To answer your first question, yes, that’s an Enfield Fitz revolver modified by Made in Trexico, and it’s up as a prize in the auction I’m going to tell you about.
The Danger Zone Auction is something of an institution in certain circles and has been for a long time. Unfortunately, the cancellation of SHOT Show this year put the kibosh on that. This was not only a bummer for those who look forward to it all year, but it was also a hit for the Brian Terry Foundation — all proceeds from the various Danger Zone auctions (and they are impressive) go to fund that excellent organization.
Happily, they, and by they I mean mostly Erik “Trek” Utrecht of MDFI Training, decided to do a virtual auction this year. That means anyone can bid, which is a very Good Thing.
Below you’ll find a partial list of the people and companies (including GunMag Warehouse, Geissele, Law Tactical, and many others) that are contributing to the auction this year.
First, however, let’s make sure you know what all this effort is for. If you’re not familiar with the name Brian Terry, take a few minutes over the next few days to get that way. I’ll provide some links below.
To be honest, I’m not entirely sure what we’re donating from here at HQ, but I sure as hell hope it includes some US PALM Banana Mags. If not that, well, who knows. All sorts of stuff goes on behind the doors of this place.
Now, in alphabetical order so long as I spell write, participants in the 2021 Danger Zone Auction, to honor Brian Terry and his legacy.
(See what I did there?)
These pictures do not always represent the exact prize from a respective donor. Many are representative.
@Anachrobellum on Instagram, www.anachrobellum.com for their store.
@atei guns on Instagram, www.ateiguns.com on the web.
You can find Austere TacMed on Instagram, @austere_tacmed.
B5 Systems (@b5systems) is online at www.b5systems.com.
Bark River Knives
Big Tex Outdoors
Cry Havoc Tactical
Dark Angel Medical
Great Lakes Custom
Made in Trexico
Matt Helm Knives
Memories Burned Deeply/Brian Sabol
On Target Guns
Patriot Apparel Defense
David Reeder’s Wu Tang name is Lucky Prophet. He is a retired AF veteran, former Peace Officer, and current Tier 2.5 writer-operator. Over the course of his career, he has worked a variety of military and lE billets, served as an Observer-Controller at the National Homeland Security Training Center, a MOUT instructor, and an MTT tracking instructor – all of which sounds much cooler than it really was. Although he only updates his website once in a very great while, he can absolutely be relied upon to post to social media (@reederwrites) at least once a month. -Ish.
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