At SHOT 2024, Brouwer has announced that they will be introducing steel versions of their M1811 Grip Modules, identified as M1823, later in 2024 as they continue to innovate in the firearms market.
The company is known for meticulously designing its grip modules which are laser engraved. Each module features an expanded and flared magazine well. To prevent corrosion, enhance durability, and maintain aesthetic finish, all modules will have a Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) coating administered by Armor Lube. The M1823 grip models characterize an enhancement from previous versions, being CNC machined from higher quality 4130 chromoly steel.
A representative from Brouwer stated, “We will be rolling these guys out later this year. They all will start with a matte grey finish like this one. We are thinking a march release. Meanwhile, we are working on aluminum. I have shot both and the steel will always be more fun.”
This new release is expected to weigh in at 1.52 lbs, and it’s designed for an easy drop-in fit for P320 FCUs. The much-anticipated product highlights Brouwer’s consistent commitment to refining their offerings and improving user experience.
As Brouwer gears up for what seems to be a promising run into 2024 with their later product releases, firearms enthusiasts and P320 FCU owners have a reason to keep an eye on this space.
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