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Crosman – Benjamin Armada PCP Air Rifle

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

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The Benjamin Armada is a .22 caliber pre-charged pneumatic rifle which features a Magpul M-LOK modular accessory system forend. According to the manufacturer, the Armada is the first commercially available PCP rifle that “allows shooters the same breadth of modularity and user configurability as enjoyed by the AR community.” It achieves this through the aforementioned M-LOK forend, as well as designing the rifle to Mil-Spec dimensions for the grip and stock interfaces.

The Armada is capable of delivering velocities of up to 1000 FPS with 32 foot pounds of energy. Included is a 10-shot magazine. The rifle features full suppression, and is capable of 30 shots per fill. The receiver has a machined Picatinny rail, and the bolt is reversible for left-handed shooters. Also included is an on-board gauge and two-stage trigger.

Unfortunately, the images aren’t showing the production model. Rather, it’s a special one-of-a-kind model that’s currently up for auction on Gunbroker through November 2nd, with the proceeds going to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation. The package contains:

– Magpul M-LOK Modular Locking System
– Magpul PRS (Precision Rifle / Sniper) adjustable stock
– Magpul MBUS Pro Sight front and rear
– Magpul MIAD GEN 1.1 Grip Type 1
– Magpul M-LOK Cantilever Rail / Light mount
– Surefire Scout weapon light
– Tarjac Multi-Cam finish
– Zeiss TERRA 3x 4-12×50 mm scope
– Telescoping bipod
– 3 removable/configurable, M-LOK compatible handguards
– Custom embroidered Benjamin rifle case

The Armada is built in America.

For more information on the Benjamin Armada, and the auction, visit www.crosman.com/nsfauction

Virginia Beach Fallen Heroes – 4th Annual Fundraiser

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

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The Virgina Beach Fallen Heroes foundation is holding their 4th Annual Fundraiser September 20th, 2014. The event is taking place 1200 – 1800 at Camp Pendleton, VA Beach. Admission includes beer, BBQ, burgers, hotdogs, and live music from local bands. Must be 21+. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation and Navy SEAL Museum. To purchase tickets, visit www.thenoblemen.org/event-900554, or stop by these local VA Beach establishments:

South Beach Grill
Lendy’s Cafe & Raw Bar
Dakota M Salon & Spa
Rudee’s On the Inlet Restaurant & Cabana Bar

If you’re a company interested in sponsoring the event, you can contact Sean Sawyer at sean@vbfh.org.

www.vbfh.org

www.facebook.com/VBFallenHeroes

What’s The Navy SEAL Foundation All About?

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Our friends at Ironclad produced this great video for Navy SEAL Foundation that shows what they are all about.

New Violent Little Machine Shop Product – Tactical Rail Bottle Opener

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

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Violent Little Machine Shop’s latest product, the Tactical Rail Bottle Opener, is an aluminum Matte Finish Type III Class II Hardcoat Anodized bottle opener with a CNC machined mil-spec Picatinny rail. Comes with the Violent Little logo laser engraved on the back, and in three colors: Blue, Green, and Black. One dollar of every purchase is donated to the Navy SEAL foundation. Made in the USA.

www.violentlittle.com/products/tactical-rail-bottle-opener

“Freedom Isn’t Free” Cooler to Benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation Relisted on eBay

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

eBay strikes! Halfway through the “Freedom Isn’t Free” Cooler Auction to Benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation, eBay shut it down. Now, it’s back up with all of the details the same. Unfortunately, they lost all of the bids so if you participated before, head back over.

1) Cooler_front

Our friends at MATBOCK have come up with a really cool fundraising idea. They have a buddy who makes custom coolers and approached him about doing a 100% Made in USA cooler with a military theme in order to raise funds for the Navy SEAL Foundation.

A lot of work went into this build. Here you can see the up close, the illustrations burned into the wood.

As an added bonus, the winner will be able to decide what he wants added to the lid.

10) Cooler_Top

They’ve also added a few embellishments to keep with the theme.

This is going to look great in my backyard so go out there and win it as a donation for the SSD home office!

Here’s how it works. Visit the auction on eBay.

How to enter
1) Make your bid and check back to ensure you are the highest bidder
2) Give us a Like on Facebook – Visit MATBOCK on Facebook

Details
– The winner will have the opportunity to pick from three other drawings to complete the top of the cooler or they can submit their own idea to be placed on the top. (this is why we have a longer handling time)
– The cooler will arrive before memorial day weekend
– The auction will last 7 days and ends on 13 May.
– 100% of your bid will be donated to the Navy SEAL Foundation
– MATBOCK will pay for UPS ground shipping

The theme for this cooler is “Freedom isn’t free” because so often we forget the daily sacrifices that people all around the world make to ensure our freedom. Usually only during key events or holidays do people (sadly including us) think about these sacrifices. With this hand built 100% USA made cooler on your porch, patio or even in your garage, you will remember the daily sacrifice, not to mention 100% of your donation will go towards the Navy SEAL Foundation to help the families of the men who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Retail for this cooler is over $900, so lets start bidding!

www.eBay.com

“Freedom Isn’t Free” Cooler to Benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation

Monday, May 6th, 2013

1) Cooler_front

Our friends at MATBOCK have come up with a really cool fundraising idea. They have a buddy who makes custom coolers and approached him about doing a 100% Made in USA cooler with a military theme in order to raise funds for the Navy SEAL Foundation.

A lot of work went into this build. Here you can see the up close, the illustrations burned into the wood.

As an added bonus, the winner will be able to decide what he wants added to the lid.

10) Cooler_Top

They’ve also added a few embellishments to keep with the theme.

This is going to look great in my backyard so go out there and win it as a donation for the SSD home office!

Here’s how it works. Visit the auction on eBay.

How to enter
1) Make your bid and check back to ensure you are the highest bidder
2) Give us a Like on Facebook – Visit MATBOCK on Facebook

Details
– The winner will have the opportunity to pick from three other drawings to complete the top of the cooler or they can submit their own idea to be placed on the top. (this is why we have a longer handling time)
– The cooler will arrive before memorial day weekend
– The auction will last 7 days and ends on 13 May.
– 100% of your bid will be donated to the Navy SEAL Foundation
– MATBOCK will pay for UPS ground shipping

The theme for this cooler is “Freedom isn’t free” because so often we forget the daily sacrifices that people all around the world make to ensure our freedom. Usually only during key events or holidays do people (sadly including us) think about these sacrifices. With this hand built 100% USA made cooler on your porch, patio or even in your garage, you will remember the daily sacrifice, not to mention 100% of your donation will go towards the Navy SEAL Foundation to help the families of the men who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Retail for this cooler is over $900, so lets start bidding!

www.eBay.com

MATBOCK Belt Buckle Sales Benefit Navy SEAL Foundation

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Yesterday we told you that MATBOCK had some cool new t-shirts, hat and yes, even belt buckles. As you can see, this 2.25″ x 3.25″ oval pewter buckle buckle is pretty cool and with every purchase of MATBOCK Gear, they will donate 10% of your total MATBOCK Gear order amount to the Navy SEAL Foundation to support the families of the warriors who gave their lives for our freedom.

MATBOCK Belt Buckle

www.matbock.com/products/matbock-belt-buckle

Unique SEAL Sniper Art to Raise Funds for Wounded Wear and the Navy SEAL Foundation

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

911 shoot 1

You may recall our lead story on 9/11 about a retired SEAL Sniper who was creating a one-of-a-kind piece of art to commemorate his fallen brothers in arms. Now, the piece is complete and the organizers have provided us with this statement:

911 raw target

Wounded Wear is honored to be working with internationally recognized artist Ellwood T. Risk. Ellwood is a self-taught artist who has been living and working in Los Angeles since the spring of 1992 and has become famous for The Pistol Target series. His Target Series have been showcased on primetime shows and he is currently represented by galleries in the U.S. and the United Kingdom.

911 shoot 2

On September 11, 2012, a Navy SEAL Sniper (SOCS Dave Hall, USN, Ret.) fired a .308 Remington 700 custom built for him by another former SEAL Sniper (SOCS Chris Higgins) at a humanoid target from 911 yards. The goal was to strike the black (scoring) part of the target 79 times (once for each fallen NSW member since 9-11). The first shot (which commemorated fallen SEAL Neil Roberts) was fired at 8:45::30 AM EST, to mark when the first World Trade Center Tower was struck, and thus essentially when America and Naval Special Warfare went to war. The bullets were fired in commemorative and chronological order for each NSW member lost in training or combat from 9-11-01 to 9-11-12. The target was pulled down each time the black portion was struck and the name of who the bullet was shot for was written next to the impact hole.

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Ellwood Risk then took the target and did what he does best; he turn targets into art, this time in honor of America’s fallen SEAL brothers. He completed this amazing work of art and has donated it to Wounded Wear to auction online. This auction will begin on approximately two weeks prior to our event and will close at 1030 PM EST Feb 9th at the Toast to the Heroes event. This one of kind piece of art aptly named “Until it Hurts” is valued at $20,000. Starting bids begin at $5000.

Woody Frame2

We are, all of us, Targets in one way or another.

Even before we are old enough to understand them in any meaningful way, or the role they will play in our lives; we are targeted by social norms, religions, various forms of print and electronic media, corporations, advertisers, and governments.

None of us are exempt from exposure to these fixed cultural elements of our existence, or the means by which they attempt to impose their will upon us.

-Ellwood T. Risk

Woody Frame

We will soon announce the website to place your bid on “Until it Hurts”