Survival Hardware joins Tactical Buyers Club
Breach-Bang-Clear is proud to announce that Survival Hardware is now a part of the Tactical Buyers Club.
Survival Hardware was founded years ago by retired USMC Gunny David "Norseman" Williams, a veteran of Somalia and Iraq and a former USMC Scout Sniper instructor - you may remember him from the CNN special about Bridgeport's Mountain Warfare School. Once a side hobby, Survival Hardware has become a family business. Norseman's crew (see what we did there?) designs and builds a variety of things, from custom leather knife sheaths to several different styles of minimalist wallet. They also hand-forge metal goods, including knives and a variety of fire starters (like the Mjölnir fire striker).
Their custom leather work is quite simply extraordinary - and our backers save substantially when buying some of it.
The Tactical Buyers Club, or as we call it, "the Bazaar" (not bizarre), is a great, bustling, virtual souk of awesomeness. It's an online market where the finest tactical gear in the world can be acquired by our readers and Patreon backers. There one can find unique pricing and purchase opportunities with such outstanding companies and organizations as SB Tactical and Pitbull Tactical. There are also frequent giveaways at the Loot Vault. House has its own desultory blog as well - read about varied things from flannel shirts to the 5e Beholder.
Now, go forth and be a good American.
Think, train and be dangerous.
Breach-Bang-Clear is a candid, irreverent, frequently profane online publication that began as a way for a handful of NCOs from 3 services to blog about the war(s) without drawing the ire of the headshed. Since then it has grown to be one of the most recognizable sources of information, snark, and punditry on the Web (and we added some Navy guys). You'll find a wide variety of articles at our site, from guideline pieces like our explanation of the VA's eBenefits program to the latest news from Palmetto State Armory. Breach-Bang-Clear is about American Exceptionalism, civil discourse, capitalism, and encouraging people to be better Americans and better humans.