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Radical Firearms Raising Funds To Donate Patrol Rifles To LE

It pains us as a nation to see how many law enforcement officers over the last few weeks, specifically here in TEXAS, have been killed in the line of duty. These men and women are our neighbors, friends, and family, here to protect us from evil. We have to give our officers the ability to match force with force. Our hearts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the fallen officers as well as the wounded officers that were trying to preserve peace. We cannot sit idly by as these horrendous acts happen…

Today, we are taking the initiative and starting a campaign to help protect as many Law Enforcement Officers as we can in the case their department doesn’t issue an officer a rifle. We are putting plans in motion to help Law Enforcement Officers get peace of mind back to be able to match or exceed the force they are put against.

We are accepting direct donations for Radical Firearms Blueline rifles that will go directly to a Law Enforcement Officer, starting with officers in Dallas, Texas.

With every $500 donated, one of our Radical Firearms Blueline rifles will go directly to a peace officer within 24hrs.

There are two levels of donation:

A) $100 Level
Every person that donates $100 will get a Radical Firearms Gift Bag Filled with goodies.

B) $250 Level
Every $250 donation will get a Gift Certificate for $100 to use at

There is no limit to how much you can make a difference in helping our law enforcement family.

Direct links to donate can be found here:

$250 Donations:

$100 Donations:


5 Responses to “Radical Firearms Raising Funds To Donate Patrol Rifles To LE”

  1. Luke says:

    While a very thoughtful and a kind gesture, I’m sure us tax payers will be paying for up-armored vehicles and plenty of other police militarization very soon and more so than we already have. Also I hope I’m wrong.. that further militarization of police doesn’t come back to hurt gun owners if the the mass confiscations happen.

    • Ash says:

      I agree. As much as I support the LE branches, I am in California. I feel there is a double-standard when it comes to tragedy-response. Instead of building an “assault-rifle”, I’d like to be seen as making my own “patrol-rifle”. This isn’t usually a topic to get political on, but with the recent early July confiscation policies release here, I make the exception.

    • Mr.E.G. says:

      All due respect, but I agree with Paul Howe on this one:

      You can either worry about incredibly unlikely gun confiscation schemes or you can worry about real life officers who are in actual danger. Maybe cops work differently in other states, but the Texas cops I know would be aligned with the rest of us if gun confiscation ever became a thing.

  2. Jester says:

    The “militarization of police” myth seems to rear it’s dumb head every 6 months or so.

    If that’s what concerns you, you need to start paying closer attention to the real problems.

  3. Hodor says:

    I’d prefer to donate to a company whose firearms will result in FEWER officer deaths.