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New Assault Hike at the Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot Goes Full Auto with Kinetic Development Group June 3 & 4

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

100-Percent of KDG Full Auto Upgrade Sales to Benefit Hire Heroes USA

Monroeton, PA – May 25, 2017 – The Shooters Gauntlet announced that its all new Assault Hike will go full auto during the Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot June 3 & 4 thanks to a partnership with Kinetic Development Group (KDG). KDG is sponsoring the Assault Hike, giving shooters the chance to handle the company ARC-4 machine gun through the complete assault hike course. The cost of the KDG full auto upgrade is $10, with 100-percent of the sales being donated to Hire Heroes USA, a non-profit that empowers U.S. military members, veterans and military spouses to succeed in the civilian workforce.


The new Assault Hike course, which will open at the start of the Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot, is now longer and more challenging with added auto targets and steel. With the KDG full auto upgrade, each shooter can choose to upgrade the hike and take the full auto KDG ARC-4 machine gun through the course.


“The guys from KDG have been incredible supporters of our Stone Mountain Machine Gun Shoot since the beginning,” said Bob Raimo, owner of The Shooters Gauntlet. “They have some of the most innovative AR and SCAR accessory products on the market. We’re grateful for their support and proud to be working with them to give to a great cause in support of our military servicemen and women.”

To sign up for the assault hike, go to www.shootersgauntlet.com/machine-gun to purchase a weekend pass. Tickets are on sale now and start at $25. Veterans receive 20-percent off their weekend pass with code: VETERAN. Online ticket sales end May 27. Tickets will be available to purchase on-site, cash only. All KDG upgrades will take place as a cash sale on-site.

Thyrm Supports C.O.P.S. Through Limited Edition Products

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Sunnyvale, CA — Thyrm is offering Blue Line Editions of their popular CellVault and SwitchBack product lines featuring a law enforcement color scheme. Thyrm will donate $10 for each product sold to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.).


Each year, between 140 and 160 officers die in the line of duty and their families and co-workers are left to cope with the tragic loss. C.O.P.S. provides resources to help them rebuild their shattered lives.


The Limited Edition Blue Line items are Made in America and available exclusively at thyrm.com.

Join Quantico Tactical In Supporting The Duskin & Stephens Foundation

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

What is the Duskin & Stephens Foundation?
The Duskin & Stephens Foundation was setup and is operated by team members of CW2 “Big Mike” Duskin and SFC Riley Stephens who were KIA in the Fall of 2012 in Afghanistan. The foundation supports the families and provides private educational opportunities for children of Special Operations Soldiers Killed In Action (KIA).

How Did the Duskin & Stephens Foundation Start and Who Runs it?
In 2013, after their teammates Mike Duskin and Riley Stephens were killed in action in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, two active duty Green Berets struggled with the best way to honor the memory and support the families of their fallen brothers.

What started as a plan to buy a keg, grill hamburgers and hotdogs and tell stories about Duskin and Stephens to their families, morphed into a highly organized community event, attended by over 1,000 Special Forces Soldiers, Sailors, Marines & Airmen & their families and raised over $84,000.

This one event grew into the Duskin and Stephens Foundation, a non-profit organization with multiple annual events that support the families of fallen members of Special Operations Forces and the educational needs of children of Special Operations Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines.

The annual Duskin & Stephens “Beef & Beer” event is held the Thursday before Memorial Day at the Pinehurst Fair Barn and attracts over 2,500 people from the Fort Bragg area Special Operations Community and their Supporters.

Why is Duskin & Stephens Different?
We have all grown tired of “Charities” which seem to have highly paid staff who spend money on extravagant trips with little money left over for those they purport to support. That is NOT Duskin & Stephens Foundation.

Duskin & Stephens is a true grass roots organiztion. 100% of the event is planned by active duty soldiers, their spouses and supporters, 100% of the items are donated by the surrounding community and 100% of the proceeds are given back to support the families of Special Forces Soldiers Killed In Action, mainly through private education of their children.

But Don’t All Troops KIA Deserve to be Honored and Their Families Supported?Absolutely. Quantico Tactical has chosen to make a difference by supporting the Duskin & Stephens Foundation which local to our Corp HQ and is part of our community. We encourage our customers, friends and family to find and support local grass-roots organizations to honor our fallen brothers/sisters and support their families. If you are unable to do so, we ask that your consider supporting Duskin & Stephens

What is Quantico Tactical Doing to Help?
Quantico Tactical is doing the following to help Duskin & Stephens:
-Donating 100% of our Store & Web Gross Profits from 25 May to 29 May to the Founation
-Coordinated with S&W, SIG Sauer and Beretta to Donate Weapons for the Beef & Beer Silent Auction. Special thanks to S&W, Sig and Beretta for donating the weapons.
-Special Thanks to Big Rock Sports who showed up at our corp HQ yesterday with two un-solicated Browning X-Bolt Rifles for the silent auction.
-Coordinated with Surefire to provide custom cups for the Beef & Beer
Assist in Planning of the Beef & Beer
-Taking Our Smoker of Awesomeness to Feed over 500 attendees at the Beef & Beer

What Can I Do to Help?
Glad You Asked!
-If in the Pinehurst/Ft Bragg Area, Attend the Beef and Beer
Buy a Beef & Beer T-Shirt
-Shop at a Quantico Tactical store or on their website
Buy and Duskin & Stephens Custom Benchmade Knife
Make a Donation

Duskin & Stephen’s Website duskinandstephens.org

Duskin & Stephen’s Facebook Page www.facebook.com/duskinandstephens

Operational Detachment Source Donating ALL Profits From Limited Run Raven Holsters To SOC-F During Memorial Day

Monday, May 22nd, 2017


Give Back This Memorial Day with the Polaris “RZR Salute to Heroes” Donation Campaign

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Minneapolis, May 15, 2017 – Polaris is partnering with Warfighter Made to give back to injured service members and veterans this Memorial Day with the “RZR Salute to Heroes” donation campaign. The campaign is raising funds for the non-profit organization Warfighter Made so they can continue to provide off-road experiences and customized vehicles to ill, injured, and combat-wounded service members and veterans.

“Polaris Government & Defense is proud to provide customized military vehicles for operational use, but Polaris also supports our warfighters when they return home through campaigns like this and with our commercial products like RZR,” John Olson, PhD, vice president and general manager of Polaris Government and Defense. “This campaign helps celebrate what off-road recreational freedom means to our nation’s wounded warrior heroes by getting them into the RZR, one of our most popular sport off-road vehicles, when they return home.

Starting today Polaris RZR is raising money in two ways, with 100 percent of the donations going directly to Warfighter Made. Those who donate through the “RZR Salute to Heroes”­ website will be entered to win one of 16 prizes from industry partners. Donors will also be eligible to win the grand prize, a custom military-themed RZR XP Turbo EPS built by the Diesel Brothers. Additionally, RZR will contribute $5 (up to $25,000) for every social media post that includes a picture of a RZR, a RZR Life story, and #RZRLife or #RZRSalutetoHeroes.

Warfighter Made was established in 2012, with the goal of empowering and improving the quality of life for ill, injured and combat-wounded service members and veterans, and improving their quality of life by keeping them connected to their families, friends, community and the world. The organization offers programs, as like recreational therapy, through the adaptation and customization of trucks, motorcycles and off-road vehicles. Polaris RZRs are used during these recreational trips

“Warfighter Made makes a difference for so many veterans by giving them the opportunity to continue to do the things they enjoy most, like off-roading.” said Matt Boone, RZR Marketing Manager. “RZR has been a partner of Warfighter Made for a number of years, andwe wanted to show our continued support for the incredible work they do with our country’s heroes.”

The “RZR Salute to Heroes” campaign runs May 15 to May 29, closing at 11:59 p.m. CST.

Intergalactic Gelände Quaffing Grudge Match & Silent Auction 2017

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Join in supporting the All In All The Time Foundation at the annual INTERGALACTIC GELÄNDE QUAFFING Grudge Match & Silent Auction in Tampa, FL.

Visit www.sandsprecision.com/events/gq/ for more information!

EOD Warrior 5k Run On Memorial Day

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

EOD Warrior Foundation is hosting a 5k event at Liberty Station in San Diego on Memorial Day (29 May).



Lead The Way Fund Gala

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

The Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund will be hosting its 3rd Gala Benefit this evening at Pier Sixty in NYC in support of our wounded and active duty U.S. Army Rangers and their families. Tom Brokaw will be back again as the Master of Ceremonies and the United States Special Operations Command Warrior Care Program (Care Coalition) will be honored with the Sgt. James J. Regan Lifetime Achievement Award. The USSOCOM Warrior Care Program supports Special Operations Forces (SOF) Wounded, Ill, or Injured service members and their families by providing a model advocacy program to enhance and strengthen their quality of life.

Protonex Technology Corporation is proud to support the great work of the Lead The Way Fund and has donated a custom Glock pistol for the auction portion of this evening’s event. Protonex Director of Military Sales, Ray Summers (himself a former 75th Ranger Regiment NCO) will also be in attendance at this evening’s Gala.