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Upcoming News February 2021

I don’t have to tell you all how impossible it is to find ammunition for any caliber made in the 20th century it would seem. I even spoke with the owner of a local gun shop who said rounds like 9mm Makarov & .32 ACP that use to be hard to move has even sold out and people are asking to be put on a waiting list for more to arrive. The level of hoarding and the lengths to which people are now going is something I haven’t seen in a very, very long time. This massive ammunition shortage has effected nearly everyone I know professionally and personally so we decided to face the topic head on and lay out what my plans are for the next month or so here on the site. In simple terms what gear and series we have coming down the pipe.

Gear Reviews & Stories Coming Soon

  • Axil GS Extreme All in One Ear Buds
  • Axil TRACKR BLU Premium Ear Muffs (Bluetooth Capable)
  • Peltor Tactical 500 Electronic Ear Muffs (Bluetooth Capable)
  • Glock 19 Frame Modification from Landers Weapon Systems
  • Part III of the Hebrew Hammer Israeli FAL Light Build (Depending on build time from Arizona Response Systems)
  • Streamlight Pistol Light Review
  • Fix It Sticks Tool Review
  • New archery cases & other gear from Plano
  • New 2021 products from CAA & Fab Defense

We can’t tell you everything we have lined up but this is just a taste of some of the products and companies we have been engaging with the last few months in order to bring you gear reviews and news that you care about. In 2021 it doesn’t look like the ammunition shortage is going to change anytime soon, the good news is magazines for just about every weapon in earth seem to be on the market for reasonable prices..So stock up.

About the Author /

Rick Dembroski spent 10 of the best years of his life as a USAF Civil Engineer, traveling the globe, drinking beer, and causing chaos. His superiors dubbed him "King of Useless Knowledge" a title that he still loves to this day. Separated in 2002 as a SSgt (E5- in the USAF), he chose to stay in the frozen north of Alaska and currently works as an Emergency Management Specialist combining his love of chaos with preparedness to ensure people know how to survive disasters.

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