At The Front

At The Front
At The Front is listed in the Mail Order & Catalog Shopping category in Columbia, Kentucky. Displayed below are the social networks for At The Front which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of At The Front on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

Contact information for At The Front is:
430 Rose Ln
Columbia, KY 42728
(270) 384-1965

"At The Front" - ZapScore Report

At The Front has an overall ZapScore of 84. This means that At The Front has a higher ZapScore than 84% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Columbia, Kentucky is 36 and in the Mail Order & Catalog Shopping category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore

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I messed around with some of our new US M6 Scabbards and was easily able to get them "aged". All I did was thin out some Fiebings light brown dye (with denatured alcohol), worked it in, then wetted the sheath and let it dry overnight with the knife inside, and finally oiled it with Care 4 oil. (Neetsfoot will work but the Care 4 dries a lot faster.) I haven't attempted anything with the metal parts yet.

I got a few "Barwood" pattern M6 scabbards made yesterday morning. They are scary good, but, alas, I can't find the funky sunken headed rivet caps used on the originals to hold the metal plates. On the upside, I did figure out how to lightly age (acid) the steel lace at the top of the sheath so it's dull gray. Later this Summer I plan to try the Viner Bros. pattern.

OK, let's see how long this batch lasts...and FYI the M6 scabbard was not for "Paratrooper Knives"- the M3 TRENCH knife was to be issued to anyone with a carbine, not just airborne operators.

We found one size 5.

We've partnered with a new start up to bring you reversible men's rompers in SS camo (plant tree, blurred edge and palm) with "Panzerkombi" style pockets as well as take off on the famous M42 Jump jacket complete with pockets and snap closures. Coming soon.
Is it a romper designed for men? Sure. But it's also pretty damn comfortable, and it may just be the start of a fashion revolution.

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