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Prevail Over Your Nightmares with the ITS Slasher Morale Patch Series

Featuring all your favorite horror characters, the ITS Slasher Morale Patch Series is guaranteed to be your scariest morale patch purchase of the year. Six patches are included in each set and as a bonus, you have a 1-in-4 chance of scoring our special NES Jason Variant Morale Patch, included for free in your ITS Slasher Morale Patch Series set.

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Toilet Humor - Ridiculous Dialogue Episode 88

On this special pre-Muster episode of Ridiculous Dialogue, Bryan and Rob are joined by Matt and a special guest, Ely! Straight from Mississippi, Ely sent us all into fits of laughter with his hilarious Number Two story.

This of course prompted us to all reveal our favorite Number Two stories, including Bryan’s two first-hand accounts of the misfortune of others. Continuing the toilet humor, we also discussed public restrooms and the horrible conditions we’ve found them in.

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How to Glamp at Muster - Gear Tasting 110

Fresh off our ITS Muster Alumni Conclave, today on Gear Tasting Bryan unpacks some of his gear to discuss what worked and what didn’t. This was definitely a Glamping trip, including everything from full-size cots to a Whiskey Lounge.

Also this week, Bryan showcases the DIY Knot Tying Board and answers a Question Over Coffee on range time organization that was sent in via postcard. (A Gear Tasting first.)

Bad Manners: The Development of the Soviet PPSh "Burp Gun"

Before the AK-47 became the symbol of Soviet armed forces, there was the “burp gun;” officially named the PPSh-41. Pronounced “peh-peh-shaw” because of the sound of the Cyrillic letters in the weapon’s Russian name Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina (“Shpagin’s machine pistol.”) The PPSh is a 7.62x25mm open-bolt submachine gun that was once produced in auto shops by unskilled laborers.

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