FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida - Ballista Tactical Systems, an innovator in the firearms accessory industry, has released its revolutionary Nautilus Rotating Rail.
The Nautilus Rotating Rail consists of two separate and adjustable rail systems with both sections comprised of four individual, Picatinny rails which can be rotated 360 degrees in 45 degree increments in either direction while always maintaining zero. It is constructed of 6061 T6511 hard-anodized aluminum for strength and durability. The rail can be mounted to any AR style platform. This ground-breaking design allows the user to have instant access up to eight different accessories, in limitless configurations, at the touch of a button. This versatile product gives military and law enforcement users the advantage of being able to change accessories to suit unpredictable and changing combat situations thereby increasing survivability in the field. The Nautilus Rotating Rail also gives the consumer the advantage of switching accessories for varying hunting and shooting situations without having to manually remove and replace accessories and sight them in again. Never again will users be at a loss for something they need.
This "shift on the fly" technology changes everything.
The Nautilus Rotating Rail is currently available in a 7 inch model and can be ordered from www.ballistatactical.com
. Product demonstration and installation videos are available on the website as well as youtube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0snWlsS8tg
Ballista Tactical Systems was founded on the principal of aggressively pursuing innovative solutions for the firearms industry. It has over 50 years of collective industry experience with a solid track record of bringing revolutionary new products to the consumer, military and law enforcement communities.
The firearms industry has been experiencing record growth over the last few years and demand continues to outstrip supply. Evidence of this can be seen with the recent announcement by Sturm Ruger and Co. Inc. (NYSE:RGR) that they will no longer be taking new orders due to overwhelming demand, and Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. (NASDAQ:SWHC) beating analyst estimates in their most recent earnings report. Ballista Tactical Systems is positioned to benefit from the increasing demand in the industry and continue to develop a product portfolio of innovative and unique products to give users advantages over currently available technology.