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#markowenseal #EDC

#markowenseal #EDC

bandofbrotherslittlesister:

bulletsforamerica:

Reblog. Every. Single. Time. Always.

I’m the same way with this gif.

bandofbrotherslittlesister:

bulletsforamerica:

Reblog. Every. Single. Time. Always.

I’m the same way with this gif.
spartanrace:

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250 on day 7 still trying catch up

spartanrace:

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250 on day 7 still trying catch up

ivillage:

Start Your Own Avocado PlantThe next time you make guacamole, take the avocado pit (often called the stone) and push the flat end into a six-inch pot of moist, multi-purpose soil. Leave the pointy end exposed.
Make sure to keep the plant at about 65° F until the first leaf shoots appear. Aftet that, it likes normal room temperatures with slightly cooler temperatures (60° F) in winter.
To encourage upward growth, pinch off new buds when they appear below the top leaves on the plant stalk. With proper care, in three years your Avocado will grow to an elegant, large-leaved houseplant about 3 feet tall.

ivillage:

Start Your Own Avocado Plant
The next time you make guacamole, take the avocado pit (often called the stone) and push the flat end into a six-inch pot of moist, multi-purpose soil. Leave the pointy end exposed.

Make sure to keep the plant at about 65° F until the first leaf shoots appear. Aftet that, it likes normal room temperatures with slightly cooler temperatures (60° F) in winter.

To encourage upward growth, pinch off new buds when they appear below the top leaves on the plant stalk. With proper care, in three years your Avocado will grow to an elegant, large-leaved houseplant about 3 feet tall.

kyledefoor:

First Lite Kanab Pants

100% Merino wool. This is huge for me on three fronts; first, they are as quiet as a pant can be, second, they are warm in cold temps and not suffocating in warm temps because if the thickness used. Lastly, because they are Merino, I can go for WEEKS without washing whether I’m on a long hunting expedition or a multi-week course that I teach, I only need one pair of pants.

Some other points-

Two sections of elastic in the waist to help with fit when layering

Removable suspenders and well placed belt loops

Two well placed cargo pockets on thigh without Velcro. There’s no Velcro anywhere.

Wide cuff with bungee drawstring and button for wearing the pants up Capri style. I found this useful when crossing a creek that was deeper than my boots were high.

I can’t say enough about the Kanabs. Without a doubt my fav work and outdoor pant right now. Check back for some other gear I’ll be highlighting from First Lite - all stuff I use regularly, check them out here- 

http://www.firstlite.com

kyledefoor:

First Lite Kanab Pants

100% Merino wool. This is huge for me on three fronts; first, they are as quiet as a pant can be, second, they are warm in cold temps and not suffocating in warm temps because if the thickness used. Lastly, because they are Merino, I can go for WEEKS without washing whether I’m on a long hunting expedition or a multi-week course that I teach, I only need one pair of pants.

Some other points-

Two sections of elastic in the waist to help with fit when layering

Removable suspenders and well placed belt loops

Two well placed cargo pockets on thigh without Velcro. There’s no Velcro anywhere.

Wide cuff with bungee drawstring and button for wearing the pants up Capri style. I found this useful when crossing a creek that was deeper than my boots were high.

I can’t say enough about the Kanabs. Without a doubt my fav work and outdoor pant right now. Check back for some other gear I’ll be highlighting from First Lite - all stuff I use regularly, check them out here-

http://www.firstlite.com

1037135:

greyfox70:

BCM receiver,YHM low profile gas block and 13”Troy VTac handrail with a 16” SS Bison armory barrel on a Daniel Defense lower.

http://bisonarmory.com/16-recon-subsonic-6-8mm-stainless/ actually thats pretty affordable. how much to put the whole rifle together?

Barrel was $200, $40 for the gas block,$30 bolt, $11 for gas tube. $20 for muzzle break, $8 for barrel nut , $100 for the VTAC forearm. That’s what I have in the upper. @

1037135:

greyfox70:

BCM receiver,YHM low profile gas block and 13”Troy VTac handrail with a 16” SS Bison armory barrel on a Daniel Defense lower.

http://bisonarmory.com/16-recon-subsonic-6-8mm-stainless/ actually thats pretty affordable. how much to put the whole rifle together?

Barrel was $200, $40 for the gas block,$30 bolt, $11 for gas tube. $20 for muzzle break, $8 for barrel nut , $100 for the VTAC forearm. That’s what I have in the upper. @

Day 1 & 2 completed on day 1 to catch up. 30 this morning and 30 this afternoon.

Day 1 & 2 completed on day 1 to catch up. 30 this morning and 30 this afternoon.

atomictactical:

First Revision on the Atomic Tactical Inc ATI- M15 Billet 7075-T6 Lower Receiver!  Limited Run on 20!  Feedback - please comment ;)

atomictactical:

First Revision on the Atomic Tactical Inc ATI- M15 Billet 7075-T6 Lower Receiver! Limited Run on 20! Feedback - please comment ;)

I’m 7 days behind and will catch up before the 30 days are up.

I’m 7 days behind and will catch up before the 30 days are up.

birbarianhomeguard:

usmc-ductus-exemplo:

victran:

Preparedness Not Paranoia - Pat McNamara 

My in and around town car for day to day use is pretty non-descript. I’ve got no flashy in plain view inside worth stealing and “Kill ‘Em All” stickers plastered on the outside.The items in my trunk are for when “Shit’s Gone South”. It would have to be a really bad day if I’ve got to deploy and employ my items, but I’d rather have and not need than to need and not have. If an active shooter is reaping havoc in a venue where my kids are, and if my local guys are not on the scene, I am going into that crisis site like a scalded ape.The big dumb reflective vest is to separate me from the shit head in the venue. The rifle’s sight has cross hairs as well as bats (in the event the bats shit the bed). The battle bag has eight loaded mags. Inside of the battle bag I’ve got water, eyes, ears and lube. In the Day and a half bag I’ve got more “Shoot, Move, Communicate and Medicate.” I’ve got also, grease pencils, multi tool, chem lights, reading glasses (that’s right), lighter, 550 cord, and a few other nick knacks.


Teach me your WAYS

Pat M. teaches classes. Most people here on tumblr have a very narrow lane when it comes to carrying a weapon.

This guy had 22 years of special operations experience in the military. He’s responsible and trained. Just food for thought.

birbarianhomeguard:

usmc-ductus-exemplo:

victran:

Preparedness Not Paranoia - Pat McNamara 

My in and around town car for day to day use is pretty non-descript. I’ve got no flashy in plain view inside worth stealing and “Kill ‘Em All” stickers plastered on the outside.

The items in my trunk are for when “Shit’s Gone South”. It would have to be a really bad day if I’ve got to deploy and employ my items, but I’d rather have and not need than to need and not have. If an active shooter is reaping havoc in a venue where my kids are, and if my local guys are not on the scene, I am going into that crisis site like a scalded ape.

The big dumb reflective vest is to separate me from the shit head in the venue. The rifle’s sight has cross hairs as well as bats (in the event the bats shit the bed). The battle bag has eight loaded mags. Inside of the battle bag I’ve got water, eyes, ears and lube. In the Day and a half bag I’ve got more “Shoot, Move, Communicate and Medicate.” I’ve got also, grease pencils, multi tool, chem lights, reading glasses (that’s right), lighter, 550 cord, and a few other nick knacks.

Teach me your WAYS

Pat M. teaches classes. Most people here on tumblr have a very narrow lane when it comes to carrying a weapon.

This guy had 22 years of special operations experience in the military. He’s responsible and trained. Just food for thought.