The Tactical Buyers Club – it’s a thing. If you throw in a few bucks in for membership, you’ll get unique buying opportunities and special pricing from participating companies, and the occasional bit of free loot from us.
We refer to the Tactical Buyers Club as “House Morningwood.”
Wait, what? Why?
You have questions. Read on.
What is the Tactical Buyers Club?
It is a rewards program you get access to when you back Breach-Bang-Clear (#backthebang on social media) and the various individual contributors who help us do what we do.
People who support us via Patreon (a recurring platform for crowdfunding) have access to special pricing, early deals, and giveaways.
Collectively, all companies in the club are referred to as the “Morningwood Bazaar.” A bazaar is like a medieval marketplace, souk, or bourse. Only our bazaar is a virtual one selling badass tactical gear and firearm accessories instead of primitive shit.
There are also fewer lice and better toilet paper.
How do I join the Tactical Buyers Club?
Simple. If you like what you see on Breach-Bang-Clear and our social frequencies, give us $1 a month, or $5 a month, or however much you’d like to pledge.
The more money you pledge on Patreon, the higher your discount codes.
What kind of companies are involved?
The best kind, and lots of them. Tactical Tailor, All Skill No Luck, Shield Arms, Ballistic Advantage, ASP USA, and many more.
WHY SHOULD YOU DECLARE FOR MORNING WOOD? LEARN MORE.
The best kind, and lots of them. Tactical Tailor, All Skill No Luck, Shield Arms, Ballistic Advantage, ASP USA, and many more. They’re all in the “Morningwood Bazaar.” Go check it out for the full list.
Why House Morningwood?
Because we didn’t want it to be boring. And we’re fucking nerds, okay?
Don’t judge us.
We set up our Patreon account like it’s a “Great House.” Think something like 14th century Europe or, if you’re nerds like us, the houses from George RR Martin’s Game of Thrones series (book or tv, doesn’t matter). We have ranks from Smallfolk (peasant) all the way up to noble Lords.
It may not be possible for you to be one a Knight of the Kingsguard or a Crow in the Night’s Watch, but you can be a Lord of Morning Wood.
If you don’t follow the series, don’t worry about it. You can still save a fuckton of money on some of the best companies out there.