Posted September 11, 2018 10:30 am by Comments

By Chris Eger

Besides its distinctive waffle mags and grips, the combined effort with Century is billed as helping to launch a number of designs and prototypes that never made it to market. (Photo: US Palm)
After exiting the firearm scene last year, the AK-centric magazine and accessory maker is getting a second lease on life.
US Palm founder, Robert Anderson, waved the white flag last August citing a “downsizing economy, industry instability, and internal factors” but the company’s social media page teased a zombie-like rebirth before making it official that, in association with Century Arms, the Palm is back in business.
“Century’s significant history with the AK platform made them a logical fit for this effort and their energy regarding this project and insistence on sticking with our original vision has been impressive,” said Anderson in a joint statement. “The fact that we are heavily involved in this process and not simply being swallowed up by a massive corporate conglomerate was very important to us.”
Besides its distinctive waffle mags and grips, the combined effort with Century is billed as helping to launch a number of designs and prototypes that never made it to market.
US Palm’s original website is offline as of Tuesday, but they plan

Source: Guns.com

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