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American Marauder – Embroidered Jedburgh Wings 

American Marauder got some calls from friends to remake the original Jedburgh team patches in embroidery (with Velcro) so they could wear them in country…here’s the details below: OD VERSION STANDARD COLOR HISTORIC VERSION...

An Intro to Tactical EDC Bags

If you’re looking for a bag you can rely on day in and day out, it’s hard to beat a tactical nylon bag. They’re popular for EDC because their design and construction put them...

Going Short: Dead Air Releases Sandman K Silencer

It’s just like your Sandman, but smaller. Dead Air Silencers just announced the latest edition to their popular Sandman line of suppressors: the Sandman K. With an overall length of 5.4″ and adding just...

Behind The Byline: Massad Ayoob

Before most kids are capable of tying their shoes, four-year-old Massad Ayoob was fiddling with the sights of a .22 rifle his father gave him — thus beginning a lifelong career with firearms. He...

Axelson Tactical ROC Muzzle Brake

The Axelson Tactical ROC Muzzle brake took me some time to get used to. I’m not gonna lie, while I was impressed by the quality of the muzzle brake I didn’t think tuning a...

Jumping In: The First Tactical Jump Bags

I saw these at SHOT Show and am very impressed. They worked with EMS professionals to introduce features not often found in soft bags. First Tactical is excited to announce the launch of their...

Behind The Byline: Holt Bodinson

Though he can boast an impressive resume, Holt Bodinson has a fond appreciation for the origins of his relationship with firearms. “I think I was born with a pistol in my hand, and outfitted...

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