Black Rifle Coffee Company — Reviews

Celtic Shield RFID Proof Wallets

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World Traveler Powered by: The BrassTacs By: Scott Lambin Kicking in doors in Iraq in OIF I, protecting diplomats and high level officials in the same neighborhoods or preventing radical Islamists from blowing their junk off with underwear bombs on airplanes; all past (and present) occupations of the founder and CEO of Celtic Shield. Ryan Shamrock, like most of us has spent his entire adult life-putting boot to ass for freedom in one capacity or another. Now the former Special Operations member turned Federal Agent is doing his part with vision, ingenuity and one hell of a work ethic in...

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Springfield Armory's XD 9 Tactical

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An Eclipse of the standard Springfield Armory’s XD 9 Tactical Competition Pistol Powered By The BrassTacs By Scott Lambin The polymer pistol market is growing to a level of dilution almost as fast as the AR. It would be audacious to try to count and name every company casting high-grade polymer and cutting slides to fit them. There are only so many ways to re design a firing pin (aka striker) and re position a hinge pin in a trigger safety to avoid those pesky cease and desist letters before it all runs together. Nonetheless, since polymer/ striker fired pistols...

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Grab and Go

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Four Banger Powered by The BrassTacs By Scott Lambin The world of tactical operations requires a number of specific “things” that are necessary to completing the mission. Body armor, helmets, eye pro, hearing pro (sometimes), GUNS…all are of equal importance. One piece of kit to operators, specifically security guys, is as common as a picketing sign is to hipsters. Go bags…there are thousands of them. Some, for specific use i.e medical, range operations, commo...nonetheless, they are all simply a vehicle to carry our worldly possessions vital to keeping our asses alive, or sustainable in a gunfight. [caption id="attachment_101" align="alignnone" width="1024"]...

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