U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Everyone who owns a rifle should own kit that goes with it. The logic

U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Everyone who owns a rifle should own kit that goes with it. The logic here is simple: rifles are the tools to fight tyranny, plate carriers hold the ammunition to keep that fight going and plates to keep you safe. With Christmas right around the corner here is some tactical gear to get you kitted-out for the range at the right price! Whether you are taking some rifle training courses or just want to live-action role-play your favorite video game at the range, the 5.11 TacTec plate carrier is a great option for holding all of your gear. 5.11’s TacTec Plate Carrier will fit medium to large SAPI body armor, so the plates from AR500 will fit perfectly once they arrive. The carrier can be removed or donned by pulling up a front flap and undoing a velcro cumberbund, there is no need to remove magazines when doing this. So far this TacTec carrier has 5 magazine pouches attached and admin pouch holding a notebook and pen. 5.11 has built-in an admin pouch on the front of the carrier that will easily hold your phone and gloves or a spare magazine. I am waiting for an IFAK to show in the mail but it was added on with the AR500 plates I purchased for a reasonable pr...

The 2019 Phillies Special Event Hat and Jersey Roundup

And they could all be a lot worse! For the last few years, it hasn’t been worth giving any grand pronouncements about the state of sport vs. merchandising (which was originally a discussion of sport and patriotism). These products come out every year, and I’m just an old man yelling at a cloud at this point. And new hats are always fun. We’ll start with the Stars and Stripes hat. Every year I think “What is possibly left?” And they always find something new. Here, instead of “what can we do with red, white, and blue,” we have the extraordinarily smart move to use a retro logo. And lots of points for picking the Whiz Kids era logo instead of the currently retro-chic 70s/80s logo. (“But Dan,” you say, “it could also be the 1934–37 logo.” It could be, but I think they’re going for the Whiz Kids. I like it. Even if it were the current logo, being that the new normal (note: it’s not new, we’re more than a decade into flag hats), it’s not that bad. That’s a lot of hats. I still think 2008 is the best, with 2009, 2011, and the red 2018 being tied for second place. Notice that it’s now military-inspired/camouflage on Armed Forces day, not Memorial Day, which had been a (correct) concer...