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Arsenal SLR-107FR Rifle In Stock Again

The Obama administration has banned the importation of Russian-made AK’s but Arsenal’s flagship 7.62×39 caliber stamped receiver rifle, the SLR-107FR, is back in stock and ready to rock!

The 7.62×39 caliber SLR-107FR is a top notch, stamped receiver, semi-automatic modern sporting rifle manufactured in Las Vegas, Nevada, utilizing only the best and authentic Arsenal factory components. It is manufactured with a Bulgarian-made Arsenal mil-spec 1mm stamped receiver and cold hammer forged and hard chrome lined barrel.

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The authentic US made components, such as the anti-slap double stage trigger group, mil-spec polymer stock set, left-side folding solid polymer buttstock, and a one-piece muzzle brake perfectly complete this rifle for unparalleled quality and accuracy.

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UF PRO Striker XT Combat Pants on MilSpec Monkey

UF PRO have certainly been getting a lot of attention with the outstanding quality, out-of-the-box thinking and sublimely practical execution of their Striker XT Battle Dress System.

Most recently, MilSpec Monkey has been running a pair of the Striker XT combat trousers through their paces.

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Check out the full report here.

Frag Out! magazine is out

The English-language international edition of Frag Out! Magazine is up and running!

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The premiere issue features:

  • HK416A5 gun pr0n
  • CZ805 BREN
  • Arc’teryx Khard 45
  • MSBS-5,56 Bull-pup Assault Rifle from Poland
  • TCCC – Combat Medicine
  • SPECOPS ULPC – Ultra Light Plate Carrier
  • Direct Action Gear
  • AK Assault Rifle Basic Training

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Camo Comparison – GreenZone, Tropic, Flecktarn, Mandrake

There are more new military and “military-grade” camouflage patterns around now than you can shake a stick at – particularly on the commercial market that was fueled by the US Army’s quest for a new family of patterns.

Unlike the US Army, you probably don’t have millions of dollars, state-of-the-art testing facilities and hundreds of soldiers at your disposal.  So, if you’re looking to make an informed, objective decision regarding selecting a new and more effective camouflage pattern for your AO then you need to see how well it might work for you.

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Luckily, our friends at Pine Survey in Austria have done a nice survey of different patterns and fabrics under natural conditions.  See for yourself what their conclusions were: Pine Survey Camo Comparison.

Friday Foto

An Airman from the 22nd Special Tactics Squadron’s Red Team jumps out of an MH-47 Chinook helicopter July 14, 2014, during helocast alternate insertion and extraction training with Soldiers from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment at American Lake on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Helocasting is an airborne technique used by special operations forces units for amphibious insertion into a military area of operation.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt.Russ Jackson)

An Airman from the 22nd Special Tactics Squadron’s Red Team jumps out of an MH-47 Chinook helicopter July 14, 2014, during helocast alternate insertion and extraction training with Soldiers from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment at American Lake on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Helocasting is an airborne technique used by special operations forces units for amphibious insertion into a military area of operation.

(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt.Russ Jackson)

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