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DTAC Mongoose Mossberg Stocks

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Looking for a way to take some of the sting out of the your Mossberg shotguns recoil? The new Mongoose stocks from DTAC do just that. It features a unique dual chamber, pneumatic/mechanical recoil reduction system that reduces felt recoil by up to 75%. The Mongoose stock also allows you to adjust the lenght of pull with six positions. Another great feature is the ability to remove the stock completely by just pulling the retentin ring and turning it 90 degrees. A great idea for use in tighter quarters or for transport. They work with Mossberg 500, 590, and Maverick 88 series of shotguns and retail for $185. Check them out at DTACProducts.com.

Liberal Tears Gun Oil

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Yup this is actual CLP, made out of the most Liberal of tears gathered whenever a Liberal sees an AR15, “high” capacity magazine or news story about a law abiding American using their firearms for good. Get your very own 6oz bottle of Liberal Tears Gun oil for only $15. It cleans, lubricates and protects and features a 400 degree flashpoint. It’s made right here in America and has unmatched 2nd Amendment Protection. Remember, guns have only two enemies, rust and Liberals.

They’re available online at Amazon.com.

Tactical Tyrion Lannister Shirt

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If you’re a Game of Thrones fan then you’ll get the reference, but with a tactical twist. The shirt goes for $20 and will printed on June 19th and ship on the 20th. Check them out HERE.

In case you missed it, check out our King Joffrey Target post from a while back.

Deal Alert: Credit Card Knife For Only $1

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I’m always on the look out for a great deal to share, and this one seems like quite the deal. This Iain Sinclaire Credit Card knife is only $1 plus shipping over on Amazon.com.

Glock 17 Cut Down to Use Glock 19 Mags

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Ever wonder what a Glock 17 would look like if the grip was cut to accept Glock 19 mags? A Redditor over at r/Glocks did just that, and I think it looks pretty darned good! Why would someone do such a thing? Maybe they had smaller hands and it was more comfortable, maybe because they had a Glock 19 and a ton of mags, maybe just because.

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And here’s what it looks like with Glock 17 mags.

The Kukri Folder

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Remember that awesome homemade mag fed pump-action crossbow from Joerg Sprave we posted a while back? Well he posted a video of another awesome project of his, a folding kukri machete. Check it out in action below.

All I can say is…

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Roast of The Top YouTube Gun Channels

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Like many of you I follow lots of YouTube gun channels, I thought this was pretty good.

RifleMods Mosin Nagant 10 Round Magazine

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Well it looks like there’s finally a 10 round magazine available for the Mosin Nagant rifle. Well there is the 10 round mag from ProMag but you have to use it with the Archangel Stock, but now there’s one from Rifle Mods which extends the factory 5 round mag without any special stock or mods required. Check it out in action in the video below. For info and to purchase one email them at info@riflemods.com. I’m not sure on pricing, I’ll update this post after I find out, stay tuned!

SilencerCo MAAD Muzzle Brake

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SilencerCo just released their new MAAD Muzzle Brake, it’s 50-state legal and accepts all of SilencerCo’s Saker accessories. It’s available in 5.56/.223 (1/2×28) as well as 7.62 (5/8×24). The kit includes four parts: a MAAD Brake, MAAD Mount, Flat Front Cap, and a SilencerCo muzzle device (either their Trifecta Flash Hider or Trifecta Muzzle Brake). The flash hider is not legal in California however. From what I could gather the MAAD Brake is essentially a brake shield which quickly attaches and detaches over a Trifecta flash hider or brake, similar to the Ferfrans CQB Modular Muzzle Brake but with a much larger fireball. The new SilencerCo MAAD retails for $295 over at SilencerCo.com. Check it out in action below.

Maglite Flashlight Threaded Adapter

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Remember the Maglite suppressor from The Walking Dead a few years back? Well it looks like someone actually made the adapter to attach a Maglite to your threaded barrel. Now just threading a Maglite to your gun won’t turn it into a suppressor without adding any baffling. But it would look cool if you’re trying to build accessories for a Walking Dead cosplay or something.

Check them out online over at Amazon.com.

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