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Saturday Snapshot

"Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose..." SHUT UP CARL!

“Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose…”
SHUT THE FUCK UP CARL!

Paratroopers assigned to Able Company, 2D Battalion (Airborne) 503D Infantry “The Rock”, 173rd Airborne Brigade during team leader training at Tapa Training Area, Estonia, Nov. 16, 2016.

U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Lauren Harrah.

Introducing the Edge Hydration Pack from Agilite Gear

The Edge is a new 3 liter tactical hydration pack Made in Israel from mil spec materials and hardware by Agilite Gear.

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It is designed to attach to virtually any modular plate carrier using Agilite’s new MOLLE Hydration Attach Straps, although it can be worn independent using Agilite’s K Series Shoulder Straps. The Edge is designed around a version of the Hydrapak Tactical Hydration Reservoir, specifically chosen by Agilite for “outstanding durability and user comfort”.

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For a limited time, Agilite are running a special package deal price on the full Edge Hydration set, get it now.

Black Friday Sales

We’re a bit late in getting this posted, but there’s still plenty of time to take advantage of these great deals that our friends have shared with us…

Osprey Publishing

Happy shopping!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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A new ‘wildcat’ cartridge for the US Military?

“The United States military has a long history of adopting so-called wildcat calibers from the civilian world. Hell, the 5.56mm round that fills every M249 belt and M16 magazine has its origins as an experimental varmint round for civilian hunters — the .222 Remington Magnum.”

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The rounds pictured above may soon be finding their way into the USSOCOM arsenal – read more about here:

http://www.wearethemighty.com/articles/special-operators-want-a-new-sniper-rifle-in-this-rare-caliber

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