NEW: No Step on Snek Patch!

NEW: No Step on Snek Patch!

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Two New Patches! My Heart Beats For

Two New Patches! My Heart Beats For

Two New Patches! http://firespeedtactical.com/product/my-heart-beats-for-ar15/ And http://firespeedtactical.com/product/my-heart-beats-for-precision/    ...

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Don’t MicroAgress me, Bruh!

Don’t MicroAgress me, Bruh!

Now ready for purchase! Don’t Micro-Agress...

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NEW: Vote Camacho 2016!

NEW: Vote Camacho 2016!

“Now I understand everyone’s s***s emotional right now. But I’ve got a 3 point plan that’s going to fix EVERYTHING. ” Order patch below! VOTE Camacho...

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K9 Treats, Making Dobie Ear Taters

K9 Treats, Making Dobie Ear Taters

So, your mutt keeps eating thru bags of snacks like they were…. well. Snacks. Here’s a cost effective way to whip up some snacks for your pup while being healthy, fun and crunchy for them to toss, and tear up. My local Mariano’s has each pound of sweet potatoes at 65 cents. Supplies; Blade, EDC or a Chefs knife Crenellated Tactical Flashlight. spare extended mag. ….I forgot where I was going with this. oh. 4 Sweet Potatoes, try to get them uniform in shape so they are easier to cut into slices. Dehydrator with at least four trays. Figure each Sweet Potato needs 1x tray. Start by slicing off the ends. This will make it easier to slice. Rinse/wash them right after. You can dry them if they are slippery to handle.  Cut them on their longest side. About 1x 9mm wide is best. 1/4″ wide is also acceptable. Lay them all out. Set your dehydrator to the highest setting. Mine went up to 160f. I typically run them for about 18hours. If I made any really thin sliced pieces I will pull them out after about 8-10 hours. If your pup is picky or not used to veggies, you can drop some bacon in the bag thats been crumbled up to “infuse” the pieces. It’s been 18 hours, It’s Dobie Ear Tater...

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PATCH DROP: Hi, My name is

PATCH DROP: Hi, My name is

Click here to purchase! Hi, My Name is – FN-2187  ...

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NEW: Flag – Chicago, Pew Style – Blue Line

NEW: Flag – Chicago, Pew Style – Blue Line

I love the looks of this patch. This one quickly made it’s way to my sleeve. Available Below!   Flag – Chicago, Pew Style – Blue Line...

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NEW: I Live, I Die. I LIVE AGAIN!

NEW: I Live, I Die. I LIVE AGAIN!

Patch drop! I Live, I Die. I Live again  ...

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NEW Patch! Flag – Chicago, Pew Style

NEW Patch! Flag – Chicago, Pew Style

New Patch dropping!   Flag – Chicago, Pew...

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Black Friday Offer!!!

Black Friday Offer!!!

We’re not going to forget about this blessed day of face punching to get a 150$ 50″ TV that will work for a week and then break. So we are going to join in, (the offer, not the face punching). And offer up a discount for your whole patch order! Use the code; allfridaysmatter on the cart page before checking out. Offer is good till sunday at midnight...

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NEW: GSD Murica Patch!

NEW: GSD Murica Patch!

Newest addition to the catalog. For those who love German Shepards and ‘Merica! http://firespeedtactical.com/product/gsdmurica-patch/

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Generic Reticle #762 SUROH Now Available!

Generic Reticle #762 SUROH Now Available!

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Drop Announcement! “Stay Indoors”

Drop Announcement! “Stay Indoors”

It will get published (as long as technology doesn’t break) at 3pm CST http://firespeedtactical.com/product-category/patches/

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DobieMurica Restocked!

DobieMurica Restocked!

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Rainier Arms RM15 Lower Receiver, No BAD Lever for you!

Rainier Arms RM15 Lower Receiver, No BAD Lever for you!

      So the owner of the latest build we helped with wanted to add a BAD lever from Magpul to aid in manipulations but we found due to the design of the RM15, it is not compatible! The RM15 lower receiver has a spot on the left and right side of the receiver for your finger to rest on. This finger rest protrudes from the receiver and it obstructs the BAD lever from moving up which then prevents your bolt catch from moving up and locking back the BCG (Bolt Carrier Group) on the last shot. In this pic I am pushing against the BAD lever to try to move the bolt catch up but you can see where it is catching on the finger rest. There are two different groups of folks with opposing views on the use of BAD levers, but for myself I see it as an aid that has sped up my movements to correct issues I had with my firearm/magazine so this is definitely an issue I see with this lower...

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Rainier Arms RM15 Lower Receiver Setup

Rainier Arms RM15 Lower Receiver Setup

This is a short and sweet reference article for folks on the internets trying to find this info. The RM15 lower receiver is reminiscent to the Seekins Sp223 lower receiver with their captured detent spring. This gets us away from the traditional retention method of securing the spring with the buffer endplate. Just be sure you have a .050 allen wrench on hand because they are not commonly found in most generic tool kits. You will have to cut down the detent spring a few coils. Your results may vary due to spring manufacturers so test, cut, test etc until you find your solution. The setup in the following photos only needed 6 coils removed from the spring. Hope this info helps! If it does, leave us a comment below so we know to keep sharing info like...

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