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Thread: ARID Products Quick-Detach Carrier (Q-DC)

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    Hey guys,

    As a heads up, we are having a Memorial Day weekend sale of 15% off everything on the site (www.aridusindustries.com) which is the cheapest everything has been since we took pre-orders. Thanks!
    Owner of Aridus Industries. Creator of the Q-DC, CROM, ASA, and other fun shotgun things.

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    Saw Wilson Combat is selling these, pretty cool.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyderMan2k4 View Post
    Yep! We currently have 7 people beta testing the 870 units. Alpha testing for the 500/590 model should finish up next week, and if all goes well we should enter Mossberg beta testing in early July. Both ShawnL and tzook have test units, so they may be able to chime in on how it is all going!
    You mean you're not just going to dump them into production and let your customers figure out what needs to be fixed? What's this!? Actual T&E/R&D?!

    Good on you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6 View Post
    You mean you're not just going to dump them into production and let your customers figure out what needs to be fixed? What's this!? Actual T&E/R&D?!

    Good on you!
    Haha, thanks. Thankfully I've seen enough of that happen and learned from others mistakes and it has paid off. These have been out to the public for over a year now (began shipping the production units right after SHOT 2016) and so far so good. There have been tweaks along the way to improve based on feedback from customers, but I've yet to hear of any complaints, problems, or failures of any kind).

    Things are scaling up now. There are certain things that are actually a lot easier and more consistent with volume. Between that and the fact that I learn something new and look to improve with every batch, the end product keeps getting better better. I'm very pleased with where the specs are at this point, and it all goes back to getting great initial feedback from the testers as well as continued feedback from customers.
    Last edited by SpyderMan2k4; 02-14-17 at 04:18.
    Owner of Aridus Industries. Creator of the Q-DC, CROM, ASA, and other fun shotgun things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzook View Post
    I am a beta tester for this, and while I'll definitely be putting up a detailed and in depth review in the future, the short story is I love it. As far as I can tell, there's nothing out there quite like it. It's durable, it's simple, and most importantly, it's fast. Really, really fast.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn.L View Post
    I love it, and being forced to put time on the shotty for the testing has kinda made me start to like the boom stick.

    It does exactly what its supposed to do, best side saddle Ive ever used. No warping or inconsistent position like cheap elastic and velcro ones. Its rugged as a one piece unit but can be changed out faster, easier, and with consistent index unlike a velcro one. Its not just the best of both worlds, its pretty much better than either of the current options out there in all aspects.
    Do you guys still have these? What is your long term use opinion of them?

    I have been wanting to try one out so I just order one and a coupe spare carriers for my 870P and am excited to give it a go.
    E pluribus unum

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    Iím not either of those two you quoted, but Iíve had one for a bit. I holds up well, no loss of tension when stored with the shells in, and locks up nice and tight. It took a little bit for me to get smooth with the quick change to a loaded carrier, but itís nice.
    Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!

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