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Industry – Please Help Support The Homefront Shootout

Friday, July 24th, 2015

I was recently contacted by an old friend to see if I could help organize some prizes for an annual shooting event August 14-16, 2015 in Branson, MO.

Homefront Shootout is an event hosted by vets for vets, service members and civilians as a whole.

The event consists of seven stages. All-in-all they need a minimum of 21 prizes (1st, 2nd and 3rd place). In particular, I’m hoping a couple of knife brands can support the event with prizes.

If you’re interested in supporting, shoot me an email and I’ll connect you with the coordinator.

To learn more visit Homefront Shootout.

“Reap” A New Print from 30 Seconds Out

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

20% Of the Profit of the sale of this print goes directly to USAFTACP.ORG.



Memorial Chips from Inglorious Amateurs

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Inglorious Amateurs produced these Memorial chips to highlight the 34 stars added to the CIA’s Memorial Wall since 9/11.


Each chip features a version of the Memorial Wall star and a quote from the inscription on the wall that reads, “For Those Who Gave Their Lives In The Service Of Their Country”. On the other side is our Inglorious Amateurs logo, url and moto: “Nos Longe Inter Paucos”.

These are all numbered, with an initial run of only 100 available. They are donating $5.00 from every chip purchased to the CIA Officers Memorial Foundation.

Xtreme Couture GI Foundation – Our Heroes Benefit Concert

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

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Warrior West – Sneak Peek “The Dude”

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

One of the first things I was shown at this year’s ADS Inc Warrior West Expo at the San Diego Convention Center was this gun case. Its only marking was a decal from Stumpies Custom Guns. Located in Swansboro, NC, Stumpies is a small custom shop run by wounded warrior Marine EOD Vets amd well known to many.

The real surprise is once you get inside the case, and the story behind it. Named “The Dude”, this rifle will be raffled off later this year to raise funds for the EOD Warrior Foundation. The name derives from the nickname of a buddy of Stumpies owner, Brad Lang who was killed in action. As raffled, it will include everything you see here like the Leupold optic and Adams Industries night vision device as well as several other goodies not yet ready.

As you can see in this photo, the .308 AI action has been engraved with the rifle’s name.

You’ll be seeing a lot more of this gun. In fact, it’s scheduled to be a featured article in an upcoming issue issue of Harris Publications‘ Tactical Weapons magazine.

Please Join Me In Donating To The Combat Control Museum

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

The Benini Heritage Center and Museum is located at the Combat Control School at Pope Field, NC.  

The museum is named after Alcide S. “Bull” Benini (seen above circa 1951), a WWII Bataan Death March survivor 1942 and veteran of the 82nd Airborne Division 1946-1952, he transitioned to the USAF and became its first Combat Controller in 1953.

There have only been about 3,000 Combat Controllers in the history of the careerfield. Unfortunately, the facility cannot be properly maintained solely from funds donated by survivng CCT members and the USAF does not find the museum. That’s why they need our help.

My first two USAF assignments were as a Special Tactics Intelligence Officer. I learned first hand about the capabilities Combat Control brings to the fight. Many of you have worked with them in other capacities. Now is our chance to give back and help them preserve their heritage.

Every little bit helps.

Introducing the Honor Line from Dynamis Alliance

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

As Dynamis Alliance has established itself, founder Dom Raso wanted to do something to give back to others.  He created a deep bond with the men he served with as a SEAL and decided to start by memorializing them.  He has introduced a series of limited edition T-shirts.  All of the proceeds from their sale will go either directly to the family of the man honored by the shirt or to an appropriate charity.

On March 17, 2010, we lost Dom’s teammate Adam Brown in a battle in Afghanistan’s Kunar Province.  With artwork by Nobody, the shirt’s components honor his devotion to God and his Arkansas heritage.

Sporting Clay Shoot Fundraiser in Va Beach – April 4th

Friday, March 13th, 2015


Congrats Team Hot Shots!

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

A note from Team Hot Shots regarding their conquering of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Congrats Team Hot Shots

Massive thank you to everyone that has sponsored Team Hot Shots and a special thanks to our main sponsors Arc’teryx, Smith Optics, Crye Precision, SureFire LLC, Edgar Brothers, Crimson Trace, Dead Legacy, MultiCam, Soldier Systems, and International model management. Our team did the Machame route took six days to complete the route back home safe and sound.

Well done guys!

Get in on the #Mission22 Raffle to Win a Custom 1911 by Dalton Fury

Saturday, February 21st, 2015

Win a DF Custom 1911 .45 ACP and support #MISSION22

#Mission22, a nonprofit veteran’s organization committed to raising public awareness and support of veterans suffering from PTSD and TBI and to end veteran suicide in America wants to raise $20,000 between now and 25 May 2015. #Mission22 was created by Special Operations Veteran Tom Spooner who chose the name Mission 22 because we are losing 22 Veterans a day to suicide!


You could win a custom 1911 built by the man himself, Dalton Fury who has transitioned from a shooter in the Unit to best selling author and now, pistolsmith.

DF Custom 1911 .45 ACP SN# MISSION22 w/custom leather holster by J.R. Custom Holsters

A hand built and blued .45 ACP pistol with custom aluminum grips highlighting the #MISSION22 logo. Custom dark walnut presentation case by Dave Lauck of D&L Sports, DF Customs certificate of authenticity, and a custom hand crafted holster from J.R. Custom Holsters in Emmett, ID.

Pistol specs:
-Gunsmith fit forged Caspian Govt. 5″ slide with laser engraved DF Custom 1911 logo
-Precision machined Caspian frame serial number MISSION22
-Bar-Sto Match Target stainless steel barrel hand fitted
-Hand blended Smith & Alexander Mag guide to frame well
-Hand blended Wilson Combat beavertail grip safety
-Hand blended Cylinder & Slide thumb safety
-Hand blended Wilson Combat slide stop
-Hand blended EGW bushing to EGW recoil spring plug
-Hand checkered and angled Ed Brown mag release button
-Serrated front strap and slide top
-Undercut trigger guard/front strap connection
-Dehorned entire pistol
-Hand blended slide rear to frame and beavertail
-Custom grips from WickedGrips
-Novak Lo-Mount rear sight
-Hand blended Chambers Custom front sight
-Greider precision V-series match trigger
-Custom case hand made by Dave Lauck of D&L Sports
-Hand polished and hot blued by Precision Bluing

Holster specs:
-Hand crafted by Jim Ryan
-Outside the waistband / 1911 Govt. Model 5″
-Burgundy horsehide with Burgundy Ring Lizard and Black Frog trim
-Underside of holster laser engraved with #MISSION22 logo

Custom #MISSION22 blade by Joey Watson w/custom leather sheath from J.R. Custom Holsters

Blade specs:
-Custom made by Joe Watson Knives in Austin, TX
-Grounded CTS-B75P steel in Mini-Bowie pattern
-Heat treated with satin finish and polished convex edge
-Hand sculpted carbon fiber handle slabs and set off with mosaic pins
-Laser engraved #MISSION22 logo near the hilt

Sheath specs:
-Hand crafted by Jim Ryan
-Outside the waistband loop
-Burgundy Horsehide with Burgundy Ring Lizard and Black Frog trim
-Full welt construction with floating welt retention tab

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