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221B Tactical Tradecraft: Soft, Discreet Body Armor for the 2020s!
WHY YOU NEED THIS
Let’s face it. The Police are being defunded. Violent criminals are being released to the streets. And they’re making it harder and harder for the good guys to protect themselves. In the crazy world, you’re almost obligated to look out for your own safety and protection. Nobody is coming to save you. You need to be prepared to protect yourself and your loved ones at all times. It’s better to have this bulletproof men’s tactical jacket and not need it than need it and not have.
HOW IT WORKS
The Tradecraft Jacket 2.0 was designed with a primary purpose: help keep you alive. With available 10X12 Level IIIA body armor panels front and back, you’ll have the protection you want when you need it most. These soft, flexible panels are rated to stop everything from 9mm to .44 magnum. The panels are dual-threat rated and thus offer a degree of stab protection as well.
With ten (10) different pockets, you’ll have virtually limitless storage capacity. All pockets feature waterproof zippers so your gear stays dry. The Tradecraft Jacket is also equipped with hidden features which give you convert access to your CCW and EDC gear; a tactical advantage when you need it most.
Add in features like ventilation ports under the sleeves, wind-blocking compression cuffs that extend into your gloves, an extended collar that doubles as a face covering and a hood that deploys with our patented “Sniper Cutouts” for peripheral vision, The Tradecraft Jacket 2.0 isn’t just something you wear; it is a piece of gear for your protection and personal safety. MSRP is $539, and you can get your own right here!
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Desert Eagle® Mark XIX Pistol, .50 AE, Stainless Steel with Picatinny Bottom Rail, Weaver Style Top Rail, Black Appointments
6″ barrel, 7 round magazine
SAINT® Victor 9mm Carbine
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ODIN Tactical Rifle | OTR-15
Known as a premier AR-15 accessory manufacturer, ODIN Works is now pleased to enter the complete AR-15 market with the introduction of the OTR-15 (ODIN Tactical Rifle | AR-15). The OTR-15 lower is machined in house from billet 7075 aluminum with exacting tolerances, features and style in mind. Machined to match the ODIN Works billet upper, the OTR-15 receiver sets provide a best in class chassis that an ODIN Works rifle deserves to be built on.
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Rock River Arms, the leader in specialized Modern Sporting Rifles, has developed a 5.56mm semi-auto that advances the clean, trim look and performance of the monolithic-style upper receiver/handguard design. The RRAGE Carbine builds on Rock River Arms’ new extruded flat top upper receiver. Matched to the receiver is a 6061T aluminum free-float handguard that blends almost seamlessly with the upper to provide an elegant, unitized profile and balanced strength and rigidity across the optics platform. The carbine length handguard boasts a full-length MS1913 top rail and features the popular M-LOK rail configuration for easy accessory adaptation. The M-LOK system along the side and bottom surfaces lets shooters run a clean handguard or add only the rail accessories needed to help maintain a sleek, snag-free signature.
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From the boardroom to the backwoods, the new Taurus Judge Executive Grade is ready for whatever you throw at it.
We took the award winning, revolutionary Taurus Judge and upgraded it, making it part of our hand-fitted line of Executive Grade models. Each Judge Executive Grade is assembled by hand in a separate room by a team of specially trained gunsmiths, ensuring that the fit and finish is exquisite.
The Element Turkey’s factory-equipped choke is an extended Full that is fluted for tool-free removal and installation, while three flush chokes and a choke tube wrench are also included (constrictions Improved Cylinder, Modified and Full). Built to run modern 2 ¾” and 3” magnum loads, the Element has front and rear QD sling studs to enable the quick addition of a sling. A light-gathering fiber optic front sight sits atop its serrated and ventilated rib and rubberized grip panels lend traction in wet conditions.
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February 24, 2023 at 11:23 am
Now my answer is based on the average person. You should base this on there personally revolvers are just like every other gun they go bang BUT LOL. No I think new shooters should start out with a 22 lr striker fire hand gun or rifle. I believe that having a new shooter start with a very simple non evasion gun is best. Revolvers tend to have more going on with the mechanics and gas that makes it a little more scary to start off with. You want to give them a gun that they will get over the initial fear of the unknown. Most first timers are in fear because they don’t know what to expect. So you start off small with a nice smooth shooting gun and then work them up from there. The worst thing you can do is scare them and turn them into a liberal. Haha Have fun & be safe!
P.S. Revolvers aren’t bad like most tacticool guys come off.