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HARDCORE TACTICS – Dress&Gun – Mag Pants For NATO 5.56 Magazines

Sunday, August 6th, 2017

For when the original Magpul isn’t kawaii enough, and Ranger Plates are a bit too operator, HARDCORE TACTICS has come up with the perfect solution for your 5.56 magazines: the Dress&Gun Mag Pants. These stylish pantsu will be available in multiple colors, and attach to any NATO spec 5.56 magazine, facilitating more expedient magazine changes during tactical meido scenarios weapon and magazine manipulation.

Here’s a machine translation of the product description from the official product page:

HARDCORE TACTICS Mug Pants 5.56

HARDCORE TACTICS Magpants relaxes the draw from the magazine’s pouch, magazine change and impact when falling

This is a magazine support made of 5.56 magazine compatible synthetic rubber.

Let’s make your pants panty without thinking about difficult things!

Color: White · Pink · Blue

2 packages in 1 package

Available for pre-order soon.

dressandgun.militaryblog.jp/e868707

hxctacs.army.jp

This Is Real

Saturday, August 5th, 2017

It is located outside of the Harlow Police Station in Essex. The photo wasn't taken by a concerned party, aghast by the shear existence of such a device, but rather was posted to Facebook by the Essex Police, who are quite proud.

The AutoGlove

Sunday, July 23rd, 2017

AutoGlove

The AutoGlove is a glove designed to allow shooters to simulate fully automatic fire with their semi-automatic firearms. The AutoGlove incorporates a ‘Trigger Assist Device’, an automated device which pulls the tigger in a variety of preprogramed configurations, including single shot, double tap, 3-round burst, or full auto. Customers will also be able to choose from either a synthetic or leather glove, in either a tactical or sporting configuration, depending on preference.

Unlike devices like bump fire stocks or speciality triggers, the AutoGlove requires no modification of the base firearm to function, only that the minimum space inside the trigger guard be 3/4″ by 3/4″, and a trigger pull weight of 3.5 lbs. The AutoGlove is available for pre-order on the official site, with an expected delivery period starting October 2017.

The AutoGlove is made in the USA using USA-sourced parts and machinery.

autogloveusa.com

Let’s Help Out Maj Gebbie’s Fellow Unit Members

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

I’m sure SSD’s readers can come up with some excellent ways to let Maj Gebbie know the error of his ways. Based on the Major’s behavior, the more passive aggressive, the better.

Zäck Stock – Detachable Stock Handgun

Sunday, June 11th, 2017

Just as soon as I say I’ve seen everything, someone shows me up and does something new. This is the case with Zäck Stock’s Detachable Stock Handgun.

Even if you already own a handgun, they’ge got you covered with the Zäck Stock Pro Detachable Stock Handgun Holster.

I can think of a couple of reasons why neither one of these are great ideas, but I’m sure SSD’s readers will come up with plenty more.

Although the site is short on details, feel free to check it out at zackstock.com.

Working Rich – Gunsticles Tactical Testicles

Sunday, May 21st, 2017

Gunsticles-Black

Working Rich’s Gunsticles is a product in the same vein as the TAC-SAC; that is to say, it’s a decorative accessory modeled after a pair of testicles that you can mount to your firearm, via Picatinny rail. The difference? These swing.

The Gunsticles are available in both Black and FDE. You can order yours, and check out uncensored imagery, at the link below.

www.gunsticles.com

Kick Some Ass with a Rolled Up Magazine – Take 4

Friday, April 14th, 2017

I’m sharing this for a fourth time because it best demonstrates my current mood. However, while this video is quite entertaining, Professor Duncan was the real deal. Unfortunately, he passed away in 2012. A former Marine, may he Rest In Peace.

If you are a fan of our WTF? series of articles then this one is for you. We think we have identified the mother of all WTF?’s and all future articles will be judged against this one. This is awesome!

Professor Ronald Duncan is providing instruction in the art of Hoda Korosu; the art of improvised weaponry. I was actually quite pleased to see this as I have been telling my kids since they were little that you could turn anything into a weapon. I don’t think they really ever believed me until now.

Ever get your ass kicked with a rolled up magazine? Well be careful with this information. It can be dangerous. Seriously, someone (yes it was one of those doubting Thomas children of mine) almost put my eye out earlier. If you do put your eye out, (or anything else) remember, we warned you.

Finally, I gotta say, seeing this guy I immediately think of Pootie Tang and the belt. Then again, if this doesn’t work for you, there’s the Craig Sawyer method.

War Sport’s Company Description On the NRAAM Website Is, Shall We Say, Interesting

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

I’d like to say War Sport was pranked, but brands are responsible for the descriptions submitted to the NRA Annual Meeting website.

I didn’t believe my eyes, so I checked twice. It didn’t change. Next, I checked a couple of major brands. Their’s were all legit.  This one is, interesting.  Just like the title of the post says.

Here is the link.

In case you can’t read the print in the screenshot, it says:

War Sport is dedicated to producing the lowest quality weapons systems and components for the inexperienced shooter leveraging below average technology. Through an inferior process of design and ninja-neering, our products are built to a sub standard providing inconsistent accuracy and garbage that remains unmatched across the industry. From raw materials to shooter ready, War Sport rifles, components and accessories are made in house with no attention to detail to ensure that our products never meet expectations. For more information on how pathetic we are, go to warsport.com.