In a marketing first, Chrysler has announced the release of a vehicle with a video game promotional tie-in: the Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty: Black Ops edition. Available in two variants, the two door version is based on the Wrangler Rubicon model while the four door is based on the Wrangler Unlimited model. Both models feature a black exterior with Black Ops graphics on the roof and front quarter panels, 32 inch off-road tires in a high-gloss mineral gray, and tail lamp guards and a fuel-filler door from Mopar. The MSRP on the two door is $30,625 and the four door is $33,500. Since there’s finally a Jeep with tie-ins to a video game, perhaps someone will consider releasing a UNSC Warthog in the near future. The fans can only hope
Also from Soldier Systems.net
November 1st, 2010
‘Tis the season to hunt zombies. Billed as “The only target that will eat your brains”, many will find these entertaining and a nice diversion from standard targets. In addition to the numerous different versions of zombie figures offered by the manufacturer, Law Enforcement Targets has six different color versions including the dreaded Frans – Nazi Zombie. Each target is 25″ x 35″ and printed on 60 lbs paper. Competition-style target zones are included on the torso and brain but cannot be seen from a distance.
They are available, aptly enough, from www.zombietargets.net. Look for the new Clown Zombie.
From Dr Airsoft
Dr Airsoft reviews the Zan Headgear Lower Facemask. Looks like a fail to me.