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The Modern Day Viking Shirt From 1MOA Solutions

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Ever feel like a modern day Viking?

Vikings

Get the 1MOA Solutions Viking Tee and prove it. It features a Viking’s three favorite things written in Norse across the chest, the 1MOA Solutions turret logo on right sleeve and a battle-worn Viking on back

Note: Before you ask, we’re saying the polite translation is “Beer. War. Women!” since the actually translation isn’t suitable for the easily offended (think OPP).

Pre-order shirts are priced at $19.95 with a flat ship of $5.00 for two weeks, with shirts shipping end of the month.

Made in the USA and printed by COMBAT-Swag.

Click the Paypal link here to order, and be sure to include sizes and qtys during checkout.

Email info@1moasolutions.com with any questions or further details.

TYR GROUP Offers Tracking Items

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

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The TYR GROUP (not to be confused with TYR Tactical) specializes in combat tracking training. Their store includes the TYR GROUP T-shirt produced by Mitchell Martin at Gator Graphics, the TYR Group Combat Tracker Blade made by Custom Bladesmith Jeff Crowner, Signed Copies of John Hurth’s book “Combat Tracking Guide” as well as PVC patches made by John McConnell at Combat-Swag. Below is their Combat Tracker badge which reminds me of the old RECONDO badges.

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In the future they will be adding other T-shirt designs, Patches as well as custom Knives and survival gear. Also, look for a collaboration with Spencer Alan Reiter of SAR Global Tool.

www.tyrgroupllc.com

Combat-Swag

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Combat-Swag is now making glow-in-the-dark PVC patches, if you’re interested in something different than the traditional embroidered or even PVC patch. Combat-Swag is a small, privately owned company based in Pennsylvania that has established an excellent reputation for customer service. Their focus lately has been morale style patches, decals and stickers but they also do apparel and glassware (including a specialty section for the Marine Corps Ball). They advise, “You won’t find a fancy website with pick-and-click shopping. We prefer a phone call or email, as we are an up-close-and-personal full custom shop. You won’t find better service, period.” They are on line or go check out the Facebook page.

Hat tip to BOLO Report.