Saturday, February 28, 2009


Due to the overwhelming response to our Branded FOR LIFE promotion, we are pulling the promotion early. We know this will upset a few of you, but for those of you that are receiving a free can for that fresh new tat you got, you’ll be happy you got yours early!

The good news is, you still have a few hours to get us your photos…we will honor any submissions that are received today March 1st, 2009 before midnight.


posted by Cara at 8:18 pm  

Friday, February 27, 2009

Magpul Madness

These three cheese eating grins live in Colorado, near the mountains and I am jealous. I want to go snowboarding so bad I can taste it. Do I get invited out to Magpul with Kevin to join them in their super take over the world ninja meetings? No. I am stuck here in middle Georgia hell with shitty weather that can’t decide if it wants to sprout spring flowers or poop winter snow. Grrr. I hope they get frostbitten.
Eric Burt:Magpul cheese and macaroni

Nick Booras: Magpul grilled cheese

Drake Clark: Magpul head cheese

posted by Cara at 3:05 pm  

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Guessing Game: ANSWERED

I was just rumaging around in someone’s office here at AAC and just happened to stumble onto this little prize. Anybody wanna guess what movie this gun was in and when?

posted by Cara at 5:14 pm  

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Video of the Day

These kids need to play the lottery. I can’t believe how incredible some of these shots are. I want to believe the video is unedited (makes for a better story) but in today’s world…I’d bet it is photoshop fu’d. But, maybe just maybe, they’ve got a pocket full of kryptonite.

posted by Cara at 3:15 pm  

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

WTF Chronicles cont’d…

Nose warmers, gotta love em.

posted by Cara at 3:06 pm  

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Wednesday WTF Chronicles

Allllllllriggghhhhtttt. I’ve had my coffee this COLD February morning and I am ready to do some WTF Chronicles. I’d love to post more of your tattoos (Tattoo Tuesday was out of control yesterday!) but I will hold off on the tats until next week. I’ve already got a folder full of pics to post next week of your freshly branded bodies.

Anyway, WTF this week showcases Kelvis Brittingham, Affrotasticara and friends…. I thought you guys could use a few laughs after all this serious tattoo business.

In the picture: Andrew Clyde (Clyde Armory), Bruce Weiner (close friend of ours) and Kevin Brittingham (AAC head cheese). What makes this picture extraordinarily humorous and WTF’sville is that Andrew Clyde actually pulled that shirt out of his closet to wear to Bruce’s 70′s themed birthday party this weekend. Wooooot Woooot. Go playahhh!!

WTF is goin on here…road trip gone road crazy? Kevin’s ass is hungry.

WTF is going on here?

Hmmm, Looks like David from AAC is getting a little action…or maybe just wishing he was getting a little action. A bunch of nekkidness all up on him, wish these chicks had AAC airbrushed logos on their boooodies…

Whooopin it up, girlees everywhere.

Then…reality sets in. Going home alooooone.

And last but not least, a WTF is going on with this house…

The brief was simple: to build a house to retire to in order to grow food, entertain and enjoy the East Anglia landscape. The outcome was as unconventional as they come. A structure that has the ability to vary or connect the overall building’s composition and character according to season, weather or simply a desire to delight. Wallpaper* took a trip to the site to capture the physical phenomenon in the only medium that serves it justice – film.

Director: Dan Lowe Producer Mags Milan
Camera: Dan Lowe, Oly Durey, Jamie Durand Editor: Matt Dollings Music courtesy of: Talvihorros Productions company: Partizan/Darkroom Special thanks to: Jordan McGarry, Lauren Hedges, Ross & Sally Russell, Alex De Rijke

posted by Cara at 1:03 pm  

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Tattoo Tuesday take 20??

Holy SHNIKES. We have had an INSANE amount of people sending us photos of their freshly branded body parts. You guys are out of control. We love it.
Alright, in no particular order…here we go.

posted by Cara at 12:28 pm  

Monday, February 23, 2009

Mustachey Monday

You may think it looks cool, but, it doesn’t. Trust me. Mustaches are never ever cool.
A small clip for Mustachey Monday. Kevin’s new cop stache. I don’t love it.

Mustachey Monday from Advanced Armament Corp. on Vimeo.

Now, this is ReDICKuLESS. Here’s a photo of Mike Mers, *the guy in our “The Skinny with Mers” videos* with a week and a half’s worth of mustache. It’s like a backwards Hitler stache. I bet a full grown mustache for him would consist of 37 hairs.

Mustachey Monday from Advanced Armament Corp. on Vimeo.

Wade, our always a good sport QC guy, let’s me mock him yet again about his desperately out of control wirestache.

posted by Cara at 3:50 pm  

Friday, February 20, 2009

The Skinny with Mers :Ashbury International .338 Lapua Magnum

The Skinny with Mers, episode 3 from Advanced Armament Corp. on Vimeo.

Mike Mers of Advanced Armament Corp. talks about the Ashbury International Group (AIG) Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM .338 Lapua Magnum Modular Precision Sniper Rifle (MPSR) anti-materiel/sniper rifle.

By David Crane
defrev at gmail dot com
January 26, 2009

To our knowledge, DefenseReview was the first publication to report on the Ashbury International Group (AIG) Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM .338 Lapua Magnum Modular Precision Sniper Rifle (MPSR) anti-materiel/sniper rifle, particularly in any detail. Well, the AIG appears to have taken advantage of the last year to develop a more streamlined/closed-architecture chassis/stock design for the ASW338LM MPSR that looks a lot less likely to snag on stuff during tactical operations and Special Operations (SPECOPS).

Defense Review is a big fan of .338 Lapua Magnum anti-materiel/sniper rifles, since the .338 LM cartridge is so versatile. And, if the Gen II ASW338LM MPSR proves reliable, accurate, and durable/rugged under adverse conditions (i.e. military infantry combat conditions) when used by Special Operations personnel, AIG should have a winner on its hands.

While we didn’t get to spend very much time at the AIG booth at SHOT Show 2009, we do have some decent photos of the Gen 2 AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM Modular Precision Sniper Rifle (MPSR) and AIG SABER-FORRST modular chassis/stock system for your perusal. Just click on them to view them full-size. As you can see in the accompanying photos, the ASW338LM MPSR’s modular chassis utilizes a healthy combination of aluminum and carbon fiber to minimize weight and maximize strength as much as possible to enhance mobility and tactical/operational utility. The rifle also incorporates a left-side-folding buttstock in order to further enhance mobility and maximize storage capability.

Check out this article for more information:
AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM .338 Lapua Magnum Modular Precision Sniper Rifle

posted by Cara at 11:28 pm  

Friday, February 20, 2009

Redneck Engineering=Fail

I TOTALLY should have saved this for Wednesdays WTF Chronicles, but I had to post it today…I just couldn’t wait.

Don’t quit your day job from Advanced Armament Corp. on Vimeo.

I received this video in my inbox this afternoon from a friend of a friend. The guy is showing off a homeade can, while stationed in the armpit of Iraq. His buddy (trying to own his ass) sent AAC this video to post on our blog. I’ll post the video because it’s funny, but I won’t shame him too bad and release his name.

When it comes to making silencers…leave it to the professionals. Thanks for the laugh guys. Keep em coming.

posted by Cara at 12:24 pm  
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