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With a nod to Internet privacy, I am an Army combat veteran. I served in the military for eight years throughout the world to include stations in Georgia (twice), Korea, Texas, and Arizona. I have served three tours in Iraq, and three in Afghanistan, for a combination of over three years in overseas service. It has been the distinct honor of my life to serve with some of the greatest individuals and units in our armed forces – and those whom have worn or wear the uniform will continue to have my respect.

Today I am an avid supporter of the 2nd Amendment and fan of shooting sports, tactical gear, and all around range time. My political ideologies tend to independent Libertarian because I prefer to assess all the information and formulate my own opinion, vice being told what to think from the Ministry of Propaganda (i.e. news agencies). My hope is that by promoting my views and information here, it will inform as many as possible to formulate their own opinions and began asking serious questions.

Review Posted: Mantis Blackbeard: Train With Your AR Even When The Weather Sucks

Amid the pandemic market pressures, inclement weather, or seasonal downturn this year, the Blackbeard Auto-Resetting Trigger System by Mantis will give you the ability to maintain your skills in the comfort of your own home while saving you some money.

Review Posted: Vortex Razor HD LHT: High Definition Glass For All Uses

Released in 2020, the Razor HD LHT 4.5-22×55 FFP from Vortex is one of several in the company’s Razor HD optical line meant to increase the amount of useable light through the optic, even in low-light settings.

Review Posted: HESCO Ballistic Plates: Protection at Every Level

HESCO has a longstanding history of providing various Personal Protective Equipment, specifically its varied “series” of body armor, to the consumer. 

Review Posted: Vortex Sunslayer: Ready for the Fall

apparel line, with new fabrics intent on limiting outdoor exposure in the waning days of summer and the encroaching fall.

Review Posted: Blue Alpha Double Belt Rig: Solid Foundation For All Accessories

The MOLLE 1.75” Double Belt Rig by Blue Alpha offers the company’s flagship, two-part belt design for interested shooters or professionals seeking to invest in either a solid belt for competitions, or to fit within a field environment.

Review Posted: GGG Transport Bag: Carry More Than Most

Taking the concept of its Range Bag, and extending it into a “Go-Bag” for the discriminating professional, the Transport Bag by Grey Ghost Gear allows the end-user to pack a variety of field equipment, firearms, and other accessories.

Review Posted: GGG Apparition: Carry Your Rifle, Even In Plain Sight

Introduced in 2015, then revised in 2020 to include more color options, the Apparition Short Barreled Rifle (SBR) Bag by Grey Ghost Gear is made from a two-tone combination of rip-stop nylons similar to […]

Facebook Targets U.S. Users Over Terrorists, Hate Groups, and Cartels

Facebook was (and likely continues to be) more focused on targeting U.S. groups and users—and less about legitimate terrorists, cartels, or crime syndicates using its global platform.

Review Posted: DA Hard Leather Gloves: Improved Protection for the Digits

The Leather Hard Glove by Direct Action Gear is a more durable and flexible variant to its original lightweight glove design, the Hard Glove. 

Review Posted: GGG UGF Battle Belt v2.0: Upgrade Your Battle Belt

Updated in 2021, the revision to the UGF includes modification to improve comfort and accessory compatibility.

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