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Hondo and His Guns Through Three Generations of SWAT

SWAT is an interesting television show and it was the first police show to ever focus on the Special Weapons and Tactics teams pioneered by the LAPD. The leader of the unit Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson, helped inspire not only the use of modern weapons by police but helped create the entire 1980s tactical look. What's always captured me about these film SWAT officers is that they've also done a great job of representing the gear and tactics of that era. The guns, accessories, and gear all match the era from the 1970s origins to the 2003 early GWOT to the current crop of high-speed rifles, optics, and gadgets. Today, we are going to examine the weapons of Hondo and see how they reflect the era they originated in.

Women’s History Month: Lyudmila Pavlichenko AKA “Lady Death”

Born near Kiev, Ukraine, in 1916, Lyudmila Pavlichenko was the deadliest of the 2,000 or so female snipers deployed by the Soviet Red Army, a former ally, in World War II. Despite an archaic "less-than-equal" view of women in war, Pavlichenko was truly an amazing inspiration for future female warriors and the world wouldn't be the same without her.

MEAN Arms DW Training Chip: What Is That?

We simulate malfunctions on the range all the time. But we don’t always get to run drills with a gun that will intentionally malfunction and force us to clear it and move on. MEAN Arms Training Chips are a simple and effective way to create malfunctions in your firearms when training.

Arsenal Circle 10 AK Mag — Quality You Can Trust

AK-47 rifles are nicknamed “mud guns” because they keep on keeping on. Rain or shine, sand, or mud, they don’t fail. But a reliable gun is useless if the magazine can’t feed it ammo. The Arsenal Circle 10 AK mag isn’t the cheapest, but it is the best. And it makes a perfect companion for such a legendary rifle like the AK-47.

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