LIMITED EDITION White Micro RONI® Stabilizer Pistol Conversion

Not from a galaxy far, far away, but right here and available now!

Pompano Beach, Fla. (March 2017) – CAA, developers and manufacturers of advanced battle-tested firearms accessories, developed a limited number of the Micro RONI® Stabilizer pistol carbine conversion in an interstellar White for a clean, futuristic look. The design incorporates the stabilizer brace for comfortable, secure one-handed firing by attaching the brace to the user’s arm. The flexible stabilizer cuff is adjustable using a nylon loop fastener for a custom fit. The Micro RONI Stabilizer White is for GLOCK Models 17, 22, 31 (Part # MIC-RONI17PL) and Models 19, 23, 32 (Part # MIC-RONI19PL) and is available on earth without any $200 NFA tax stamp, paperwork or wait period right now.

The Micro RONI Stabilizer allows the user too simply, and without tools, insert the pistol into the platform, secure the brace around the forearm and providing a better grip during all shooting scenarios, while enhancing shooter performance and accuracy, with less felt recoil. The platform also has two 2.25″ side rails and a 9.4″ top rail for accessory mounting points for lights, lasers or other equipment. The trigger-guard safety and charging handle are both ambidextrous.

“With much of the product in our industry available in the traditional tactical black, we decided to literally go 180 degrees the other way and create a white version of our popular RONI. The end result is a thoroughly modern look and as some people have commented, perhaps a little bit on the intergalactic side,” Lt. Col. (Ret. IDF) Mikey Hartman, CEO of CAA and Hartman Optics said smiling.

Micro RONI® Recon Specifications:

  • Models:   GLOCK 17, 22, 31 #MIC-RONI17PL
  • GLOCK 19, 23, 32 #MIC-RONI19PL
  • Materials: Polymer and aluminum
  • # of Rails: 3
  • Weight: 56 oz.
  • Height: 5.75″
  • Length: 19.5″ opened
  • Width: 1.75″
  • Finishes: White
  • MSRP: $375.00
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