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Magpul Dynamics Transforms Into Magpul CORE

Magpul Core

In 2007, Magpul Industries launched Magpul Dynamics, a firearms training division focused on the development of firearms manipulation skills. Over the last seven years through firearms courses and media projects, Magpul Dynamics changed the nature of the firearms training world at a fundamental level.

Over recent years, with a new staff, Magpul Dynamics focused inwards a bit. We still held a number of training courses, but we engaged in more skill development and general outreach to our end users. We immersed ourselves in the product development process, contributing to over 50 innovative new offerings throughout this past year. Perhaps most importantly, we focused on Magpul’s foundations and how to best present that face to the world as we move forward.

In addition to assisting in the development of new products, we will also be working on a number of media projects, articles, and social media efforts to promote those core values and to renew and develop the relationship with our customers and end users. Firearms training will continue to be a topic, of course, and we will still hold training courses. You will also see a variety of additional subjects from our staff, including adventure, fieldcraft, fitness, competition, hunting, and others, all with an emphasis on personal responsibility and celebrating individual liberties. In addition to our crew, you may also see some additional faces from around this industry and even outside it.

Along with new staff and new emphasis, is a new name that better captures the evolved mission. -Magpul Core.

We look forward to sharing our foundational values, our principles, in both education and adventure with what we consider to be the center of our efforts—our customers.

Magpul Core
Cody, Caylen, Aaron, Jon, Jimmmy, Jared, Jake, and Duane


9 Responses to “Magpul Dynamics Transforms Into Magpul CORE”

  1. Polar says:

    So basically Magpul is rebranding themselves into a fantasy camp for the tacticool fanboys who are afraid to nut up and actually serve. Awesome.

    • Jon C. says:

      I’m not sure how you got there from here, but no, not at all.

    • opposite says:

      As someone who did, I would prefer this over the hurry up and wait, gear inspections, and needless safety briefings that served no educational value (those stupid enough to “tempt fate” so to speak ended up still getting in trouble). Fantasies sometimes are better than the reality (looking at all the divorced couples). If there was a shortage of people wanting to serve, I’d say I understand, but honestly, I don’t

    • Texas-Roll-Over says:

      What does hunting, skydiving, kayaking, base jumping, etc (sports) have to do with any of what you just said.

      Watch out for the fun police, heaven forbid you do anything except sit on the bench and shoot paper…. Holy S&%T people are doing something different… CALLL THE FUN POLICE!!!

      Oh and Thank you SSD

  2. ACJDave says:

    why is he wearing nvds during a day jump?

    • JarinW says:

      I was wondering the same thing…

    • KUTF says:

      Probably a photo-op… Color correct it to appear like the jump took place at night, without any of the enhanced risks that an actual nighttime jump under NODS would present.

      Companies that don’t tweak their business model a bit during the current drawdown probably won’t survive the resulting reduction in .mil and .gov business. I wish Magpul – and all of its divisions – continuing success.

    • Jon, OPT says:

      To jump NODs at night most free fall guys with half a brain will do a full dress daytime rehearsal.

      Jon, OPT