The Color Guard and Multiple National & State Colors

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Multiple National Colors So, what is a team to do when you have more than one national color? Here is some information to consider: When overseas Air Force Base Honor Guard teams carry both colors when called to present them on base and in the local community. The photo here is of the Spangdahlem Air Base team when we (I’m …

The Ultra-Reinforced DrillMaster Bayonet

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It took three months to create the final version of the Ultra-Reinforced DrillMaster bayonet. The DrillMaster worked with the Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team and Supply Airmen to create this extremely reinforced bayonet. The picture below is the final version. extra spot welds and a small plate of steel to reinforce the handle. This DrillMaster Bayonet* is the Air Force …

Creating your own Exhibition Drill Uniform

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Military-type exhibition Drillers around the world are looking more and more into developing their own uniform. Creating your own uniform sounds great- after all that is what I did! Copying a military service, law enforcement or firefighter uniform is perfectly acceptable. Many law enforcement and firefighter dress uniforms are based off of military dress uniforms. However, wearing a service’s uniform …

New Guard America’s High-Impact Drill Rifle Stocks!

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New Guard America’s High-Impact Drill Rifle Stocks! New Guard America has created of some of the strongest, if not THE strongest stocks available for the exhibition Driller. [embedplusvideo height=”470″ width=”591″ editlink=”” standard=”″ vars=”ytid=8FB2mnti9ro&width=591&height=470&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep5161″ /]

You Don’t Really Need to Practice?

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You don’t really need to practice! You will be able to throw a rifle around in just a matter of weeks, especially if you sleep with your drill rifle under your pillow. OK, enough sarcasm, you need to practice. Every day. For a couple of hours at least and then wake up and do it again. World-class Driller Sam Gozo …

How to Sand Your Stock

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How to Sand Your Stock [embedplusvideo height=”360″ width=”591″ standard=”″ vars=”ytid=7DpZOGp-clM&width=591&height=360&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep1157″ /]

This Sling is too Long!

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Many ready-to-use slings that you will purchase are quite long and cannot be completely secured without using tape and the tape then makes that part of the sling sticky and other issues can arise from using tape on the sling. Here is an easy way to shorten a sling ensuring safe spinning without the sling flapping around. Before I get …

The Stacking Swivel and Stack Arms

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Many Drillers who are not aware of what the stacking swivel is and what it is used for assume it is another swivel for attaching a sling, especially since most slings purchased today are very unnecessarily long (if you cut about 6 inches off of the sewn end, it will fit just fine). Here is a typical example: Even some …

Who makes the rifles that drill teams use?

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“We are the makers of rifles, and we are the dreamers of dreams” The M1917 “American Enfield” (9lbs. used from 1917 to mid 1960s, eventually replaced by the M1903) Winchester, Remington and Eddystone (Baldwin Locomotive Works in Eddystone, Pennsylvania). The British made the Lee Enfield Rifles which date from the late 1800s to the present day. Numerous version were created, …

Assembling and Disassembling the Daisy Drill Rifle M1903 Replica

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This is simply an excellent job. THe only thing I could suggest would be close up views at certain points in the video. Having said that, this is a must see video for all Daisy Drill Rifle owners! Assembling [embedplusvideo height=”360″ width=”591″ standard=”″ vars=”ytid=BtTz_e80e4s&width=591&height=360&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep3330″ /] Disassembling [embedplusvideo height=”360″ width=”591″ standard=”″ vars=”ytid=brXfeiHwEXw&width=591&height=360&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep4674″ /]