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ONE SHOT, SIX KILLS

Sniper in Iraq

Was Brit Sniper Lucky or Good?
By Harold Hutchison

Snipers usually live by the motto “one shot, one kill,” but a British sniper in Afghanistan went five better than that this past December. The incident is among the latest notable sniper incidents from the War on Terror.

[New Monthly Issue Notification] MAY 2014 ISSUE AVAILABLE!!

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AUTO-ORDNANCE HONORS JOHN MOSES BROWNING'S LEGACY

The M1911 served with the United States military, with some versions still serving today!

A SECOND CHANCE FOR A $300 SOF MYSTERY BAG!

Try your luck at this great giveaway of miscellaneous T-shirts, Vest, and other SOF LOGOWEAR in various sizes.

LETTING THEM LOOSE, BRUCE

ICE Deports One

Hundreds of Thousands of Illegals Go Free
By Harold Hutchison

Hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who have been ordered to be removed from the country are roaming free – and the federal government is doing nothing about it. Among those on the loose are 68,000 with criminal convictions who were permitted to remain in the United States as opposed to being deported.

Nebraska bill like I-591 would prevent 'emrgency' gun grabs

Pending Nebraska bill hits close to key initiative tenet: No gun grabs

Pending legislation in Nebraska sponsored by State Sen. Mark Christensen, detailed yesterday by the Associated Press in both the San Francisco Chronicle and Washington Times, hits very close to home on a key tenet of Initiative 591 in Washington State…

http://www.examiner.com/article/pending-nebraska-bill-hits-close-to-key-...

Article by Dave Workman

STRAIGHT FROM THE TOP - AIMPOINT'S PRESIDENT SPEAKS

See Lennart Ljungfelt, President of Aimpoint, discuss the company's products!

HEROIC POW PASSES ON; AMERICA THE VULNERABLE?; GUN-GRABBER FACES GUN CHARGES

AMERICAN HERO FLIES INTO THE SUNSET
Jeremiah Denton, the POW famous for exposing North Vietnam's torture during the Vietnam War, dies at the age of 89.

MWSS-172 Conducts EOD Training

Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 172 conducted a class on different types of explosives for U.S. Marines from various units in support of Exercise Ssang Yong 14 at Suesongri Range, Pohang, the Republic of Korea, March 28, 2014. Exercise Ssang Yong 14 is conducted in the Republic of Korea to showcase a full spectrum of amphibious operations while showcasing sea-based power projection in the pacific. The class that the EOD Marines gave included Thermite grenades and C-4 plastic explosives.