Battle-Rattle is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business which makes stainless steel whiskey chillers. The chillers come in the following shapes, and are available either individually or as part of sets:
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Remember to celebrate Independence Day safely and responsibly!
The Freedom Patch is the latest product from Primer Projects. Sized 3.75″ x 1.75″, the Freedom Patch is made of soft PVC with a black and white colorway, and Velcro hook backing.
And non-tactical dads, we’re all inclusive here.
That is all.
The creative minds at Pop Chart Lab have created the ‘Combat Vehicles of the U.S. Military’ print, a compilation of every US combat vehicle currently in service. Each vehicle is sorted into class and sub-class, and assigned an emblem indicating which branch of service it is utilized in.
Created by Canada-based Patch Panel and available from Violent Little Machine Shop, this Boba Fett patch consists of PVC with a black Velcro back.
Limited to just 100 pieces, Dumpbox has turned the iconic 1st Air Cav Yater Spoon 8’6″ Kilgore Surf Board into a challenge coin / bottle opener. Each piece is full color, measuring 4″ long, and featuring the original artwork as seen in the film, along with an individual hand number.
For Immediate Release
29 March 16 Broken Arrow, OK
Knife Hand the World is nine kinds of chuffed to let everyone know the Modern Budō (“Tactical Samurai”) design is in full production after the initial test run sold out in just a couple of days. The Samurai shirt, a part of the Anachrobellum lineup with the support of Breach-Bang-Clear, has proven to be the fastest selling one to date (including even the various versions of American Jedi).
The design is currently available only in black, in sizes ranging from Small to 3XL.
Why the Samurai? Of all the warrior archetypes in the world, none is perhaps more recognizable than that of the Samurai. The word Samurai is derived at least in part from the word saburau, which means “to serve.” That’s fitting enough, particularly in the modern context and even more so with regard to how we regard the warrior ethos. There’s nothing wrong with a little ego in a fighting man, quite the contrary — but if that ego is not subordinated to some sense of the greater good (serving your country, serving your community, sticking up for those weaker than you), well, then…you’re probably just an asshole and you don’t deserve to wear this shirt anyway.
This particular Samurai is carrying some things MInamoto Tametomo and Miyamoto Musashi wouldn’t recognize — Mk17, PEQ15, OSS Suppressor, S&S Precision Manta strobe and the like — but they’d understand the philosophy behind it.
“In China there was once a man who liked pictures of dragons, and his clothing and furnishings were all designed accordingly. His deep affection for dragons was brought to the attention of the dragon god, and one day a real dragon appeared before his window. It is said that he died of fright. He was probably a man who always spoke big words but acted differently when facing the real thing.” (Yamamoto Tsunetomo, c. 1700)
Pick one up at www.anachrobellum.com or find them on Instagram, @anachrobellum. Check out the Modern Viking version, and watch for our homage to Roger’s Rangers coming very soon.
Dumpbox is now offering the ‘Tactical As Fuck’ Bart Simpson design as a PVC morale patch in SWAT and Digi Camo colorways. The design is also available on a shirt and a hat, and even an incredibly limited number of lighters. Get yours while you can.
Primer Projects has just released a new line of stickers. Some of them, like the Metal Mouth and Fight Crime stickers, are based on previous designs, while stickers like the Black Coffee and Freedom designs are brand new.
The stickers are all made of premium die-cut vinyl, colored black and white, and of course are made in the USA.
You can get them at primerprojects.com/products.
Gear Assist a patriotic tactical morale patches and apparel online store. Among their products, the Elite Zombie Squad patch caught my eye. The patch is PVC and Velcro-backed, and depicts the following:
The image is of one unlucky zombie eating a heart with your cross-hair just inches off from where hes going to eat his last bite.
If you have a moment, check out their full line of morale patches at www.gearassist.com/shop/?category=Patches. They also offer a line of stickers and apparel as well.
Primer Projects is back with their newest product, the Anti-Anti Gun Club patch. The patch is soft PVC, colored Black and White, sized 3″ x 2″, with Velcro hook backing.
You can get it here: primerprojects.com/product/anti-anti-gun-club
Epik Panda just released their newest Samurai morale patch collection. Each patch is PVC and Velcro backed. I especially like the
Zaku Cyclops samurai.
That VA Life is a brand new, humorous, comic book drawn series drawn by Joshua Johnson, and written by Thirty Seconds Out and Violent Little Machine Shop. Join Bosco as he navigates life outside of the military…or will he just give up and go “back in”. Will the VA, proven to be a formidable foe of administrative labyrinths, best our hero as he tries to square himself away…or will our hero triumph against this faceless organization of nonsensical nonsense?
Join the crew at Shot Show from 2:00PM – 5:00PM on Wednesday, January 20th at S&S Precision’s booth (#8206) to get a signed issue, shoot the shit, and drink some FREE BEER. All proceeds will be donated to a charity…we haven’t picked which one yet.
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Airborne Ranger has released two new University of Pineland flags. The flags are constructed of 110g digitally printed knitted polyester, rated for indoor and outdoor use. They feature brass grommets for hanging, and are sized 3′ x 5′.
SKD Tactical has just released their new ‘Molon Labia’ t-shirt and patch collection. I think both products speak for themselves.
Displate’s Warriors of the Ages posters are gallery quality prints, on thick 17.7″ x 12.6″ metal plates. There are multiple stylized designs to choose from, including a Viking, a Samurai, a Zulu warrior, and even a D&D-esque barbarian warrior.
Did you have a good Turkey day? Tell us about it in the comment section. Oh, and enjoy this completely unrelated clip from the greatest gangster movie never made:
Today is ‘Back to the Future’ Day, or the day that Marty and Doc traveled to the future in BttF 2. In celebration, Dumpbox has released some new BttF-themed patches. Personally, I’m partial to the “Eat Lead, Slacker” patch, but the hoverboards are pretty cool as well.
The folks at Dumpbox are big fans of Top Gun, so in celebration of the film they’ve produced a patch and sticker set depicting the “Holy S*** It’s Viper” scene from the film.
For those who don’t know, Roderick “Roddy” George Toombs, better known by his professional name Rowdy Roddy Piper, passed away in his sleep yesterday in his Hollywood home. Although TFB has some knowledge of his wrestling career, we know him best for his ionic role as John Nada in the 1988 sci-fi classic, They Live. As such, we’re reposting one of many iconic scenes from that film, and in our opinion the greatest fight scene ever put to cinema:
Dumpbox is selling a run of ‘Welcom To Aloha Snackbar’ patches. Offered in Full Color, the patch is PVC with Velcro hook backing. Only 95 were made, so get on these while you can.