Archive for the ‘Tactical Babes’ Category
This is the full “Chicks Who Love Guns” video as seen in the 1997 movie Jackie Brown. Good trigger control.
The 2015 Tactical Girls calendar is now available. Covering 13 months (Jan 2015 – Jan 2016), the calendar features beautiful women with exotic weaponry in realistic tactical settings. Weapons featured in the calendar include the Drake Stalker .50 BMG rifle, Kel-Tec RFB Battle Rifle, FNP-45 pistol, and even an AT4 anti-tank weapon. 10% of the print run of this calendar is donated to deployed soldiers and the organizations that support them.
You can get it here: www.tacgirls.com
The 2015 Liberty Belles calendar is now available. This time, the calendar pays tribute to the Special Operations within the US Navy, US Air Force, US Marine Corps, and US Army, with the women of Liberty Belles adorned in tactical gear and custom fit bikini uniforms. It also comes with a bonus pull out poster!
Polish company Linder Coffins does a yearly calendar which features beautiful female models matched up with the Linder product line. The image in the link below is from the 2011 calendar, and is honestly more our speed, since it’s the only year to feature firearms in any capacity, but every calendar is worth looking at.
Our friends over at Weapon Outfitters recently had an opportunity to do a ‘Tank Girl’-inspired photo shoot, and they’ve given TFB the exclusive First Look. Featured in the photos is a custom-built AR-15 featuring Weapon Outfitters’ Custom Upper #11, with lower receivers built by Aero Precision Inc. and Umbrella Corporation Weapons Research Group. Weapon Outfitters would also like to extend their appreciation towards B.E. Meyers & Company, Inc. for allowing them access to the half track used as the set of the photo shoot.
About the models:
Tessa Marie is a Burlesque Dancer, Model, Cosplayer, Gamer, and Mamabird at The Manic Menagerie Vaudeville Company. Her father was a tank crewman, which makes this particular shoot a good thematic match for her. Check out her Facebook page: www.facebook.com/TheCrossfoxx
Etheral Rose is an amateur freelance model, nurse, and gamer. She’s quite familiar with firearms and has a bit of training under her belt. Check out her Facebook page: www.facebook.com/E.R.modeling
Check out the rest of the pics at the link below!
Available from Mil-Spec Monkey, the Liberty Belles 2014 calendar pays homage to US Military Special Forces with 12 beautiful women adorned in tactical gear and custom fit bikini uniforms. Covers all 12 months of 2014 plus a bonus pull out poster!
Thank you, Reddit!
Z.E.R.T. and 32 Celsius are trying to fund a 2014 calendar featuring girls in zombie camo slaying the undead, with twice Emmy nominated makeup artist, Kelly Belmonte, behind the zombie makeup.
We’ve already posted how to field strip a Glock the EyeHandy way, now it’s the black rifle’s turn.
A new page sponsored by Acme Approved that features daily updates of pics featuring women with guns. If the page name wasn’t enough of an indication, the page can be pretty NSFW at times.
Gun reviews by ladies…
Check it out. Available in Flash as well as .jpg versions.
Looking for something really cool to spiff up your gear? Then I think Tactical Night Vision Co has just the right thing.
This package of four premium, high-resolution, laminated white vinyl stickers features original pin-up artwork produced in-house at TNVC. The lovely ladies adorning these high quality stickers are showing off some of the latest night vision hardware. The material is suitable for use outdoors and on vehicles. Stickers are only sold as a set. Each set comes with 1/ea Red Head, Brunette, Blonde, and Logo.
This article was originally posted on Solder Systems Daily.
This interview-style video features models Rosie Jones and India Reynolds and gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the Hot Shots Calendar girls. It’s not recommended for work so you should probably watch it from home.
Several SSD sponsors are working on this project. Smith Optics, Magpul and Crye Precision along with the UK’s Edgar Bros have banded together to help the Hot Shots Calendar project generate revenue for injured US & UK Service men and women.
Please remember, you can purchase a 2012 calendar, posters and cards at www.hotshotscalendar.com. 50% of the proceeds are donated to the UK based Help for Heroes.
Originally posted on Soldier Systems Daily.
Been slacking on ‘em lately, so figured you could use another one. NESFW (Not Especially Safe For Work)
Got forty mike-mike?
Gratuitous hot girl with gun…this is actually a pretty interesting shot, the way its composed. Only Somewhat Safe For Work.
From Tactical Life
U.S Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Victoria Rogers jumps over a canal on her way to a school in Garmsir district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, April 30, 2011. Rogers, with the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment Female Engagement Team, visited medical clinics and schools on a regular basis as part of the team’s efforts to interact with women in the community. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Colby Brown/Released)
Command Sergeant Major Jane Baldwin and Colonel Ellen Haring, both Army reservists, said policies barring them from assignments “solely on the basis of sex” violated their right to equal protection under the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution.
“This limitation on plaintiffs’ careers restricts their current and future earnings, their potential for promotion and advancement, and their future retirement benefits,” the women said in the suit filed in U.S. District Court.
U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Ed Hammond, center, reviews a prison assessment checklist with Spc. Nicole Meixner, right, at Joint Security Station Shield, Iraq, before going outside-the-wire to assess the conditions at a women?s prison in the Rusafa Prison Complex in Baghdad, Iraq, April 6, 2011. Hammond is a U.S. Forces – Iraq provost marshal office corrections assistance transition team first sergeant. Meixner assisted CATT on this mission because only women were allowed into the areas of the facility with female inmates. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Larry Schneck/Released)
The Pentagon unveiled a new policy in February that opened up 14,000 more positions to women in the military. It still barred them from serving in infantry, armor and special-operations units whose main job is front-line combat. Women make up about 14.5 percent of active-duty military personnel. More than 800 women have been wounded and more than 130 killed in fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, the lawsuit said.
Source: Ian Simpson for Reuters.
It’s been a while since we had a hot girl with a gun, so we’ll pass this along.
Thanks to TG for the link!