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LaRue Tactical 18 Inch PredatOBR® 7.62

The PredatOBR 7.62 was designed for those who are searching for a hybrid cross between the standard OBR and PredatAR 7.62x51 Rifles. The PredatOBR takes the highly accurate OBR 7.62 design, and lightens it in every possible way with the least-possible impact to the accuracy that the standard OBR is known for.

MACHINE GUN BAN CHALLENGED IN COURT

Two Suits Seek Invalidation of 1986 Provision
By SOF Staff

Two lawsuits are seeking to overturn the 1986 ban on new machine guns for civilian ownership. The suits, filed in Pennsylvania and Texas, filed in the last three weeks, name outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder and ATF Director B. Todd Jones as defendants.

OBAMA’S NEXT END RUN?

Administration Could Enforce Arms Trade Treaty Provisions
By SOF Staff

The Obama Administration could be trying to enforce provisions of the UN’s Arms Trade Treaty, despite Congressional prohibitions.

According to a report by the Washington Times, the Senate has refused to ratify the treaty, and with the gains made by Republicans in the 2014 midterm elections, ratification had become even less likely, That is not stopping the U.S. delegation from supporting the treaty.

PEACE TALKS OFF AFTER FARC KIDNAPPING

General Taken Captive By Colombian Terrorist Group
By SOF Staff

The kidnapping of a Colombian Army general by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has thrown a wrench into peace talks. The kidnapping come within a week after two soldiers were taken.

MAXPEDITION VULTURE II™ 3-DAY BACKPACK

The Vulture-II™ 3-Day Backpack is designed for hauling lots of gear. Endowed with 2100 cubic inches (34 liters) of carry capacity, 3 generous compartments, and a wide bottom design; this is the backpack to pack it all into. However, like all Maxpedition® bags, size does not infringe on comfort.

The Vulture II holds true to the Maxpedition ergonomic standard and comes equipped with comfortable back padding, curvaceous backpack straps, concealable chest & waist straps.

Australian SAS: Who dares Wins, Combat Footage

Australian SAS: Who Dares Wins

Australia's SAS is a small elite unit of an estimated 6-700 members although the exact number is not publicized. The group was established in 1957 and fashioned after the a British SAS. The entrance tests are grueling with only a small percentage cutting the mustard.

For six years from 1966 to 1971 around 600 Australian SAS members fought alongside with the U. S. Troops and 1st Australian Task Force. There the group made its bones by conducting successful reconnaissance enemy observation and attack missions

Show time: Dance Contest Army, Marines, Air Force or Navy

Who wins the dance contest? Be impartial

Russian and Serbian Paratroopers Perform Joint Anti Terrorism Drills

Russian Paratroopers and Special a operations Forces have been arriving in Serbia for joint anti terrorism drills this week for the first time.

The People vs Winter

Here's to Delta Force

BORDER PATROL GOES DRONE

UAVs Cover the Mexican Border
By SOF Staff

Border Patrol agents are getting aerial assistance in their mission to secure the border from illegal entry. The eyes on the sky have gone from taking out terrorists overseas, to protecting the border at home.

Iran Touts New Spy Drone, Better than the U.S. RQ-170 Sentinel it Snatched?

Iran Touts New Drone as better than the U.S. RQ-170 Sentinel that it shot down in 2011 as it flew in its airspace, over the city of Kashmar, 225 kilometers from the Afghan border. The knockoff of U.S. drone that crashed in Iran, Iran claims was manufactured through reverse engineering of the U.S. drone. But the Iranian engineers created a newer and better model.

BAE Systems - Taranis Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) First Flight

From BAE Sytems Science and Technology as the Drone took its first official flight early 2014:

Together with the UK Ministry of Defence, we have revealed that Taranis, the stealthy unmanned combat vehicle demonstrator and the most advanced aircraft ever built by British engineers, surpassed all expectations during its first flight trials last year.

Maiden flight