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Bawidamann – Uber CC QD Horizontal Magazine Carrier

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

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Andrew Bawidamann developed the Uber CC QD Horizontal Magazine Carrier as a unique and comfortable way to carry 1 or 2 spare pistol magazines. Made from Boltoron, the Uber carrier fits both 1.5 in and 1.75 in. belts. It utilizes a custom 1 in. wide Biothane loop for extra stability, which features a ‘PULL THE DOT’ snap. It can be reconfigured by taking it apart and reassembling, depending on user preference, with positive click retention. Mounts centerline for fast access.

Models are available for S&W Shield 9mm, SIG Sauer P238 .380, and SIG Sauer P938 9mm magazines. Handmade in the USA.

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Until April 15th, use discount code PBRSTREETGANG for 15% off.

www.bawidamann.com

Bawaidamann Introduces Denlinger Magazine Carrier

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Previously, Bawidamann introduced the Horizontal Appendix Carry Mag Carrier, AKA the Chris Marshall. Now, he has unveiled the Denlinger Magazine Carrier.

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Manufactured from .09 Black Boltoron, these are hand formed pouches. They are designed to fit both 1.5″/1.75″ belts thanks to the attachment system which may look familiar to those of you who use the PALS Universal Platform. This attachment consists of Dupont ST801 Nylon with a PULL THE DOT Snap to allow for simple adjustments. You don’t have to take your belt off to mount the pouch. Although, Bawidamann did mention that the PULL THE DOT Snaps are tough to break in.

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In addition to the innovative attachment system, the Denlinger can be connected one to another.

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Currently available for the single stack 1911, GLOCK 9/40 and M&P 9/40.

For a limited time, Bawidamann has been generous enough to offer a discount code “PBRSTREETGANG” which gives 15% off. This offer only applies to magazine carriers and MOLLE platforms only. Offer good thru April 15th.

Sneak Peek – RMJ Tactical/Bawidamnn Ragnorak Hawk

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Bawidamann and RMJ are teaming up!

RMJ Tactical is teaming up with Bawidmann to present the “RAGNAROK” hawk which will be offered in both 12″ and 14″ versions. According to Bawidamann Blades, they’ve always been and always will be ardent RMJ TACTICAL Tomahawk fanboys and customers. Over the years they’ve have gone from fanboys to peers to friends and without Ryan Johnson there would be no PUP system. He machined the first kydex versions out gratis, to help Andrew get them off the ground when he had no start up capital. Bawidamann went on to say this about Ryan, “He is a Fine American and one hell of a designer/engineer. He makes the finest Hawk in the world in my opinion and we were super flattered that he wanted to collaborate with us to make some small, light, designer axes that are well…badass.”

Bawidamann Introduces Mag Carriers

Monday, January 27th, 2014

Andrew Bawidamann is an artist, so when he does something different it gets my attention. For example, the PALS Universal Platforms that allow you to mount virtually anything via PALS. It’s a cool design and quite useful. Recently, he introduced the Horizontal Appendix Carry Mag Carrier, AKA the Chris Marshall, named after his buddy who came up with the design initially. Bawidamann liked it so much that he asked to make a run of them. As much as he likes the bullets up, horizontal, belt mounted design, he thought others might as well. For the past few weeks he’s been at work, hand building them. And he’s learned. by his own admission, the design isn’t optimized for mass production. Consequently, don’t get worked up over the price. These are more a labor love than a money making enterprise. Like Bawidamann says, “The price reflects the suffering.” Manufactured from Boltoron in Black. I’m not sure how long he’ll make them so if you are interested, you might want to get in on these sooner rather than later.

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Currently, the Horizontal Appendix Carry Mag Carrier is available for several models of GLOCK, M&P, 1911 and SIG. Check the site for availability.

www.bawidamann.com

VZ Grips Featuring Bawidamann Art

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

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Back during Blade Show we gave you a glimpse of these new 1911 grips from VZ Grips featuring some killer art from our friend Andrew Bawidamann. These Ragnarok or Walkure Grips from the Bawidamann Designer series add some “Electric Viking Deco Spirit” to your gat.

TEXTURE: Medium
USE: Carry, Tactical, Range, Competition

MATERIALS: G10, CARBON FIBER

vzgrips.com/gun-grips/1911/bawidamann

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The PUP Taco from Bawidamann & HSGI

Friday, August 30th, 2013

What do you get when you combine the HSGI Taco with a Bawidamann PUP.

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According to Bawidamann, this is what you do:

Tools needed: 4 hands, Phillips screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, some patience, and tons of swearing. Installing a HSGI TACO onto anything is not fun. This is ESPECIALLY NOT FUN. But the end result is worth the hassle. Just another thing you can do with this handy piece of kit.

Adjustable to securely fit: 1 inch – 3 inch belts in 3/8 inch increments. Move retention Post-nut/Screw assembly up or down the face of the PUP in a “diagonal checkers jump” to designated belt width fit. Further fit is controlled by adjusting tension on rubber washers of the Belt retention Post-nut/Screw. Tighten the screw, the rubber washers expand, and retention increases.

Btw, my friend Andrew Bawidamann shared a sneak peek at his latest piece, a Spartan Girl. That guy is like a bottle of fine wine. He gets better and better with age.

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Can’t wait to see the finished piece.

www.bawidamann.com

Bawidamann Archangel Michael Morale Patch

Friday, June 21st, 2013

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The Archangel Michael Morale Patches are in. These 2.75” x 1.75”? patches are made from PVC and offered in three versions, a standard white on black model, black on black for those covert ops and the glow-in-the-dark for anyone who wants to keep track of their buddies at night. Developed in conjunction with MilSpec Money.

www.milspecmonkey.com

Blade Show – VZ Grips / Bawidamann

Saturday, June 1st, 2013

This is wear art and utility meet. VZ Grips showed us the prototypes for their upcoming Die Walkure 1911 grips featuring Bawidamann designs.

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Inspired by design elements from Bawidamann’s Die Walkure artwork, the version on the left is called Skuld and the version on the right, Ragnorak. Look for an additional design as well as a couple of colors in G10. Additionally, the grips will be packaged along with a T-shirt.

Coming soon from www.VZgrips.com

Blade Show – Strider Knives Announces Adoption of Bawidamann PUP

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Strider Knives has just announced that they are adopting the Bawidamann PALS Universal Platform as a mounting option for their sheath knives.

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Bawidamann recently introduced a new injection molded version of the PUP that is no longer riveted but rather allows the user more flexibility in configuring their equipment including MOLLE and belt mounts.

According to Strider’s Josh Lee, while it will still be offered as an option, they are transitioning from the Blade-tech Tech-lok to the PUP for two reasons. First, versatility. The PUP offers a lot of options. Second, Made in USA! America, Fuck Yeah! Nuff Said.

Bawidamann Update – Art and Belts and Blades, Oh My

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

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Bawidamann Blades will be releasing 7 knives for sale on Wednesday 2.13.13 AT 5PM (5pm OHIO USA EASTERN TIME ZONE).

3 Skulds. Finish: Tumbled?
4 Pogns. Finish: Patina Flats, Blasted Bevels, cracked earth tumble

Please DO NOT email with special requests in regards to the knives, especially if you did not move fast enough. THESE GO QUICK. EVERTHING SOLD WITHIN 26 MINUTES THE LAST TIME …You know the Drill. MADE IN USA by the Bawidamann Bros. *NOTICE: Knives will not ship until 2.18.13.

They’ve also got a cool one-of-a-kind art sale in progress.

www.bawidamann.com