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Renegade Ridge Tactical and Force Options Forge a New Partnership

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Renegade Ridge Tactical, a division of Crooked Horn Outfitters, and Fred Mastison of Force Options USA, School of Dynamic Combat, have forged a new partnership and are working together to expand and develop discreet tactical solutions that will help you defend your ground.

“With Fred Mastison’s deep and storied resume within the Tactical world it was a perfect fit for Renegade Ridge Tactical to partner with Fred and have his stamp of approval on our new Liberator- Discrete AR-15 Gun Case. Getting a 9.8 out of 10 from Fred Mastison truly mean that we have made a fantastic product that is a must have for every AR-15 owner.” Said Tony Catalde of Renegade Ridge Tactical.

Frank Masitson says the following about The Liberator AR-15 Gun Case, “The first thing that stood out when I picked the bag up was its’ quality. In a time when I see more and more “airsoft and paintball” grade gear hitting the market, it was refreshing to see that Renegade had clearly taken the high road. In fact, it is one of the best made rifle bags I have ever worked with.”

“The application of this bag is extensive. As an instructor in the law enforcement community, I see an indispensable new piece of kit. Officers struggle with solid places to store their rifle that provides protection to the rifle and optics while still providing quick access….Ultimately though I believe the bag has a place on every serious shooter’s gear list. I know that more and more people are traveling with rifles. It makes sense to secure that rifle while still having easy access to it.” Said Fred Mastison of Force Options.

For more information on either Renegade Ridge Tactical or to read the full review visit Renegade Ridge Tactical’s website at http://www.renegaderidgetactical.com or call 661.822.3635.

For more information on Force Options USA visit the link below http://www.forceoptionsusa.com.

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