CAA USA’s most popular handgun MCK models easily and safely incorporate airsoft / BB RIF’s (realistic imitation firearms) and bring new confidence to your airsoft adventures.
Pompano Beach, Fla. (July 2022) – CAA USA, designers, and developers of the world-famous MCK/Micro Conversion Kit, continue to evolve creating new MCK models, adding new features and finishes, and upgrading models to meet the demands of their highly loyal following. The concept of quickly and easily inserting a handgun into a MCK conversion kit and enjoying instant success with better accuracy, has made CAA USA a world leader in handgun conversion kits.
This same platform, the CAA USA MCK, is also compatible with most Springfield Armory, GLOCK, Smith & Wesson and SIG Sauer airsoft/BB handguns. No additional tools are needed to employ an airsoft model to the MCK models that accommodate specific brands.
“The airsoft community, worldwide is growing, and now the United States is leading in this exponential growth of this sport,” LTC. (Ret.) Mikey Hartman, CEO of CAA USA, explained. “Because of the nature of airsoft, as well as ammunition cost, not only are more people engaging in it for target practice or team skirmishes, but we are seeing in increased use of airsoft in training law enforcement and military. Due to the ergonomic design of the MCK, it gives the user increased confidence on the range or field as it increases accuracy levels and allows for quick reset and target acquisition. Our compatible MCK’s are perfect for playing airsoft, as well as serious training.”
Based on a Grandview Research document, the airsoft industry was valued at 1.5 billion globally in 2018, with a projected global revenue forecast of 2.45 billion in 2025. Handguns were the largest component at 41.7% in 2018. The largest population entering this adventure sport are the millennials. Like paintball, where teams attempt to capture a target while annihilating each other with brightly colored gobs of paint, the airsoft sport features more realistic firearms and gear in a more military simulated environment. Teams can play in skirmishes, similar to paintball, or play Speedsoft, which is a tournament like game complete with the fast moving, fast shooting often associated with paintball. AIPSC was formed to provide airsoft competitors a timed/scored event to participate in globally. The MILSIM or military simulation games require participants to engage in re-enactments of actual combat scenarios or develop the same high-level skills required of today’s warfighters.
“The beauty of the MCK is you can train with your airsoft pistol and also use it with the real deal, no special adaptors or tools required,” Hartman added. “We have our customer base to thank for making CAA USA a leader in conversion kits for handguns, and now we look forward to entering the airsoft community. As a way of thanking all of our great customers, we not only listen to them and evolve our products, but we like to give back.”
CAA USA’s new $1000 Cash Giveaway, is the company’s latest way to say thank you. Every month, four informative videos will be released weekly on Thursdays, each one containing a clue. The second Friday of every month a winner will be announced viewers can submit their answers for a chance to win $1,000 in cash. Follow on CAA USA’s YouTube and Instagram pages. First $1000 Cash Giveaway is this Friday the 8th of July.
About CAA USA:
CAA USA is a designer, developer, and distributor of modern tactical accessories, optics, and handgun conversion kits targeting the Armed Forces, Law Enforcement, and firearm enthusiasts across the globe. CAA USA’s famous conversion kit, the MCK/Micro Conversion Kit, has taken the country by storm with models for Glock, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Springfield, CZ, and Taurus as well as the upcoming H&K. This made-for end-user conversion kit allows you to increase your accuracy and is an overall fun range tool.