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Two Tone

We were talking about the different styles of AR the other day and what we thought of each one. When we were talking, we stayed to the look of the platform instead of the function, because while almost every AR can be changed to look unique to what their owner wants, the function of said AR's is fundamentally the same. 

The main three that were brought up is the classic, the two-tone, and the color coordinated. The classic look was brought up to be the sleek black look where all of the parts on the upper are the same shade of black giving it that spy look that they wanted. The two-tone is pretty simple, because it means that your upper has both black and silver on it. Most commonly here at Delta, our two-tone builds are black receivers with a stainless barrel along with a black muzzle and handguard. Color coordinated is where you have whichever main color you want (most common is black) and it is accented with a bright color such as blue or red or gold.

Whichever style you want, we have options for them here at Delta Team Tactical. Check out the deals that we have for you both below and on our website. 

Quote of the day: “It is better to be defeated standing for a high principle than to run by committing subterfuge.” -President Grover Cleveland
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Lottery

We were talking about the lottery the other day and what each of us in the office would do if we were to win. Even though there is no lottery in Utah, it doesn't hurt to think about it. Almost everyone said that they would pay off their debts and after that there were many different routes such as going on a vacation, buying things for their family, and even buying a new house. 

One guy said that he would buy a lot of land. So much land that someone could even run out of gas just getting to his remote cabin in the middle of nowhere. Of course, another thing that people said they would do is buy a couple of 'toys' like a dirtbike or Corvette or something that they have wanted for a long time. One of the most popular item mentioned was getting their dream gun that they have wanted for a long time. While we don't have the lottery numbers, we do have a huge amount of deals on quality AR's for you guys to check out below and on our website. Make sure to grab the one you want before they are gone!

Quote of the day: "I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past." -Thomas Jefferson
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Humanity's Strength

Something that makes humanity great is that we continue to build off of each other. To share what discoveries have been made in one generation and watch others take up the baton and continue to run until they pass it off to the next generation.

The same thing goes with America. Today marks the 230th year since President George Washington shared his views about our great country and what goals he had for America going into her first years of being born in his first State of the Union address.  So don't be afraid to take something you have seen and make it better. To build on the foundation that has already been laid. Take an AR build plan from your friend and make it better and your own by grabbing some accessories from Delta Team that will make a new foundation for your children to do the same. Such is the way of discovery.  

Our Aero Precision products sale are still on sale! 

Quote of the day: “Associate yourself with men of good quality, if you esteem your own reputation; for ‘tis better to be alone than in bad company.” -George Washington
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Life Is Frustrating

Life can be frustrating. Things don't go the way you planned, or they do and it was not the outcome that you expected. If you throw children into the mix, I have been told that it makes life that much more aggravating. 

Instead of losing your temper or breaking your little stress relief doll, we here at DTT have come up with some ways to help life go a little more right. One of the ways that was brought up was, of course, going shooting with a friend. Being around someone who calms you down has a really big effect on how you handle anger in the future. Another way is to talk a little walk. Getting away from the situation and giving yourself a chance to cool down is a great way to keep from exploding. Last but not least, my personal favorite, is to either eat or sleep or do both! Sometimes we get what we call 'hangry' which is when human's emotions are heightened because we are hungry. Lack of sleep can also shorten one's fuse. So, next time you need to chill out, go for a walk or hang with a friend and check out the deals that we here at Delta have planned for you for your next day at the range. 

Our Aero Precision products sale are still on sale! 

Quote of the day: “Be patient and calm; no one can catch a fish with anger.” -President Hoover
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Calm of the Storm

We have entered the place in time that has often been called the calm before the storm. That moment when everything seems to be at peace before something happens to send you into chaos. 

While you are running around making last minute plans or grabbing those last bits of groceries, we here at Delta Team Tactical wanted to give you a break and offer you some amazing deals to keep you distracted as children run around all hyped up on pie. So, make sure you check out the early Black Friday sales that we have for you guys as well as the other category and product sales that we have.

I wanted to take the opportunity to draw your attention to our HOLIDAY SALE category on the website.  Right now we have already slashed prices on products in that category and more will be added every day.  So keep an eye both on the newsletters and on that category for more great deals to come.  

Quote of the day: "We all have different gifts, so we all have different ways of telling the world who we are." -Mr. Rogers
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DTT Delta Turkey Tips Part 3

For this installment of DTT (Delta’s Turkey Tips) I will be addressing the elephant in the room when cooking turkey; to inject or not to inject. If you missed yesterday's installment, click HERE to view it. If you are not familiar with this injecting meat, for a long cooking time, it is a common but highly debated practice. Essentially, you take a syringe and inject meat with liquid that contains additional flavors. Now full disclosure, I am not completely sold on injecting. I have done it before and I didn’t feel like it made the meat noticeably better. In some cases I am absolutely opposed to it. I personally feel injecting is used to compensate for someone’s lack of ability to cook meat correctly.  

I have a neighbor who injects beef stock into his brisket because he said his brisket was too dry and tough and injecting helped make it juicy and more flavorful. If there was ever a time that I exercised great restraint, it was at this moment when he confessed his meat cooking sin to me. Brisket doesn’t need this if done correctly, it is the ultimate smoking meat, and when done correctly it only needs salt and pepper. He then told me how he cooks his brisket, and he was cooking it way too high of temp, and not cooking it nearly long enough, so he compensated by injecting beef stock into the brisket. This is like putting on cologne to cover up the smoke smell when you told your wife you have stopped smoking.  

However, when you are dealing with white meat like pork and poultry, they are a bit more bland compared to beef, so adding additional flavors to them is not wrong. So, the easiest way to do this is don’t throw out your brine when you pull your bird out to cook and instead use it to fill up a syringe and inject your turkey with your brine solution. Now you can work up another solution and inject that into your bird as well. I was just being convenient, but the whole point is to add additional flavor to the turkey, so add whatever you like. This year I am cooking two turkeys as we have a large group, so one turkey I will inject and one i won’t and I will let you know my results from my A/B test on injecting.

Our promotion for the FREE DTT CLP is still in effect, all you have to do is put FREEDTTCLP in at checkout and we will send you a free bottle! You don't even have to have it in your cart, we will add it automatically if your order is $25 and over!

Quote of the Day: "A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities." -J.R.R Tolkien
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Procrastination

There was a huge procrastinator in my High School who would always wait until the absolute last minute to turn in work. He would wait until the teacher had no more extensions to give him, then turned in every piece that was late all at once. Well, today is the very last day for our new website coupon codes. No more extensions, this is the final cut off date so be like that kid and make the most of it while you can and grab some items that maybe you were just watching while this sale lasts. 

While you guys are getting familiar with our new site, we have some coupons for you to use on your total order! If your order is up to $300, then we have newsite5 for 5% off your total order! If a lot of things catch your eye and you order over $300, then we have newsite7 for 7% off your total order! Either way, you win! Make sure to make the most of it as today is the final and last day for you to make use of these coupons.

Quote of the Day: "If you always do what interests you, at least one person is pleased." -Katharine Hepburn
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October is Here

It is officially the first day of the spooky season! This is by far my favorite season because the weather is nice and cool, bugs go back to where they belong, you can eat lots of candy for no reason, spooky movie marathons and so much more. The only thing that could be not liked is that it means that there is snow coming (unless you live in places where you don't normally get snow, congrats to you).

This is also a great season because it is the month of Halloween! The only acceptable night that you can go knock on people's doors and demand candy without getting into trouble. I find it fun to go to a popular trick-or-treating area and just watch people in their many different costumes walk around. It is fun to see how creative people can be. So, grab your hot chocolate and enjoy because the spooky season is just getting started!

Quote of the day: "Seeing a spider in my room isn't scary. It gets scary when it disappears." -Unknown
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Budget Builds

I had this girlfriend in college that was super high maintenance.  Fortunately for her, she both came from money and had graduated and landed a really good job.  Unfortunately for me, I was a fulltime student with part-time employment. The semester that we dated was one of the most expensive of my life.  We had a great time, we also did some lame things like go to the ballet (first and last time for me).


One thing that dawned on me after we broke up and observed the negative balance in my bank account, is while dating her I forgot to budget money to live on, you know things like the essentials: rent, gas, food, ammo and range time.  This brings me to building or buying AR's. I have seen guys go too big on their weapon choice that they forget to save some money for the other essential stuff involved in shooting like ammo, optics, range time, buying flowers for their wife, etc.  Therefore they are unable to shoot the new gun they have recently purchased or built.


So to make matters easier on your wallet we are having a special sale on budget builds today.  We have a larger selection than we ever have on uppers less than $155.


***Disclaimer: Budget Build Sale now over


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Opposites

Everything has an opposite; Day and night, cold and hot, rifle and pistol, etc. Some people say that to start shooting, you need to start with a pistol since they are easier to handle for new shooters. Others say that a rifle is easier since you don't have to worry about holding the pistol just right so that the slide doesn't tear your hand up. Honestly, it depends on what you feel most comfortable with. 


Not sure what to start with? Well, that would depend on your attitude. Want to get a feel for the smaller stuff and work your way up? No problem, start with a smaller caliber like a .22 or 9MM. Want to get it over with and work your way down? Start with a 12 gauge like I did. It will hurt but makes the smaller stuff seem so much easier to handle. 


No matter what you decide, remember that there is no wrong answer. Rifle or pistol, they both are really fun to shoot. We have a variety of both rifle AR's and pistol AR's here at Delta for insanely low prices. Make sure to check them out.


Quote of the day: “Don't find fault, find a remedy.”-Henry Ford
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That Guy Pt. 2

Continuing on our conversation of not being “that guy” from yesterday's post, I have witnessed where a large group of people turn into “that guy.” Working in e-commerce and using the internet to promote and ask questions about our company browse a fair amount of discussion forums and online groups that pertain to AR-15’s.  Quite a few of these groups it seems to be a member you need to be “that guy.”


To me, this is unfortunate on many levels.  On a personal level, I don’t like participating in groups with people like that, even if I set aside my professional interests.  Professionally that so many of the discussion groups have a massive elitist attitude that they don’t seem willing to help out the new guys.  And finally, on a sociological level, “that guy” can give someone who is ignorant seeking information a bad taste for the sport. Largely as second amendment enthusiasts we are worried about the idea of our gun rights being stripped away.  One of the ways we can combat this is through education and helping new blood come into the sport/hobby. If we are “that guy,” we are going to chase people away and a lot of those impressionable individuals may turn against us and threaten our rights.  So when you interact in person and online, think of the bigger picture so you don’t become “that guy.”


Quote of the day: “Great way to fight a war - be prepared to defend yourself for winning.” ? Chris Kyle
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