Apex Announces Thin Blue Line Series In Support of C.O.P.S.
PEORIA, Ariz. – Randy Lee and Scott Folk, the owners of Apex Tactical Specialties, are proud to announce the release of a special series of triggers specifically offered to raise money for the families of police officers who have died in the line of duty. With the sale of each trigger in the new Thin Blue Line Series, available only from ApexTactical.com, Apex will donate 25% of each sale to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.), the leading national organization supporting the spouses, children, parents, siblings, significant others, extended family and affected co-workers of fallen officers.
Each year, between 140 and 160 officers die in the line of duty and their families and co-workers are left to cope with the tragic loss. Organized in 1984, C.O.P.S. provides resources to help them rebuild their shattered lives.
C.O.P.S., a nationally recognized and highly respected law enforcement support organization, offers programs for survivors, including the National Police Survivors’ Conference held each May during National Police Week, scholarships, peer-support at the national, state, and local levels, “C.O.P.S. Kids” counseling reimbursement program, the “C.O.P.S. Kids” Summer Camp, “C.O.P.S. Teens” Outward Bound experience for young adults, special retreats for spouses, parents, siblings, adult children, extended family, fiances/significant others and co-workers, trial and parole support, and other assistance programs.
“Apex is extremely proud to support C.O.P.S. with our Thin Blue Line Series of triggers. Like so many, we have watched in horror as the good men and women of law enforcement have come under attack. With each life lost there is a family and a community left behind to pick up the pieces. We hope that with the financial support generated through the sale of these triggers, C.O.P.S. can expand their efforts and help more families,” said Lee and Folk in a joint statement released by the company.
“C.O.P.S. thanks Apex Tactical Specialties for their generous support of America’s surviving law enforcement families. With each contribution, C.O.P.S. is able to continue to provide the healing Hands-On Programs at no cost to survivors, as the price they have paid is already too high,” says Dianne Bernhard, C.O.P.S. Executive Director.
The new Thin Blue Line Series offered by Apex includes triggers for the Smith M&P, the M&P Shield and Glock model pistols. The new triggers are available now and can be ordered online at ApexTactical.com or by phone by calling Apex Customer Service at (623) 322-0200.
Thin Blue Line Series:
Apex Flat-Faced Forward Set Sear & Trigger for M&P
Part #: 100-B54
Apex Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger for M&P
Part #: 100-B52
Apex Forward Set Sear & Trigger for M&P
Part #: 100-B67
Apex Forward Set Trigger for M&P
Part #: 100-B84
Apex Action Enhancement Trigger & Duty/Cary Kit for M&P Shield
Part #: 100-B51
Apex Action Enhancement Trigger for M&P Shield
Part #: 100-B50
Apex Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger & Duty/Cary Kit for M&P Shield
Part #: 100-B132
Apex Flat-Faced Action Enhancement Trigger for M&P Shield
Part #: 100-B131
Apex Action Enhancement Trigger for Glock with Gen 3 Factory Trigger Bar
Part #: 102-B110
Action Enhancement Trigger for Glock
Apex Part #: 102-B112
MSRP: $79.95 for the Action Enhancement Trigger
For more information on parts and services from Apex Tactical Specialties, visit www.ApexTactical.com, like Apex Tactical on Facebook or follow @ApexTactical on Instagram and Twitter. Instructional videos on the installation of Apex parts are available on Apex’s YouTube channel.
Concerns of Police Survivors is a nationwide not-for-profit organization with 52 Chapters across the country. Members of C.O.P.S. are always prepared to help survivors when they need it, where they need it. The organization’s mission has always been to “rebuild shattered lives” of the survivors. C.O.P.S. has a membership comprised of more than 37,000 people who have identified themselves as survivors nationwide. Unfortunately, that membership continues to grow as an average of 140-160 law enforcement officers are killed every year in the line of duty.