6 Not-So-Drab EDC Items that Won’t Break the Bank

Olive Drab, much like woodland camo, has that old-school cool feeling with it. However, some olive drab things differ from the Woodland camo in that they don’t draw a ton of attention and have become a bit more mainstream. Here are some not-so-drab EDC items that won’t break the bank.

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Cadex Defence Unitized Scope Rings | The Apologizer Build

We couldn’t build a Canadian rifle without getting a part from our friends at Cadex Defence (spelled the Canadian way). In this case, we picked up the Cadex Defence Unitized Scope Rings to meet a few requirements we had for the mount. It needed to have a bubble level, and preferably a Picatinny rail on the forward ring for a red dor later on.

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Eyes On — MDT ACC Accessories | The Apologizer Build

As we trudge on through the middle of the pandemic, assembling a rifle that will be baptized in maple syrup and swaddled in flannel, we need to outfit the chassis we talked about in our past article with a few succesories… I mean, accessories. The great thing about the MDT ACC is how easily you can add certain bits and bobs to work with your shooting style. Here are a few MDT ACC Accessories that we’re looking at.

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BCL 102 MK7 | Canadian Guns

Black Creek Labs, or as most call them up north BCL, have come up with their newest version of the BCL 102 — the BCL 102 MK7, and it has a host of awesome changes. For those who don’t know, AR-15’s and AR-10’s are range-use only rifles in the restricted category in Canada. These require a higher license than the basic one that allows you to get hunting and sporting guns and comes with other storage requirements. Thankfully, companies like Black Creek Labs did the leg work in order to bend the silly rules, making an AR-10 with minor changes so it’s approved to be non-restricted and able to go where our other firearms could. For all intents and purposes, this is a DPMS spec AR-10 with some slight changes to the upper and lower.

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