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Harry Reid Calls Bundy Supporters ‘Domestic Terrorists’

Not only is the Bundy standoff not over, but Senator Harry Reid (D-Nev.) revealed yesterday that a federal task force is being put together to deal with the situation, and anyone who supports Bundy is a domestic terrorist.  During an appearance at a Las Vegas Review-Journal “Hashtags & Headlines” event, Reid said the following: Those […]

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How Americans Die

Bloomberg released a data visualization tool today that is pretty fascinating and well worth your time to check out. It’s called How Americans Die, and shows an interactive analysis of what has killed Americans over the past 30 years. There are many things in the tool that stood out to me, one of which is […]

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First Connecticut Arrest for Unregistered Assault Rifle?

By now you’ve probably seen the story of James Toigo, a man from Connecticut who is believed to be the first person charged under the new gun registration laws. Earlier today, we obtained information from someone close to the incident who wishes to remain anonymous on how it all went down. Regarding the incident which led to Toigo’s […]

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Three New Packs from Mystery Ranch

Mystery Ranch, located in Bozeman, MT, today announced three new 3-zip packs available for pre-order: the Rush, Swift and Big Mountain, and in typical Mystery Ranch fashion, they look great. Rush The Rush is a mid-sized 3-zip with a low profile, multiple hydration options and the custom fit that Mystery Ranch is known for. With […]

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Coye Knives Introduces the ForeRunner™

Coye Knives today announces a new custom fixed blade based on the ever awesome Ridgeback called the ForeRunner™, and we’ve got your first look. You should of course be familiar with the Ridgeback, but just in case you’re not, check out our review here. First and foremost, the custom handmade Ridgeback has been officially retired. Boker […]

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The Boston Marathon Bombing, One Year Later

As with most significant tragedies, certain details and images stick with you. A year ago, my hometown came under attack – a terrorist attack to be exact. On April 15, 2013, 264 people were injured, and three were killed during one of the largest yearly events in Massachusetts, the Boston Marathon. I remember the images […]

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Senator Harry Reid: Bundy Ranch Battle Is Not Over

Hopefully you’ve been paying close attention to the Bundy Ranch situation, as the potential fallout could be far-reaching, especially if the situation escalates. If you haven’t been paying attention, it’s time to get caught up. The short version is that government officials retreated over the weekend, but that the fight is far from over. Enter […]

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MAC Remington R51 Review

I’ve covered the Remington R51 problems several times before – my first impressions here, problems, and more problems - and since there’s no way I’m going to purchase the R51 to review at this point, I thought I’d pass along the Military Arms Channel review of the Remington R51. Tim does a nice job giving the pistol […]

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Tactical Tailor Urban Operator Pack

A while back I was in the market for a new EDC/laptop pack. I couldn’t stand using the typical Dell laptop case my company supplied so I began the search for a better solution. I work in a corporate environment as a graphic designer so my new pack could not be overtly tactical or covered […]

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