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Get A Great Print And Support The Night Stalker Association

Monday, February 12th, 2018

30 Seconds Out

Thirty Seconds Out has these prints in stock and they are donating $1 from each sale to The Night Stalker Association. The prints are only $14.99 and are 11” x 17” so it won’t be hard to find a spot on your wall to hang this bad boy. The print can be bought HERE! Thanks for supporting, and this design is also available on a t-shirt with $1 from each of those being donated as well. Thanks for supporting!


Violent Little + Thirty Seconds Out Combine To Create Stencil Tiger

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

The minds behind Violent Little Machine Shop and Thirty Seconds Out have teamed up to introduce Stencil Tiger which offers paint stencils, specifically shaped like 30 round magazines. Customize your magazines with ease.



Thirty Seconds Out – Infidel Youth

Saturday, November 26th, 2016

In the end, it’s just art. The point is what it celebrates.

This fourth print in Thirty Seconds Out’s combat concert series celebrates the the men who made it happen.

In Sean’s words:

We were/are soldiers, not politicians. We simply want to do what it takes to win. Win what? Fucking win our ground, our lives and the respect of those on our flanks. We get ridiculed and ridicule each other. As it should be, to get continually better. Shield to shield. Once you taste that, nothing really comes close. We were made for it, so we can hardly beat our chests and take credit. It comes natural, like it’s always been there. A motor drive turning inside on a low idle, waiting for a purpose. Music has an important part in all this, whether the artists like it or know it, we don’t give a fuck. We listen and get what we want from the song, burn the rest. The X’s on the hands are put there, in our previous lives, by the door guards when you’re not old enough to drink, but old enough for the mosh pit, old enough to sling lead for real. And we did.


How Cool Is That?

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

I really like Thirty Second Out’s ‘Victory’ print, depicting actor Robert Duvall in his iconic role as Col Kilgore in ‘Apocalypse Now’. Apparently, so does he.  He signed one of the prints and it will be auctioned off to raise money for the World of Honor fund early next year, but you can get yours now at thirtysecondsout.com/products/poster-victory.

Thirty Seconds Out – Contact Front Scoob Morale Patch

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Contact Front Scoob

One of the latest morale patches from Thirty Seconds Out, ‘Contact Front Scoob’ is PVC with a hook Velcro back, made in the USA. Take advantage of free US shipping by using the coupon code contactscoob at checkout.


Thirty Seconds Out – “Victory” Sticker

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

Apocalypse Now Victory Stickers

Thirty Seconds Out has just come out with their new ‘Victory’ stickers. Themed after Apocalypse Now, the stickers feature LTC Kilgore in a design based on the iconic ‘Hope’ Obama presidential poster designed by Shepard Fairey. Oh, and remember: the sticker doesn’t smell like gasoline, only victory does.

Additionally, take advantage of a 15%-off site wide discount. Use coupon code victory to apply the discount.


Thirty Seconds Out – Apocalypse Propaganda Kit

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Apocalypse Propaganda Kit

The Thirty Seconds Out Apocalypse Propaganda Kit contains everything you need to spread the message. Every kit contains:

– 400ml Tall Can of Red Spray Paint
– 400ml Tall Can of White Spray Paint
– 400ml Tall Can of Black Spray Paint
– 6 Big Stencils (about 9×12)
– Including a stencil of LTC Kilgore from Apocalypse Now
– 70% Thicker Nitrile Gloves
– 3 Extra (6 total) Interchangeable Spray Caps for Thin to Fat Paint Lines
– Bigger Roll of 3M Masking Tape

Additionally, use code Propaganda in the discount block at checkout to take 20% off your order.


Thirty Seconds Out And Spikes K9 Fund – “Commute” Spray Art Piece

Sunday, April 12th, 2015


Evan of Thirty Seconds Out and Jimmy Hatch of Spikes K9 Fund have partnered up to produce this limited edition spray art piece. Dubbed “Commute”, the piece depicts Jimmy with Spike, his K9, and the rest of their crew in the side door of an MH60 Blackhawk helicopter during operations. It is done on Pro Gallery Canvas with a heavy duty wood frame, measuring 1.5″ X 18″ X 24″. 50% of all profits from the sale of the piece will go to benefit Spikes K9 Fund.


Learn more about Spikes K9 Fund at spikesk9fund.org