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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ikari2_2000, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. ikari2_2000

    ikari2_2000 Seattle, WA Member

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    I was thumbing through the (current?) Soldier of Fortune magazine yesterday. There was an article about Bravo Company Mfg's AR-15. In one of the picture, a guy was wearing a ball cap and an armor vest with a velcro patch that had a silhouette of a war eagle of some sort. It kind of resembles the Nazi/Wehrmacht war eagle. Any body know the brand name of that logo?
     
  2. RVTECH

    RVTECH LaPine Well-Known Member

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    SOF magazine is still around?
     
  3. magnum

    magnum Springfield American....'nuff said

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  4. ikari2_2000

    ikari2_2000 Seattle, WA Member

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    No, the logo was more like this picture, but without the swastika.

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  5. magnum

    magnum Springfield American....'nuff said

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    Sorry, don't know that one.
     
  6. ikari2_2000

    ikari2_2000 Seattle, WA Member

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    So I went back to Top Food and snapped some pictures of that logo. This is from SOF April 2011 issue.

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  7. Unka-Boo

    Unka-Boo Milwaukie Active Member

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    the-crow.jpg

    Sweet.....
     
  8. Bazooka Joe

    Bazooka Joe Lower Yakima Valley Well-Known Member

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  9. jordanvraptor

    jordanvraptor Oregon City, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Military units and countries have been using Eagles and other birds of prey as symbols long before Hitler so don't throw the baby out with the bathwater as they say... :)