly reminding us that, "the magazine is the heart and soul of the gun and that a Firearm is only as good as its magazine."
This year marks the fourth anniversary of a new vision for an old company. Adel and Carol plan to celebrate by heading out to the shooting range and enjoying the fruits of their labor.