ITS Tactical: How to Keep Your AR Running Part 1
Many people own AR’s, but unfortunately don’t know the first thing about the history, functionality or even what spare parts to have on hand to ensure success…
Grey Group Tactical – Green Zone: The Real Villians Are SOF, WTF?
Being a fan of the “Jason Bourne” movies I had high hopes for the coming movie Green Zone. Those hopes began to waver with the release of the first trailers depicting an Army Warrant Officer being “off reservation” and engaged (in a hostile manner) with American SOF. I saw the movie this weekend, and was pleasantly surprised that Matt Damon’s character at least did not directly kill any other American Service Members, because well…he was the hero, you couldn’t have the hero do that, right?
Strike Hold! caught a BBC broadcast providing some new details of the new British Multi-Terrain Pattern (MTP) designed by Crye Precision for the Ministry of Defence…
Death Valley Magazine – Physical Body Language Indicators of Imminent Violence
One of the most often overlooked aspects of your training regimen is conflict avoidance. We train and train on how to resolve a violent encounter in the most efficient and (in certain cases such as an attack on principle in a High threat environment, or when someone is trying to kill you in) the Most violent manner possible to end the threat for our clients, our teams and ourselves…
Great blog! I really enjoy the information and practical application. For those that may not know it the bulb grease your talking about is also known as Dielectric grease. This is the stuff that mechanics use on spark plug boots and electrical connections. I usually keep 1 large tube on hand as well as a few of the small individual use packets that you can find at the counter for under$1. These small packets are great for your kit or pack!
Thanks Zach. That is exactly the grease that I am talking about.
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