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SOFIC 2015 – FNH USA

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

 
Ever wonder if the “H” in FNH stands for Hodge? Yep, that’s a Mod 2 in the FN booth.
   
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Yeah, It’s Pretty Darned Funny

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

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Just enjoy it for what it is.

Sneak Peek – Hodge Defense Universal Bag

Friday, May 30th, 2014

The Hodge Defense Universal Bag was developed by Mayflower Research & Consulting who also created a new sling for use with the Hodge Defense AU-Mod 1.

 

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It works as a rifle case for carbines with 16” barrels or shorter when have both sides closed or you can open one side and carry a longer rifle. It also works as a case for optics or any other elongated piece of kit (antennas, tripods, etc.)

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When folded flat it also serves as a work station at the range; if you’ve got $2500-3500 in a carbine and good glass, you don’t want to lay it on the ground. This bag has got you covered.

HD 2

Photo of First Magpul M-LOK Equipped Rifle

Monday, April 28th, 2014

So who built the first AR to feature the new Magpul M-LOK accessory attachment mount? Why, Hodge Defense Systems Inc of course!

Hodge Defense M-LOK

This M-LOK equipped AU MOD-1 made its public debut at last week’s NRA Annual Meeting.

Here’s Something From Hodge Defense Systems

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

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Sneak Peek – Dogbone T1 Mount from Hodge Defense/Mega Arms

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

During last week’s TTRH 2014, Hodge Defense Systems Inc and Mega Arms LLC gave me a sneak peek at their new MRDS Mount.

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Manufactured from 7075 aluminum, the Dogbone mount for the Aimpoint T1 is a joint project from Hodge Defense and Mega Arms. The mount gets it’s name from the Dogbone shaped clamp that holds it against a Mil Std 1913 rail.

This is a prototype, so there will be a couple of changes to the final, production model. For instance, they are adding a pin at the bottom of the mount to self center and the two cross bolts will change to Torx #20 heads with no threading at the ends.

There also mounting plates in the works to allow lower 1/3rd cowitness as well as true cowitness. Additionally, they plan to introduce plates for other mini red dot sights. Look for it this summer.

They’ve Got Lab Coats

Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

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Yesterday I posted a rant on my personal Facebook page about testing. I see that Hodge Defense Systems was paying attention and wanted to let me know that they have lab coats.