Marching Order (aka 3rd Line)
This “how-to” has been a long time coming. I had a draft, with pictures all ready for publishing, but the hard drive I store my documents on died. It’s taken me a significant period of time to get caught back up to where I’m relatively happy (or happier) with the level of detail I need for this article.
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It’s that time of year again everyone.
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Since our last announcement awhile ago (see HERE), there have been some exciting developments for our M-Lok compatible forearm for the Marlin 336.
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ITEM: Green Can Locker Hardware Kit
MANUFACTURER: Captain Johns Green Can Locker
Aftermarket hardware that allows a surplus ammunition liner (ammo can) to be locked up with a small padlock.
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ITEM: SAS Mk6 General Purpose Combat Pack
MANUFACTURER: Wilderness Equipment (WE)
An 85 Litre-ish general purpose combat pack with external pockets and an internal X frame.
Posted in Crossfire, Long Range, Packs & Webbing by Jacko with 4 comments.
We have some exciting news to share here at Packs and Beyond:
Our latest Trip Report.
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Outdoor Tactical Elite here in Brisbane had their 5.11 day VIP event last week.
I was fortunate to receive an invite to this event.
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There’s been some really big news from High Range Outdoors this week.
I’ll let you read their own press release to us:
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The third part of my adventures at SHOT Show.
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In Part 1 of my SHOT Show Round-up (seen HERE), we looked at Range Day.
Now, we continue the series by commencing a look at products and company’s that drew my eye.
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