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AltaContour Pads Review

AltaContour pads [displayproduct] I found these AltaContour pads to be very flexible, comfortable, and durable. They stand up very well to hard surfaces.  The kneepads have an excellent and durable connection system that we haven’t seen before.  They stood up to some serious torture testing! Be sure to watch to the end for the Tactical Slide music video. Biomechanically designed, offers great knee motion and comfortable fit Extra flexible with sectional foam padding Soft rubber cap is skid-resistant and provides protection and flexibility Cordura nylon cover “Compression Recovery” half-inch Neoprene foam padding provides firm, consistent support without bottoming...

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I’m a militia member, and so are you

Militia Before you pick up your phone and start calling the NSA and report me as a terrorist, calm down and take a breath. I don’t go to any meetings, nor am I a racist or an extreme Christian fundamentalist (just ask my Indian, Hindu wife), I don’t train with a bunch of elite operators and I sure as heck don’t have any dreams of overthrowing the government. So hopefully I’ve dispelled some of your preconceptions about me. Now let’s talk about you. You never signed your name on a piece of paper, swore an oath, or (if you’re...

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How to Paint a Gun, Gear, or Just About Anything

                                    I am a member of a local gun-trading forum and a frequenter of new and old gun shops in the Spokane area. A new member of the forum started posting and showing pictures of the paint jobs they had done and then started talking about hydrographic printing. I had never heard of hydrographic printing (or “dipping”) before, so I decided to check it out. There was a new place in town called Liquid Transformations, and inside the rather nondescript building was...

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Which Glock is Best for Your Buck?

This is a question that I had to spend a lot of time pondering. I bought a Kel-Tec SUB-2000 a few years ago, and it came with the Glock 17 magazine compatibility, so I have been on the hunt for one ever since. Last month, I had gotten beyond my point of desperation. I NEEDED MY GLOCK. Now, I’ve had a Winchester 70 Stealth in .308 for about five years and though I had quite a bit of fondness for it, I had only taken it out to shoot maybe once per year. It was beautiful, big, heavy, expensive...

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