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DOUBLETAP DEFENSE: DOUBLE TROUBLE

The old derringer gets a 21st Century makeover! Bob Pilgrim puts DoubleTap Defense's derringer to the test!

LET TNVC INTRODUCE YOU TO THE PVS-14

The AN/PVS-14 is the standard issue night vision monocular for US military forces. These units are full Milspec and normally not available to the commercial market. But, for a limited time, TNVC is offering fully legit AN/PVS-14’s to our customers. These units are factory built by ITT with Gen3 PINNACLE tubes that have undergone the Milspec Certification as mandated by DOD. The kit comes complete with all the standard issue accessories.

Export of Night Vision Equipment or related accessories (such as manuals) is strictly regulated by the US Department of State in accordance with the guidelines of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). It is a major crime to ship or carry US manufactured night vision devices outside the borders of the United States, punishable by fines and prison sentences.

UKRAINE GOES ON OFFENSE

Three Choppers Downed, Nine Checkpoints Taken
By Harold Hutchison

Ukrainian military forces have launched an offensive trying to regain control of cities in the eastern portion of the country, which have been taken over by pro-Russian militias. The fighting has resulted in numerous casualties, while fighting has broken out in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa.

WIN PRO TAC SC GOLD ELECTRONIC EAR PROTECTION!

Max Michel

Statement from AIM and CCB on Formation of a Select Committee to Investigate Benghazi

Release from Accuracy in Media

Win A $9,000 World Class Motorcycle

The distributor of Hi-Point Firearms is giving away an incredible 2014 KTM 250 SX-F world championship winning Motocross bike. Whether it's competition or just for some fast fun, this is one very cool bike.

SELECT COMMITTEE ON BENGHAZI TO FORM

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) to Chair Committee
By Harold Hutchison

The House of Representatives is forming a select committee to investigate the 11 September, 2012 attack on the United States consulate in Benghazi. The attack left four Americans dead, and the Obama Administration’s handling of that attack generated controversy.

NOW, A MOJO LOAD-OUT BAG FOR YOUR GEAR!

"Gigantic" isn't even in the same league as this guy! Measuring a whopping 39" long x 18" wide x 15" tall with no less than eleven assorted - size exterior pouches, lots of webbing to attach even more pouches, double-zip access to the cavernous main compartment, double compression straps on each end, metal "D" ring attachment points abound, top clear ID window, wrap-around carry handle, adjustable, removable shoulder strap with movable pad and when the load gets too heavy, Voodoo Tactical's provided a padded, adjustable shoulder strap harness concealed in the bottom of the bag when not needed.

MARINE ENGINEERS SHARPEN SKILLS

Marines with Bravo Company, 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Groups, train in the Combat Rifle Program aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif.

GUARDIAN MINEMAN RECOGNIZED FOR HEROISM

Mineman Third Class Travis Kirckof Receives Navy and Marine Corps Medal
By Harold Hutchison

When the mine-countermeasure ship USS Guardian (MCM 5) hit a reef in the Philippines, it began a two-day ordeal. Now, one hero of that ordeal is being recognized for his actions during the fight to save the vessel.

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TACTICAL AIRLIFT SUPPORTS THE TROOPS

The C-130 Hercules plays an instrumental part in troop and cargo movement by providing tactical and inter theater airlift to the war fighter and coalition forces in Afghanistan.

NOT ENOUGH FORCES FOR THE PIVOT?

No Carrier in Far East For Four Months in 2015
By Harold Hutchison

The Obama Administration’s strategy to “pivot” to Asia may lack crucial assets to carry it out, as there will be no carrier in the region for four months in 2015. The reason? Defense cuts, including the premature retirement of USS Enterprise (CVN 65) in December, 2012.

WHEN YOUR CARBINE TAKES A SWIM...

What can your carbine do after it takes an unintentional swim? Can it still do the job?