MGL Continues to Conquer
If you’re not following MGL (Mean Gene Leather) then you’re likely unaware of several Sweet New Things (gear, not strippers) he’s introduced lately.
Let’s correct that, shall we?
First up – it’s a new version of the Hot Tamale coin purse — which could, you know, double as a sap in a pinch. What is this Hot Tamale v2? Why, it’s an inconspicuous way to keep spare change handy on your belt. The belt loop folds over your belt for secure carry, but also provides for an excellent grip if needed. It weighs a little less than a pound when full, though the exact weight will vary with the coinage inside.
Next up, a sling made the old fashioned way, from sumthin’s skin. The one you see here is a 2-1 point convertible sling handcrafted with English bridle leather (an expensive leather that is labor intensive to make, with wax finished flesh and grain side). It uses Impact Weapon Components hardware.
That we’re aware of, this is not yet something that can be purchased in the MGL store — make enough of a fuss about it, however, and it likely will be.
Last, but certainly not least – a new model of Burrito! This one is for the Maxim-9 (or most 1950s pulp sci-fi ray guns).
There ya have it, the latest chapter in that saga we know as…
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