It’s the end of another year.
Let us, the team here at Packs and Beyond wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.
It’s been a pretty tough year around these parts.
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This is a great opinion piece from my mate Matt, who happens to be the big cheese behind the Primary & Secondary Network.
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A lovely little man bag arrived in the post for me last week.
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As we mentioned briefly in passing earlier in the year after SHOT Show, an opportunity to participate in a modcast through the Primary and Secondary Network came up.
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Alright then, we’re up to Part 3 of my report from SHOT Show.
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Our last announcement last year just before Christmas (seen HERE) was pretty big for us.
Progress for our M-Lok compatible forearm for the Marlin 336 lever action rifle is continuing full steam ahead.
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Just like last year, I’m planning on presenting my observations of SHOT show products and companies in several parts. Both to make it easier to write and digest for you, the reader.
Let me know if you like this format.
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SHOT Show 2018 was held in Las Vegas from the 23rd to the 26th of January this year.
As per last year, Packs and Beyond was acting as an ambassador for Crossfire Australia (http://crossfire.com.au/). We would like to thank Crossfire Australia once more for this great opportunity.
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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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