Remembering Our Four-Legged Veterans

National K9 Veterans Day honors the service and sacrifices of our American military and working dogs. On March 13, 1942, the US Army began training for its new War Dog Program, the “K-9 Corps.” This was the first time in history that dogs officially became part of the US Armed Forces. To commemorate this day, Tim Cooper from Family 1st Defense contributed the following article to the Black Rifle Coffee Company’s Coffee or Die Magazine.

Mission K9 Rescue is Finding Homes for Heroic Dogs

Imagine you were best friends with your co-worker or employee – that the day-to-day challenges at the office didn’t interfere with your relationship. Your loyalty to your employer and friend would never pose a conflict of interest. What if this friend could lead you up any mountain, sniff out bombs and bad guys, and even lay down his life for you?

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Comfort, Fashion, Concealment: How Alexo Athletica is Redefining Concealed Carry

Amy Robbins. AR. How fortunate those initials are for a woman trying to make her mark in the firearms community. Some of you may remember her from NRA-TV, where she appeared regularly on “NOIR,” a program hosted by Colion Noir. Others may be familiar with Robbins’ Not Your Average Gun Girl podcast.