Mako UTA

UTA

UTA (Universal Tactical Attachment) is a user installed, tactical force multiplier: It enables a trooper armed with a long firearm (assault rifle, shotgun or SMG) and a Glock pistol to mount the pistol under the long firearm, thereby creating a unified, tactically enhanced, dual weapon system.
The long firearm should be fitted with a standard Picatinny rail and the slide cover plate of the pistol should be replaced. This minor modification will not affect the functionality of the pistol in any way.

UTA


Not sure I get the point of this, but if you’re in to this sort of thing have a look at the manufacturer’s page at
http://store.a51tactical.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=66_67_79_190&products_id=949

2 thoughts on “Mako UTA

  1. Glad I’m not the only one to miss the point of this.

    Wouldn’t it be easier to do a magazine exchange or to drop the rifle and transition to the pistol?

    I don’t see the advantage of having a pistol sticking out on the end of a rifle.

  2. This question has been asked before, but it’s still worth bringing up:

    Technically, would this count as attaching a buttstock to a handgun and creating a SBR?

    And by \technically\ I mean \in the eyes of an ATF agent looking to make a bust\.

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