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Below is our current military surplus inventory of firearms, ammunition, equipment, aircraft spare parts and other items that we may provide from our stock and stocks around the world. We try to keep the variety of surplus items as current as possible for your convenience and try to specify what is available and what isn't. We specialize in military and police surplus handguns, sub-machine guns and assault rifles from modern to curio and relic items. Whether you are a new firearms dealer or an old time distributor, we are sure that you can find with us the products that your clients will be happy with. From military surplus pistols and revolvers to gas masks, ammunition and combat vests, we try to do our best to provide you with the best variety, pricing and easiest export process possible.
A jet blast deflector JBD or blast fence is a safety device that redirects the high energy exhaust from a jet engine to prevent damage and injury. The structure must be strong enough to withstand heat and high speed air streams as well as dust and debris carried by the turbulent air. Jet blast deflectors range in complexity from stationary concrete, metal or fiberglass fences to heavy panels that are raised and lowered by hydraulic arms and actively cooled. Blast deflectors can be used as protection from helicopter and fixed-wing aircraft propwash. At airports and jet engine service centers, jet blast deflectors can be combined with sound-deadening walls to form a ground run-up enclosure within which a jet aircraft engine can safely and more quietly be tested at full thrust.
Baby Boomers are a hardy bunch. Whether you owned a Johnny Seven One Man Army or just want to know more about the ultra-violent, bestselling toy of , let's take a look back at some of the dangerous toys of yesteryear and the commercials that sold them. You think your average seven-year-old boy is going to pay attention to the package disclaimer that warned against aiming the Sixfinger at human targets? All this mayhem was available for the bargain price of two dollars. The Transogram Company had been producing mainstream toys such as Tiddlywinks and doctor's kits since