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Telluric Training to Launch Daily Regimen

Telluric Training has offered their Range Drill of the Day program, delivered to your inbox, for years. Soon they will take that concept up a notch with the introduction of their Daily Regimen.

The Daily Regimen will go beyond just shooting drills to include fitness and combatives. The drills and workouts will be structured so that they can be completed in 1 hour or less. Even those of you who aren’t near Telluric Training’s facility can receive the email drills to incorporate into your own routine.

Join the Range Drill of Day to be the first to know when the Daily Regimen goes live.

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Circle 10 AK Reporting: Red Army Standard to Import Russian Vympel Ammo

Circle 10 AK broke the news this morning that Century Arms will be importing Russian Vympel Ammo under its Red Army Standard brand. Previously, this Vympel ammo was only imported by Golden Tiger and it was widely known to be of excellent quality though often in short supply.

Circle 10 AK made the following statement on Facebook:

If this move can put more affordable, high quality ammo in the hands of AK shooters, it will be a big win. The Golden Tiger ammo that I have used is hotter, cleaner, more accurate, and has less flash than your typical cheap steel case ammo.

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Sneak Peek: Cloud Defense LCS with Integrated Light Mount

Cloud Defensive gave a sneak peek of a new version of the Light Control System that features a direct mounting option for Surefire Scout pattern lights. The new LCS prototype, the LCS-DM, will have a special direct mount panel that mounts in place of the standard cable routing panel. This allows this modification to be backwards compatible with all current generation LCS units.

The new LCS DM will be available as a package that includes the DM panel and standard panel. The DM panel will also be available separately. The pricing is expected to be around $15 for the panel whether purchased separately or added to a package.

Check out Cloud Defensive.

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OV Innovations Cache – Available for Pre-order

The Cache, a “beavertail” accessory that is compatible with a variety of EDC and tactical backpacks, is now available for pre-order from OV Innovations. It features a bellowed design that allows it to lay flat when not in use but expand to hold large, bulky items. It is constructed with 500D Cordura and T-70 nylon thread.

This PALS compatible beavertail can be adjusted to fit a large variety of packs. OV Innovations states that the Cache “should fit any pack with at least 6 standard PALS columns on the face or bottom (near the face) and the appropriate upper anchor points.” I suspect that creative gear users will be able to find several ways to attach a gear item this versatile.

Check out the Cache at OV Innovations.

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Scalarworks Receives Patent

Scalarworks has received a patent for a number of the elements designed into their Low Drag Mount series. They are understandably proud of the unique features of their mounts that make them the lightest QD mounts available – lighter than many non-QD optic mounts.

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SKELETON Optics Sale at Chase Tactical

Chase Tactical is offering their line of SKELETON Optics eyewear at 15%, today through 6/25. You can use code SKELETON15 at checkout to save. Visit ChaseTactical.com.

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Big Changes at Survive! Knives

Survive! Knives has been hinting toward big changes for a while now and their upcoming SK series of knives hasn’t exactly been a secret though details were sparse. That all changed yesterday when Survive! rolled out new details on the future of the SK and GSO series.

The Survive! GSO series of knives have been in high demand and that is an understatement. The demand has easily outstripped the pace at which the semi-custom line can be produced and the knives are back ordered out more than a year in most cases. Enter the SK series. The SK series of knives will be more of a high end production line. Millit Knives will be handling the production grinding for all of the SURVIVE! knives. The SK Series blades will be completed at Precision Plus. The hope is that the SK series would be able to be kept in stock to meet the demand of most users and the GSO series can continue to be Survive! Knives’ more hand finished line.

The SK series consists initially of 3 different models: SK 3.5, SK 6, and SK 12. Pre-orders are already open on the SK 6 and SK 12. You can read details on all the SK models on their product page: SK product page at SurviveKnives.com

You can read what Survive! Knives has to say about the transition on their blog and view the video below for more details.

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Recover Tactical Adds New Magazine Clips

If it has been a while since you looked at Recover Tactical’s line of magazine clips, you may want to look again. They have added several new models to their line up which now includes the Glock 17, 19, 21, and 43 along with the Smith & Wesson Shield. The Glock 21, 43 and S&W Shield Magazine Clips are new products that are currently available for pre-order.

Check out Recover Tactical Magazine Clips.

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Meridian Defense Corp AK FSB

Meridian Defense (MDC) just released a new Front Sight Tower/Gas Block combo with AK-100 series styling. The new MDC AK FSB Combo is machined from steel and will have a black oxide finish. It features a 90 degree gas port and is adjustable for elevation and windage via a standard AK sight tool.

The MDC AK FSB is available now from Meridian Defense Corp.

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Crowdfund This: Carbon Tactics Ti Hook Belt

The Pied Piper of Belts, Carbon Tactics, just launched another Kickstarter campaign to fund their latest belt, the Ti Hook. They surpassed their modest funding goal by a long shot within the first 24 hours of the campaign.

The Ti Hook is one of their simplest buckle designs yet. It has no moving parts and requires no holes or ratchets to adjust. The Ti Hook is like a triglide with a hook on it that has been machined from titanium. It also has a gently curved shape so it is more comfortable and lays flat on the wearer. When properly adjusted, it has no exposed tail (extra webbing) and keeps its adjustment so all you have to do is hook/unhook it.

As with previous Carbon Tactics belt offerings, this one is available with a single or double layer of webbing. If you plan on using it for concealed carry, I recommend the double layer. I own several belts from Carbon Tactics and find them to support the weight of a holstered handgun very well. I especially like them for AIWB carry where a belt that supports weight but remains somewhat flexible is preferred.

You can check out the Ti Hook Belt on Kickstarter.

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