Described as “…like darts, but on steroids”, Bad Axe Throwing is exactly what it sounds like: hurling hand axes into chunks of target wood. Bad Axe Throwing is a quickly growing sport in Canada, and the creators are looking to expand into the USA, Australia, and Europe, so they’ve turned to Kickstarter to realize this goal.
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.
The Throwflame X15 Flamethrower is a more traditional looking commercially-available flamethrower when compared to the XM42 featured on TFB a few months back. It features a 3.3 gallon capacity with a max range of 50 ft. Every X15 comes with three interchangeable wand tips and a refillable 20oz CO2 tank. Throwflame even produces their own optimized napalm mix, although it can use any commonly available liquid fuel.
KRYTAC, KRISS Group’s training and simulation brand, has just released the new Trident LMG Enhanced airsoft rifle. Designed to combine the look and function of the AR platform with a full-sized machine gun, the Trident comes with a KeyMod handguard and shortened barrel for customization and maneuverability. It features a reinforced 8mm ball bearing gearbox with integrated MOSFET and an easy access spring guide system. The Trident is capable of firing 6mm BBs at velocities exceeding 380 fps, at a rate of 20+ rounds per second.
Additional features include:
The Deadpool red band trailer premiered on Conan last night, but now it’s available to the general public. They cut a tiny bit of from the original SDCC presentation, but it’s still largely the same trailer, and it’s awesome.
A more zen variation of your typical Little Green Army Men, the Yoga Joes are made of ABS plastic, varying 1″ – 3″ in height. They even come in packaging with a bamboo floor.
The Deadpool trailer is coming out tomorrow, so 20th Century Fox released this “trailer trailer” for the upcoming trailer. I think it sets the mood pretty well for what to expect from the final product.
SKD Tactical made a shirt that lets everyone know exactly what they’re about, and you can get one for yourself from their webstore. It’s even relatively PC, so the offendatrons should stay off your case, emphasis on should.
Y’know how in Hollywood movies and tv shows where some goober pounds randomly on a keyboard and somehow they produce a long string of code, or hack into a secret Government installation’s computer network? Well, that’s bunk, but don’t fret! There’s a website which allows you to mirror the skills of the greatest of Hollywood hackers. Just pound on your keyboard and long strings of code appear on demand.
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:
Bad Guys are like grass: both need regular mowing or things just get nastier. The Thirty Seconds Out ‘Mowing Since 9/11′ t-shirt is a black, cotton/poly blend shirt. Available in sizes MD – XXL.
Also, use code MOWING at checkout for free US shipping.
DPX GEAR INTRODUCES THE DPX ACULUS 3D, A MONOBLOCK GENTLEMAN’S KNIFE CARVED FROM A SOLID BLOCK OF TITANIUM ALLOYJuly 30th, 2015
San Diego, CA – July 29, 2015 – DPx Gear, Inc. has released the new monoblock frame gentleman’s knife, the DPx Aculus 3D. It is available in a limited run of 100 pieces available exclusively from DPx Gear and ready for immediate shipment.
The DPx Aculus is a hard use gentleman’s knife carved from a single block of 6Al4v titanium alloy. Designed by adventurer Robert Young Pelton after seeing the poor quality and limited strength of traditional military and law enforcement knives, he decided to create an incredibly strong and compact knife. The Aculus is an every day carry tool with beautifully fluid lines, exquisite ergonomics, and a tough blade of the highest quality and finish. The frame is a single seamless machined piece of art, elegantly held together with only two screws. The Aculus was designed for undercover work, where professionals must dress in formal wear but must carry tools that cannot fail. The ergonomics had to work as a knife but also as a concealed hand held tool capable of dealing non-lethal pain to attackers.
The DPx Aculus 3D features a unique 3D diamond pattern for superior grip, a tungsten carbide glass breaker with replacement flat head screw, a deep carry pocket clip, razor sharp Niolox tool steel, and DPx Gear’s no-questions-asked lifetime warranty. MSRP for the DPx Aculus 3D is $400 and can be purchased only by visiting www.dpxgear.com/aculus.
The Mykel Hawke Arrowhead Set is composed of five unique hunting tool accessories inspired by the cultures Mykel Hawke encountered during his service with the Armed Forces. The tools are made of black oxide coated stainless steel, featuring hollow ground edges for sustained sharpness, and can be used for numerous hunting techniques including spear hunting, trapping, and fishing. Additionally, the set comes with a small storage pouch.
This post was originally featured on Soldier Systems Daily.
Loot Crate is a subscription service that provides customers with “a monthly box of geek & gamer gear”. Several plans are offered, from a single month to a year of continuous crates. The crate for July is the Heroes 2 theme, and features ‘comic book, television, and video game heroes’ items.
Included within this month’s box is:
With Fallout 4 coming out this November, there’s still time to play the previous games to catch up with the series: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, Fallout 3, and Fallout: New Vegas. With this in mind, Bethesda Softworks is releasing the Fallout Anthology collection, which contains Windows-compatible versions of the five previous games all contained within a mini nuke case with audible bomb sound. Best of all, there’s a space reserved for a copy of Fallout 4, when it releases.
Available for pre-order direct from Bethesda, or through various retailers.
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.
Here’s some pics I took of cosplayers while I was at SDCC 2015. I’ve got more photos of the show in general to show off as well, so stay tuned.
Airsoft Extreme has launched a new website, AEX Super Stores. Along with the new site, they’re also running a 10%-off sale on all orders from the new site. Use coupon code AEXNEWSITE to apply the discount. On top of that, all orders over $100 will receive a free bag of 5000 bb’s.
Check out the video below to see an overview of the new site:
Shinesty’s Rogue Gentleman Camo Dress Suit is 100% polyester composite, and features a camo pattern which will allow you to blend into a wooded environment while looking sharply dressed; sorry to say in the business world you’d stick out like a sore thumb, but, hey, you can’t win ’em all.
Primer Projects has taken their ‘1 in the Chamber design, and put it on a t-shirt, as well as a blackout patch.
Massdrop is a crowd-based sales platform where users vote on commercial items to be featured on the site, based on a category such as ‘Espresso machine’ or ‘Tactical backpack’. Once voting narrows down to just one item, Massdrop contacts the manufacturer and looks to set up a ‘Massdrop’, which aims to offer bulk pricing to the masses while only requiring they buy one each. As true of a traditional bulk pricing model, the more items sold, the lower the price for all.
This time, the chosen knife is the KA-BAR Zombro Knife. It features a ~9″ 1095 cro-van steel blade with a Kraton zombie-green handle. It’s going for $49.99+S&H through Massdrop, with an MSRP of $137.97. It’s only got about a week left, so if you’re interested you should jump on this deal.
The TiWhistle is a project on Kickstarter for a 100% titanium whistle. Despite its small size, it is capable of an output of roughly 120 decibels.
Warning: Loud shouting, so turn down those speakers.