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Great American Outdoor Show – Magpul’s Drake Clark

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

I ran across the Magpul booth and who was there, but the Indomitable Drake Clark.

I don’t know what’s more impressive.  That beard, or the Remington 700 decked out in Magpul furniture.

Post SHOT Show Wrapup – Magpul D60 Pouch

Monday, February 1st, 2016


I know we posted this during SHOT Show but I just had someone ask me about pouches for the Magpul D60.  I haven’t seen any aftermarket pouches come out yet, but Magpul has one on the way that uses Tactical Tailor’s MALICE clips for PALS compatibility.

Post SHOT Show Wrapup – 2016 Magpul Catalog

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

The 2016 product catalog from Magpul is now available. New clothing will be released this Spring.


Click on cover to view .pdf


Magpul Rover Hat

Monday, January 25th, 2016

For the guy who wanted to see the upcoming Magpul Rover hat a little closer.  Coming Spring 2016 from www.magpul.com.

SHOT Show – Magpul Lower Receiver Extension?

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

I was looking at stocks in the Magpul booth when I noticed this…


SHOT Show – Magpul’s Bag, Claymore, Happy

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016


There was a hidden gem in the Magpul booth. The Happy Claymore Bag is the result of the CORE team attempting to make a better bag for the M18A1 Claymore Mine. I don’t know what I like more, the smiley face at the front of the bag, the instructions and illustrations, or the actual functionality itself.


The bag opens up to expose a large sheet, similar to a rope bag which includes the instructions. This also makes it a good choice for an SSE bag. Open it up, place it on a flat surface, throw items of interest on the sheet, grab the four corners and all the loot slides into the bag. Of course, as you can see, the Happy Claymore Bag has lots of other uses as well.


Coming soonish from www.magpul.com.

SHOT Show – Magpul Softgoods

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Launching Spring 2016, Magpul has a new Softgoods line consisting of 15 new items.  You’ve already seen the gloves and belts but there’s much more.  

The idea wasn’t to start another tactical line but rather offer clothing that Magpul customers would wear everyday.  Consisting of pants, shirts, t-shirts and hats the clothing is technical in design but casual in appearance.  

For example, they’ve integrated anti-bacterial, moisture wicking and stain resistance into the fabrics.  Additionally, the pants have a gusseted crotch and the shirts have shoulder seams moved slightly forward to be more comfortable when wearing packs.  They’ve also developed their own fit block which incorprates the ability to layer as well as carry concealed.  



The MultiCam Ronin

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

This Magpul Ronin decked out in MultiCam can be yours.  They are raffle get it to raise funds for special operations charities in the Crye Precision booth #32403.