So, it’s been a long time since we’ve updated our blog…we’re sorry. But that time is over! This blog will be updated on a bi-weekly basis from now on with all the content, were abouts, testing, video, pictures and anything else we can get our grubby little hands on! So stick around, things are just getting started!
Outbreak:Omega™ 4 Ahlman’s Guns Range in Morristown, MN July 9th, 2011.
Winter, 2010-11. The survivors of the St. Cloud area have endured three years of constant horror, bloodshed, and hardship. Over the past years, despite better organization and skills learned through experience, the future is bleak. New survivors are being found less frequently, although the undead seem to never stop coming. Ammunition, once scavenged from homes and stores…is now becoming harder to find. Food stores once thought to be enough for years are getting eerily low. Hopefully the crops this year will be more successful than lasts.
But then, a broken radio message is detected. There are others. Through basic radio communication we learn that a smaller, similar group of survivors has apparently been gathering slowly, and has built a stronghold near Morristown MN. They have fortified structures, surrounded by open farmland and a pond with clean water. They have weapons, vast amounts of ammunition and components to make more. But they are low on people. They are not able to move their supplies effectively.
A plan is made. After the snowmelt, after the crops are planted, the St. Cloud survivors will send a large detachment to Morristown. Some will stay and fortify their stronghold, and in exchange supplies will be sent back with the others to St. Cloud. From two strongholds, perhaps humanity has a chance to expand.
After the radios go silent however…both groups develop a second plan secretly. Everyone wants the first plan to work, but both know that it may, eventually, come down to simple math…and perhaps only one group can survive.
The Morristown survivors know that if it comes down to life or death, their lack of experience and numbers will be their disadvantage, and they will need to subversively take out enough of the St. Cloud survivors to make their trek north impractical, forcing the last few to stay and bolster the Morristown garrison.
The St. Cloud survivors know from experience that no amount of supplies can last forever, especially if these rookies cannot use them efficiently. They just might have to take more than their share…by force if necessary.
All shooters will be divided into team Morristown and team St. Cloud. These teams are for recoding purposes only. On certain stages, scoring will be kept and accumulated per team. At the end of the day, one team will have the bragging rights of being the victors.
Here at Mission First Tactical we pride ourselves on making American made Advanced Rifle Accessories for America’s supremely trained Operators. Therefore we couldn’t be more excited to get down to the 2011 BRC. We will be giving out t-shirts, stickers and postcards for our SHOW US YOUR PICS contest to win a Tactical Ipad 2! So come and check it us out, we’d love to meet you!
The Best Ranger Competition 2011, is the 28th anniversary of this grueling competition, starring the best soldiers of the world, our United States Army, RANGERS! The Best Ranger Competition was started in 1982 after Dick Leandri found a way to honor his personal friend, Lieutenant General David E. Grange, Jr.
Leandri wanted to recognize his friend, past director of the Ranger Department and former Commanding General of Fort Benning, Georgia, with a perpetual event. He and several other professional businessmen formed Chairborne Rangers, Inc., to help support the initiation of such an event.
The competition has evolved over the past twenty seven years from one that was originally created to salute the best two-man “buddy” team in the Ranger Department at Fort Benning. Every year the competition is reviewed and tweaked, to what is currently in place for 2011, to determine the best two-man team from the entire United States Armed Forces. The Best Ranger Competition is held on Fort Benning and is open to the public. For more information call 706-718-9520 or RTB at 706-544-6451.
The National Ranger Association, Inc. was formed in 1998 and is governed by a board of six. The Association was established to recognize distinguished members in the Ranger community and to promote the values established in the Ranger Creed. The National Ranger Association helps to raise funds to support The Best Ranger Competition, The Ranger Hall of Fame and the Distinguished Member of the Brigade. Contact Candyss Bryant for more information on how you can contribute to The National Ranger Association.
Here at Mission First Tactical we would like to take the time and personally thank you for your support of the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation. The Foundation depends on fundraising opportunities and donations. It is the generosity of others that allows us to offer “compassionate solutions” to our Wounded EOD Warriors and their families.
The Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that provides assistance to our Wounded EOD Warriors and their families in the form of financial relief. The resources provided by the Foundation to the wounded and their families are above and beyond the budgetary constraints of the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs. We believe that families are an integral part of the healing and rehabilitation process and strive to keep them together during the most difficult of times.
We are proud and thankful to be able to be just a small part of the overal mission and thank each and every one of you for coming and and showing support for this great organization and We look forward to making this trip every year for as long as they’ll have us!
Always Mission First
Mission First Tactical is is proud to help our friends raise money for the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation by sponsoring the 2nd Annual Lendy’s Wings for Warriors. All proceeds
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An Introduction to the MFT line via the Outdoor Channel’s “What The Stuff”.
From beginning to end, success of the Mission is what every brave individual operating in harm’s way, strives for. Success of the Mission is so fundamental
to our company values we named our company Mission First Tactical.
Mission First Tactical (MFT) develops select rifle/carbine accessories specifically for the Military and Law Enforcement markets. Design of these accessories centers on the need for enhanced accuracy and functionality of the weapons systems, improving Operator effectiveness. MFT brings to the Mission accessories that aid in rapid target acquisition and rapid, repeatable, accurate shot sequences.
The demands of modern warfare, on our troops, requires accessories designed to reduce operators strain and fatigue. MFT designs are created, tested and approved by top operators under the harshest of conditions. MFT’s commitment recognizes the evolution of warfare and law enforcement missions by providing equally evolutionary products to assist the Operators in successfully completing the mission.
Use of advanced materials, smart design and technology are the core of our products. Proudly MFT along with E.I. DuPont’s Military Plastics Division has developed new materials adding the advantage of weight reduction with increased strength and durability to our products.
Every accessory is the culmination of MFT’s team of engineers, designers and manufacturing expertise. MFT’s Ownership Team has over 75 years of industry experience in providing the guidance to take concepts from mere ideas to front-line employment. All development and manufacturing processes are accomplished entirely in the USA.