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True Velocity – Patriot Edition .308 WIN Nosler HPBT

Monday, July 4th, 2022

True Velocity’s Special Patriot Edition includes 20 cartridges of .308 WIN loaded with 168-grain Nosler Custom Competition HPBT projectiles, and each cartridge is emblazoned with the American Flag!

Get yours at tvammostore.com/product/special-patriot-edition-308-win-nosler-hpbt.

First Breach, Inc Announces Ammunition Component Manufacturing Facility

Friday, July 1st, 2022

1 July 2022

First Breach, Inc. expects to begin manufacturing match-grade components in July, 2022 at its approximately 75,000 sqf facility located in Hagerstown, Maryland, USA. All of First Breach’s components will be made in the USA. Component production will include brass cups, brass casings, full metal jacket (FMJ) projectiles, lead projectile cores, and lead wire. Lead and lead products are smelted from scratch in-house at First Breach’s facility. First Breach will offer its components in a variety of calibers and grains at e-commerce, retail, bulk wholesale, and OEM levels.

First Breach takes great pride in the quality of its US made components. Equipped with numerous quality control checks, First Breach will offer match-grade, SAAMI specification products bar none. Customers will have the ability to order custom head stamped casings as well as a wide range of grain size options for projectiles.

First Breach is happy to extend an invitation to tour our Maryland facility for qualified parties.

For sales & tour inquiries, please contact CJ Dugan, Senior VP of Business Development:

[email protected]

+1 (443) 901-6147

For investor relations, please contact Karl Brenza, CFO:

[email protected]

+1 (914) 374-0060

LEGEND Compression Wear Tactical Boot Socks

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022

The LEGEND® Compression Wear Tactical Boot Sock program is proudly “Made In USA”; in North Carolina; is Berry Amendment Compliant, and part of the SKILCRAFT® Program “Supporting Jobs for Blind Workers”.

During the program development process, soldiers and warfighters were interviewed, listened too, and participated in on going wear test evaluations! The focus from the beginning was to provide needed, durable, comfortable, compression boot socks. During the evaluation process modifications were made; until the final development samples, received consistent highly recommended evaluations. The evaluation process did not stop there and ongoing evaluations continue to be performed by soldiers, warfighters, fire, wild fire, emergency and rescue workers.

The LEGEND® Compression boot sock program is user, function based consisting of three core compression boot sock styles. The LEGEND® Compression Merino Wool All Weather, Compression Merino Wool Cold Weather and the LEGEND® Compression Warm Weather Superior Moisture Wicking Micro Channel, Hydrophilic Nylon boot socks. In extreme or varying cold conditions, two styles can be layered trapping warm air between the layers for greater insulation.

To better serve the needs of our growing customer base we sought after and have received The Department Of The Air Force Certification as No Melt No Drip (NMND) Flame Resistant (FR) Safe to Fly (StF) for the LEGEND® Compression Cold Weather Merino Wool Boot Sock. Having met the criteria for this Certification we are in a position to provide greater safety to our flight, shipboard, special duty, deployed, fire and rescue, defenders and rescue workers.

Features that make a difference! If your feet are comfortable you can better execute your duties each day, all day, day after day.

• Mild Graduated Compression helps improve blood flow, reduce foot fatigue, achy feet, and recovery time.

• Seamless toe design, added support, and dense terry cushioning to reduce friction, toe irritation, and to increase comfort.

• Wide Arch Support to minimize sock movement, blisters, and provide greater comfort.

• The Cold Weather boot socks use a high percentage content of moisture wicking, temperature regulating, breathable, antibacterial, and odor resistant Merino Wool. Legend uses an innovative engineered Spuncover™ process; wrapping our merino wool in nylon, that makes our socks, softer, more durable, with minimal shrinkage.

• Knit with a dense terry cushioning through-out the entire sock to help keep your feet warm during cold weather conditions.


Proudly “Made in USA” Berry Compliant, SKILCRAFT® Program “Supporting Jobs for the Blind Workers”

Forest Tool Co – Safety Impact Wrench

Sunday, November 14th, 2021

Here’s a great replacement for that wimpy lug wrench that came with your vehicle.


FTC Issues Rule to Deter Rampant Made in USA Fraud

Thursday, August 12th, 2021

Made in USA labels will finally mean goods were made in America

The Federal Trade Commission finalized a new rule that will crack down on marketers who make false, unqualified claims that their products are Made in the USA. Under the rule, marketers making unqualified Made in USA claims on labels should be able to prove that their products are “all or virtually all” made in the United States.

Commissioner Rohit Chopra was joined by Chair Lina Khan and Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter in a statement, which noted the rule will especially benefit small businesses that rely on the Made in USA label, but lack the resources to defend themselves from imitators. The new rule codifies a broader range of remedies by the FTC, including the ability to seek redress, damages, penalties, and other relief from those who lie about a Made in USA label. It will enable the Commission for the first time to seek civil penalties of up to $43,280 per violation of the rule.

While stiff penalties are not appropriate in every instance, they send a strong signal to would-be violators that they abuse the Made in USA label at their peril.

“The final rule provides substantial benefits to the public by protecting businesses from losing sales to dishonest competitors and protecting purchasers seeking to purchase American-made goods,” said Commissioner Chopra. “More broadly, this long-overdue rule is an important reminder that the Commission must do more to use the authorities explicitly authorized by Congress to protect market participants from fraud and abuse.”

In 1994, after the North American Free Trade Agreement took effect, Congress enacted legislation authorizing the FTC to seek penalties and other relief for Made in USA fraud, but only after the Commission issued a rule. However, there had long been a bipartisan consensus at the FTC that Made in USA fraud should not be penalized. The final Made in USA Labeling Rule changes course on the Commission’s longtime approach.

The rule does not impose any new requirements on businesses. Instead, it codifies the FTC’s longstanding enforcement policy statement regarding U.S.-origin claims. By codifying this guidance into a formal rule, the Commission can increase deterrence of Made in USA fraud and seek restitution for victims.

Over the course of the rulemaking, the FTC heard from hundreds of ranchers and shrimpers concerned about Made in the USA labels that mislead consumers. The Commission is pleased that in conjunction with this announcement, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced that the USDA will complement the FTC’s efforts with its own initiative on labeling for products such as beef, and other agricultural products regulated by the Food Safety and Inspection Service.  

The Commission issued a notice of proposed rulemaking for this rule in June 2020. The Commission received more than 700 comments on the proposed rule, most of which either were supportive, or sought changes that were not legally permissible. The final rule adds a provision allowing marketers to seek exemptions if they have evidence showing their unqualified Made-in-USA claims are not deceptive.

The Made in USA Labeling Rule, which will be published in the Federal Register, incorporates guidance set forth in the Commission’s previous Decisions and Orders and its 1997 Enforcement Policy Statement on U.S. Origin Claims.

Consistent with this guidance, the rule will prohibit marketers from including unqualified Made in USA claims on labels unless: 1) final assembly or processing of the product occurs in the United States; 2) all significant processing that goes into the product occurs in the United States; and 3) all or virtually all ingredients or components of the product are made and sourced in the United States.

The rule applies only to labeling claims. The FTC will continue to bring enforcement action against marketers that make deceptive U.S.-origin claims falling outside the rule under Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act. The FTC is authorized to seek penalties for violations of the rule. It does not supersede, alter, or affect any other federal statute or regulation relating to country-of-origin labels.

The Commission vote approving publication of the final Made in USA Labeling Rule in the Federal Register was 3-2. Commissioner Christine Wilson also issued a dissenting statement on the rule, and another dissenting statement regarding the overall meeting agenda.

The Federal Trade Commission works to promote competition and to protect and educate consumers. You can learn more about consumer topics and report scams, fraud, and bad business practices online at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.

See Mechanix Wear’s New Berry M-Pact Glove at Warrior East

Monday, July 26th, 2021

Mechanix Wear introduces two new M-Pact® protection gloves that meet the Berry Amendment requirements. The new line of Berry Amendment M-Pact® products are built with materials sourced and sewn in the USA and continue to deliver the same rugged protection expected from any Mechanix Wear M-Pact® glove.

Built with advanced G-Form® SmartFlex™ padding technology the Berry Amendment M-Pact® gloves deliver lightweight, flexible impact protection against the many hazards that today’s armed service and law enforcement personnel face in the field.


• G-Form® SmartFlex™ advanced padding technology that stiffens, absorbs, and redistributes the energy from an impact to minimize potential injuries

• Quick-drying and breathable mesh keeps hands cool and comfortable

• Digital-textured goat skin leather palm infused with a moisture management technology reducing absorption of water and sweat while staying soft and form fitting

• Touch screen compatible

• Ergonomically designed and vibration reducing palm patch

• Molded silicone wrist strap for secure fit

• Carabiner loop for storage and drying

Be the first to see them at Warrior East in booth #606, July 29 & 30 at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.

Hardweather – Made In USA Caps

Tuesday, July 13th, 2021

I keep hearing that no one can source made in USA caps. Meet Hardweather. Their caps aren’t just made in the USA, they are made in The Black Hills of South Dakota?.

Their two styles are the Camper and 5 Panel caps. Granted, they aren’t cheap, but that’s because they are made from great materials in small batches.


Military Exchanges Partner with RangeMe to Streamline American-Made Product Sourcing

Thursday, May 13th, 2021

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — May 13, 2021 — The Army & Air Force Exchange, Navy Exchange, Marine Corps Exchange, and Coast Guard Exchange are joining forces with RangeMe, the industry standard online product sourcing platform for retailers and suppliers, on a nationwide initiative to source American-made products for their shelves.

This endeavor is part of the ongoing commitment from the exchanges to bring more American-made products into their retail stores while enhancing categories that include pet supplies, PPE, housewares, toys, and more. 

“RangeMe has established strong partnerships with the U.S. military exchanges, and we are thrilled to take this next step with them,” said Nicky Jackson, CEO and Founder of RangeMe. “This enhanced commitment to sourcing American-made products will help further their dedication to providing innovative, quality products to the men and women of the Armed Forces.”

Through RangeMe, the exchanges will easily discover products manufactured in America and meet their consumers’ needs. With more than 175,000 suppliers, RangeMe provides a vast array of brands representing nearly 1 million products that can meet the exchanges’ needs as they deepen their efforts to bring in more American-made products now and in the future.

American-made brands interested in working with the Exchanges can submit their products for review here: app.rangeme.com/exchangemadeinamerica.