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NRA – Good Guys

A few months ago, the NRA launched their Good Guys campaign to highlight the virtues that once made America the greatest country the world has ever known. Yesterday, they expanded on that campaign in a big way.

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Bullets for Boots

You’ve no doubt heard of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, especially if you’ve spent any amount of time on Facespace in the past two weeks. Now while that’s all fine and dandy, and financially supporting ALS research is a worthy cause, Matt DeVito from Down Range Firearms Training has a new “challenge” for you […]

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AR-15 Barrel Length & Twist Rate

Nate “Magic” Murr of Gripstop and Breach Bang Clear fame talks AR-15 barrel length and twist rate. Should you go with a 14.5″, 16″, or 18″ barrel for your next build? What about barrel twist rate? When is one twist rate better over another?

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The Failure in Ferguson

As of writing this we are over a week into the quagmire that is Ferguson, Missouri. A town of roughly 22,000, most people had not even heard the name until August 9th when a Ferguson PD officer, later identified as Darren Wilson, fatally shot Michael Brown after an exchange between the two in the middle […]

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Monderno Logo Coye Knives ForeRunner

If you follow Monderno, you know all about Coye Knives. Owned and operated by custom knife maker Bill Coye out of Tulsa, OK, Coye Knives has become one of the most recognizable custom knife brands, due largely to the success of the Ridgeback, now called the ForeRunner. Today I’m excited to formally announce a limited […]

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The Spread of the Caliphate

The disease known as the Islamic State¬†(formerly ISIS) that has recently spread from Syria into northern Iraq gets seemingly worse by the day. This isn’t the first time the world has seen this disease either. The only question now is, how far will it spread this time around.

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