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  1. Keith

    How Do You Carry Your Blades?

    How do you carry your blades? It is important that all your equipment rides comfortably, including your arms. Your blades need to be secure on your person, & they need to be readily accessible using only one hand. Also you need to be able to sit down comfortably without putting any stress on...
  2. Bryan

    Vintage Arms Association [VAA]

    The Association was established for the purpose of encouraging the collection, study and use of all vintage firearms, including muzzle and breech loaders, rifles, pistols, shotguns and airguns. Vintage is defined by the Association as being any small arm that was in production (or a design...
  3. Bryan

    Baikal Guns

    "IZHEVSKY MEKHANICHESKY ZAVOD" JSC is one of the largest enterprises of Russia`s Agency on Conventional Armament. The company has no match neither in production volumes nor in the variety of sporting-hunting, air and service weapons, which has become world-famous mainly because of moderate...
  4. Bryan

    Air Arms

    Apart from our range of pellets and the S200, Air Arms products are designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom using the best available materials and most advanced CNC equipment.The parent company, NSP Engineering Ltd, is a precision engineering company established over 30 years ago. NSP...