Xs-Products drum mag spotted in 'Call of Duty: Black Ops II'

Xs-Products is pretty pleased to have their design showcased in one of the most popular action video game series in the latest “Call of Duty: Black Ops II.”

As cool as it is, there is some irony…  Of all the drum magazines we currently have released we do not have one on the market for the SCAR H.  However that’s changing soon as HANDL Defense has just released the SCAR 25 lower which allows the owner to modify his gun to operate on SR-25 magazines and our X-25 drum magazine, so expect to see some SCAR 17 H’s with drum magazines very soon!  We can just call this the pre-release marketing.

Another noticeable flaw in the game is that the magazine packs 100 rounds of badassedness (it’s a word) when ours only has 50, but I’m not complaining.  We play video games to escape reality.

Check it out, and if you’re interested… get in line, there are a ton of people who are waiting for theirs.

We do think it’s pretty cool that there’s a HAMR fan page (no relation to the optic) who put this tribute together for their mostest favoritest gun in the game.

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