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New Products We are so honored that the U.S. Marine Corps selected High Speed Gear® for their new magazine pouch. As such HSGI® will provide Infantry Combat Equipment (PM ICE), Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM) with 150,000 double rifle magazine … Continue reading
SWANSBORO, NC (July 2019) – High Speed Gear® has been awarded the contract to provide Infantry Combat Equipment (PM ICE), Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM) with 150,000 double rifle magazine pouches. The HSGI® X2R TACO® MOLLE Pouch was … Continue reading
NEWINGTON, N.H., (June 17, 2019) –SIG SAUER, Inc. is honored to announce that the United States Marine Corps (USMC) is set to adopt the M18, the compact variant of the U.S. Army’s Modular Handgun System (MHS), as their official duty … Continue reading
Known as the father of the modern U.S. Marine Corps sniping program, retired USMC Major and past NRA Secretary Edward J. “Jim” Land Jr. has spent his life service to the Constitution, freedom and the American way of life… … Continue reading
The Marine Corps University Foundation is pleased and honored to announce the 2018 Semper Fidelis Award recipient is MajGen Charles F. Bolden Jr. USMC (Ret). Major General Charles Frank Bolden Jr., USMC (Ret) February 13, 2018 – Quantico, Va. – … Continue reading
Ashbury Precision Ordnance Rolls Out Marine Scout Sniper Experience with Hope For The Warriors Fundraiser Raffle Winners
Experiential RifleSports Adventure Mini-Camp with Veteran USMC Scout Sniper Instructors to Benefit Leading Veterans’ Service Organization Ruckersville, VA. Over a crisp, fall November weekend, four lucky firearms enthusiasts made their way from around the country traveling into the forests of … Continue reading
Base officials announced yesterday that 300 Marines-in-training at Marine Corps Depot San Diego along with some personnel at Camp Pendleton have been exposed to the E.coli pathogen. Escherichia coli is a proteobacteria normally transmitted via the oral-fecal route. E. … Continue reading
Christopher Nolan, a Marine Corps Infantry Veteran, hired as the new store manager for the Creedmoor Sports Pro Shop at the Civilian Marksmanship Park in Talladega, Alabama. Anniston, Ala. (October 2017) – Creedmoor Sports, the precision shooting products manufacturer and … Continue reading
The MAGTF Common Handheld program will allow Marines to securely use modern handheld communications devices like tablets and smartphones in tactical environments to make more informed decisions on the go. Marine Corps Systems Command partnered with the National Security Agency’s … Continue reading
We hope everyone has had a great week and are now looking forward to a great weekend. In this week’s shoot-the-shit will show you three spoons that you’ll likely encounter in formal dining. Think of this as therapy and if … Continue reading
These guys are having some fun on ice. It turns out that they were working with the Norwegian Telemark Battalion, learning to drift their Abrams on ice in Rena, Norway last week.The Marines are there as part of Cold Response … Continue reading
Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Calif., is the ranking member of the Subcommittee on Tactical Air and Land Forces and she wants to know why the Marine Corps uses the M855 5.56mm round and the Army uses the M855A1. Representative Sanchez comments: … Continue reading
The USMC may be looking to enhance the Corps M16A4 and M4 rifles in the near future. Some of the areas being considered by the USMC are listed below. Improvements to marksmanship training are also being evaluated. Read the … Continue reading
Every 10th of November we celebrate and honor the birthday of the United States Marine Corps. It was on this day in 1775, the Second Continental Congress established the Continental Marines… “That two battalions of Marines be raised consisting of … Continue reading
Remington Defense announced today that the United States Marine Corps Systems Command has awarded the company a contract to provide up to 2,000 modular stocks, spares, and magazines in support of the Marine’s M40 Sniper Rifle Modular Stock program. This … Continue reading
The Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, has approved a new ribbon for Marines who complete a 3-year assignment as instructors at the School of Infantry West or East. The USMC will introduce it in its next MARADMIN. Several Marines … Continue reading
I want to share a piece published this morning in Military.com’s Kit Up “Grunts Don’t Want to Exchange Pay Raises for New Kit” by Matthew Cox, May 5, 2014 · It is unredacted. It points to a greater issue, which … Continue reading
The USMC Pack System has been in service since 2012. After completing several modifications, the solicitation for the USMC Pack System went out in 2011. It replaces the Improved Load Bearing Equipment or ILBE. The USMC Pack System is manufactured … Continue reading
I had the opportunity to check out the, new, USMC’s service pistol, the COLT USMC 1911, at SHOT Show 2013. What a dream gun folks! Colt has done a great job with this pistol: seven round magazine, cerakote finish, 5”match … Continue reading
Colt’s USMC rendition of the venerable 1911 shoots every bit as good as it looks.
There’s no introduction needed.