Did you ever get that pipeline? I’m not going to write anything. As a former SOT-A guy, I’m just curious. Don’t answer here, send me an email.
SSD doesn’t get trolled a whole lot these days. You guys are a pretty good mob. But, I remain fascinated by this phenomenon. I ran across this infographic the other day on Sage Dynamics’ site and thought it was worth a share.
Parenthood is awesome!
The latest news from the ongoing dispute between Ares Armor and the ATF shows that Ares Armor successfully obtained the Affidavit used to obtain a search warrant against them. The Affidavit shows that the ATF intentionally deceived a Magistrate Judge in order to justify their actions. Following this, Ares Armor now plans to file an additional suit against the ATF, to recover damages and force the ATF to destroy all stolen information obtained from the Ares Armor computer systems. You can read the full Affidavit by clicking the image above. Additionally, the following link features a letter written by Dimitri Karras, CEO of Ares Armor, which clearly outlines many of the errors made in the Affidavit.
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NRA Life of Duty has released a new feature called Patriot Profiles. Patriot Profiles details the efforts of those who work hard and put their lives on the line to protect the public and their freedoms.
In May of 2011, Buckeye, Arizona police officers Chris Paz and Rolando Tirado were working off-duty security detail at a popular Phoenix event when an altercation with a reckless driver turned deadly. This is the powerful story of the bonds of brotherhood between two officers who work side-by-side every day, and the aftereffect of what happens when one half of a partnership dies in the line of duty.
Developed by Paraclete exclusively for SKD Tactical, (yes, this is a NEW Paraclete carrier) the LVBC – Low Vis BALCS Carrier is a lightweight, affordable armor carrier designed to hold standard BALCS. Intended to bring you in at a low price, the LVBC offers standard features such as front and rear Velcro loop panels as well as a stretch fabric cummerbund system. It is also compatible with most ballistic plates that are up to 10″ x 12″ or Med ESAPI shape and size.
Available in Black, Coyote, MultiCam, and Ranger Green.