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THIS IS NOT A STOCK, it’s a brace guys:

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°).  They have ATF approval.  You can read more about it on the TailHook website.  This is not available for purchase yet, but according to the text on that website the MOD1 will be just over $100, and the MOD2 is estimated to be under $200.  Oh and check this out.. looking one hunnid with the $35 ENDO Tactical AR-15 stock adapter for the Glock:

Wooooooooo flames.  Thoughts?

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The following shirts are back in stock in all sizes:

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Thanks as always for the support.  If your size isn’t in stock, just get on the notification list and you’ll be contacted when it’s back.

Make sure to check out the other Gun T-Shirts over at ENDO Apparel.

Most of the sizes of these were out, but they are all stocked up now:

Head over to ENDO Apparel and spend some of your paycheck on looking good.

Have a great weekend!

-ENDO-Mike

Those of you that signed up for notification already know this… but the four shirts pictured are now back in stock in all sizes.

Head over to ENDO Apparel to check out the lineup and considering adding a few to the cart.  You won’t be disappointed.

More shirt designs coming soon. Thanks a lot for all the support!

By mid next week I’ll have the 5.56x45mm, California RKBA, Keep Calm And Carry One, and M16 Selector Switch t-shirts re-stocked.

Everyone on the notify lists will be contacted at that point.  I’m going to try and be better with keeping existing shirt designs in stock from now on.

Check out ENDO Apparel for shirts I have in stock, and/or add yourself to the notification list if you want me to email you when i’m restocked on a particular size of a t-shirt.

Thanks to everyone for your patience.

-ENDO-Mike

The gun store guys went all “Tactical Affliction” on their bumpfire stock:

If you don’t know what Affliction clothing looks like, google it.  That bottom foregrip does really seem to help with the control of it.  The muzzle rise he was getting on the first few shots probably sent them over the berm though which is never good.  Unless you’re a seasoned bumpfire pro, those kind of safety ricks are always there with or without a stock like they built.

Thoughts?

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