A blog dedicated to things I find fit the more fast paced lifestyle. Most of these photos and videos arent mine, unless I say so in the description.

 

violence-of-action asked
I saw your pictures of the AASLT wall. How long were you at Campbell?

I’ve been at Campbell since 2010. Currently deployed under them.

dailybreadinc asked
Can you tell me more about the Elcan you have. I am currently looking at a Aimpoint T-1 and later I want to add a 3x mag. I wanted your opinion on justifying the extra 1-2K difference. I am only shooting a 16in 5.56.

To me it’s a number of factors. I have a few rifles and wanted to build one that would be my dream rifle. I love the Elcan from using it at work and comparing it to the many ACOGs and EOTechs with 3x magnifiers. I think it has amazing field of view as well. Any set up will do, it’s pretty damn hard to drop 2 grand on an optic when a few hundred will net you something nice. The T-1 is great too though.

haleystrategic:

Surveillance and Apprehension Unit

Filmed on location during red team exercises - February, 2014.

Anonymous asked
I want to get an FS2000 with the old factory sight and cover. Any suggestions on how to get ahold of one? Any websites/stores that might have slightly better odds than I've been having or a place that might be willing to get one and turn around to sell it to me?

I’d check gunbroker and armslist personally. Also maybe classifieds in forums

Back in the states I have a brand new Elcan Specter and a 16” midlength BFH from BCM with a Mk2 SMR. Dying to shoot it.

Back in the states I have a brand new Elcan Specter and a 16” midlength BFH from BCM with a Mk2 SMR. Dying to shoot it.

regimentalryan:

United States Army Special Forces

U.S. Special Forces Soldiers, attached to Combined Joint Special Task Force-Afghanistan, Afghan Commandos, of 6th Special Operations Kandak (SOK), help clear compounds with insurgent activity, during an operation in the Khogyani district, Nangahar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014. The SFODA and 6th SOK Afghan Commandos were looking for Taliban members known for making and distributing improvised explosive devices (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)